If you desire to know more about risk-free handling of Nicotine , familiarise yourself with Chemnovatic’s Safety Data Sheet for pure Nicotine.

Name: nicotine (ISO); 3-(2S)-1-methylpyrrolidin-2-ylpyridine
EC Number: 200-193-3
CAS Number: 54-11-5
CLP Annex VI Index Number: 614-001-00-4
CN Code: 2939 99 00

Relating to the Annex VI of CLP Regulation, pure Nicotine has been given the following GHS Hazard Statements:

General Nicotine information:

Nicotine is a translucent, unscented and also oily substance received from tobacco leaves by using water vapor destillation in alkaline enviroment and Ether Extraction or by way of Supercritical Extraction. It is typically employed in the cigarette field but at the same time can be found in SCP’s, that include nicotine bases and also e-cigarette e-liquids. Nicotine is also an ingredient in some pesticides.

In the year 1828 Nicotine has been singled out for the first time, in 1843 its chemical composition was identified and was very first time clarified in early 1900’s.

In early 16th millennium, a frenchman known as Joan Nicota prescribed tobacco as a medication to his patients. You probably figured out that Nicotine was named after him.

Acute Tox. 1, H310 (Fatal in contact with skin)
Acute Tox. 3, H301 (Toxic if swallowed)
Aquatic Chronic 2, H411 (Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects)

Simply because of these kinds of regulations, pure Nicotine must solely be used by expert businesses, experts in their field.

Nicotine class as a dangerous compound is regulated in the European Union through the CLP Regulation 1272/2008 of 16th December 2008 concerning the classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures. CLP Regulation 1272/2008 overrides prior directives 67/548/EWG and 1999/45/WE and changes (WE) nr 1907/2006.