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  • Description:
  • English: The hazard symbol for corrosive substances according to directive 67/548/EWG by the European Chemicals Bureau.
  • This article is based on a translation of an article from the German Wikipedia.

Older version: From clipart Gallery on sodipodi.com, April 29, 2006

See ECB hazard symbols for all symbols.

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