chemical incompatibility. Unit III Essay For this assignment, you will compose an essay about the concept of chemical incompatibility including practical information involving two common chemical products. Choose bleach (a base) and another household chemical product that is an acid and review the product labels. You can access product labels and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) information on the Internet. Record each product’s chemical formulation. Review Section 7 of the product SDS and summarize that information as it relates to the chemical incompatibility and storage of the bleach and the other product that you chose. Next, you will use the U.S. EPA Chemical Mixing Compatibility Chart and comment on any chemical incompatibilities associated with the product/chemical(s) that you selected. Include such information as the chemical reactions that could occur if the two products somehow became mixed with one another during an emergency response incident. Also, identify how the chemical properties, uses, and other unique hazards of these two products can affect the tasks and safety of first responders (environmental health and safety/fire service professionals) to an emergency response incident. The chart can be found by clicking here https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPDF.cgi/91018H00.PDF?Dockey=91018H00.PDF
You are not required to read the rest of the document. Summarize and compare the usefulness of the SDS information and the compatibility chart. Were the two references in agreement, or did you find that the information was contradictory? Include a discussion on how you intend to use chemical incompatibility information to keep your workplace or home safe. Your response must be at least 350 words in length. You are required to cite the SDS and the U.S. EPA Chemical Mixing Compatibility Chart in your response.
APA and in-text citations. All other sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced. Paraphrased and/or quoted materials must have accompanying citations in APA format. You must cite at least four sources in your response