Chemicals in broken LCDs
I tried to replace the broken Display of my old Samsung Galaxy S6. While seperating the display from the frame my opening pick slipped under the foil on the backside of the display assembly and was visible through the front glass. After that I removed the frame I saw that the different components were clearly visible through the gap I accidentally created and some of them even were broken.
My question now is if these LCD screens contain any toxic chemicals which I should worry about. I tried searching online but most of the articles/posts covering this topic focus on cracks in the frontglass and not split in half displays. Some posts talked about MBBA and mercury but I couldn’t find more detailed information about the quantities used in phone screens and if broken LCDs are dangerous for humans.
Hopefully someone has more information about this topic and is willing to help me out.
Thanks in advance :)