Identify the WHMIS symbols, use this Health Canada website if you need help.
Watch Video B1: Is My Substance Organic or Inorganic? (Video Tutorial - Length: 2 min)
Use Common Chemistry
Watch Video B2: Finding Physical Properties in the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics (Video Tutorial - Length: 3.5 min)
Watch Video B3: Finding Thermodynamic Properties in the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics (Video Tutorial - Length: 3 min)
Watch Video C1: Finding Material Safety Data Sheets (Video Tutorial - Length: 3.5 min)
Use one of the following two websites to find a Material Safety Data Sheet for your substance:
Author/Editor. Title. Edition. Publisher location: Publisher. Year. page(s).
If an entire book is used, no page numbers are needed; otherwise, the relevant pages or sections should be listed. Multiple authors/editors are separated by semicolons.
For an ebook add the URL and date accessed.
Book: Coghill, A.M.; Garson, L.R., Eds. ACS Style Guide: Effective Communication of Scientific Information, 3rd ed.; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2006.
Ebook: Rumble, J.R.; Lide, D.R.; Bruno, T.J. Eds. CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 98th ed. [Online]; CRC Press, 2017-2018; Section 3 and 5. http://hbcponline.com (accessed September 8, 2017).
Title; MSDS Number; Manufacturing Company: Location of Company, Date. URL (date accessed).
In some cases an MSDS number is not present, in that case omit it from your citation.
Urea; MSDS No. SDS000000824; Avantor Materials: Center Valley, PA, Rochester, NY, Jan 6, 2016. http://www.avantormaterials.com/Documents/MSDS/USA/SAP/SDS000000824_US_EN.PDF (accessed September 6, 2016).
Author/Editor. Title. URL (date accessed).