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By L. Bretherick (Auth.)

ISBN-10: 0408049839

ISBN-13: 9780408049832

ISBN-10: 0750601035

ISBN-13: 9780750601030

Violent reactions, hearth or explosions are as a result of volatile chemical compounds or the reactions among a number of reactive chemical compounds less than the incorrect stipulations. This ebook is a reference paintings on those dangers and offers the kingdom of present wisdom. it truly is crucial for an individual operating with chemical substances. even if more often than not related in format to prior versions, an exam of the textual content will express major adjustments all through. The scope of the publication is especially broad and makes an attempt to incorporate each chemical for which documented info on reactive dangers has been chanced on. the total record covers a few 4600 components and compounds and as many back of secondary entries related to or extra compounds. the final presentation has been built from that of previous variations to enhance entry to the database of data contained inside sections. some of the most fascinating good points of the publication is the various go references all through either sections which hyperlink related compounds or incidents now not evidently comparable

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Photosensitising dyes Aleksandrov, E. , Chem. , 1974, 81, 31755 In a study of dye-sensitised silver azide, it was found that many dyes caused explosions in the initial stages. Sulfur dioxide Mellor, 1940, Vol. 8,349 Mixtures of the slightly soluble azide with liquid sulfur dioxide became explosive at elevated temperatures. See other ENDOTHERMIC COMPOUNDS, METAL AZIDES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0024. Silver trisulfurpentanitridate [ ] (Structure unknown) See l,3,5-Trichlorotrithia-l,3,5-triazine: Ammonia See other N-S COMPOUNDS, SILVER COMPOUNDS 14 AgN5S3 0025.

J. , J. Amer. Chem. , 1943, 65, 1698 It is shock sensitive when dry. See other METAL AZIDE HALIDES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0010. Silver chlorite [7783-91-7] AgC102 AgOCIO Alone, or Iodoalkanes Levi, G. , Gazz. Chim. Ital. /2/, 1923, 53, 40 The salt is impact-sensitive, cannot be finely ground, and explodes at 105°C. Attempts to react silver chlorite with iodo-methane or -ethane caused explosions, immediate in the absence of solvents, or delayed in their presence. Hydrochloric acid, or Sulfur Mellor, 1941, Vol.

Lack of content within the square brackets indicates that a registry number has not yet been located, and (ion) after the number indicates that the main ion only has been located, rather than the specific title salt. Where possible, a linear representation of the structure of the title compound is given at the centre of the third title line, otherwise the reader is referred to one of the several lettered pages preceeding on which the corresponding cyclic structural formula is set out. A t prefixed to the chemical name indicates the existence of tabulated information on fire-related properties in Appendix 2.

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