By Peter Urben
Bretherick's instruction manual of Reactive Chemical dangers is extensively considered as the reference paintings during this box - an meeting of all said dangers comparable to explosion, hearth, poisonous or high-energy occasions that outcome from chemical reactions long past off track, with large referencing to the first literature. it's designed to enhance safeguard in laboratories that practice chemical synthesis and normal study, in addition to chemical production vegetation. Entries are ordered by means of empirical formulation and listed lower than either name(s) and Chemical Abstracts Registry Numbers. This two-volume compendium makes a speciality of reactivity hazards of chemical compounds, by myself and together; toxicity risks are just integrated for unforeseen reactions giving risky poisons.The 2-volume set is obtainable on an introductory fee of $320/?270/??185 till Jan 2007. Will then revert to the record rate of $395/?330/??230. Order your reproduction on the introductory cost now. * are expecting, keep away from, and keep watch over reactivity risk with this most up-to-date version of the top consultant * Covers each chemical with documented details on reactive dangers; greater than 5,000 entries on unmarried components or compounds, and 5,000 entries at the interactions among or extra compounds * contains 5 years of latest reviews, new references to the first literature, and amplification to latest entries* hyperlinks comparable compounds or incidents that aren't evidently similar
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E. undergo ’thermite’ reaction) on heating an intimate mixture with aluminium powder to a suitably high temperature to initiate the reaction. Contact of massive aluminium with molten salts may give explosions . Application of sodium carbonate to molten (red hot) aluminium caused an explosion . See Iron(III) oxide: Aluminium See Sodium sulfate, below See other MOLTEN SALT BATHS, THERMITE REACTIONS Methanol Me´dard, L. Me´m. Poudres, 1951, 33, 490—503 (Engl. translation HSE 11270, 1986 available from HSE/LIS) The explosive nature of mixtures of aluminum or magnesium with methanol or water is detailed.
MCA Case History No. 1554 3. Morse, J. , School Sci. , 1955, 37(131), 147 4. , School Sci. , 1967, 48(165), 586 10 AgNO3 5. MacWilliam, E. A. , Photogr. Sci. , 1977, 21, 221—224 6. , Univ. Safety Assoc. Safety News, 1977, (8), 15—16 During preparation of an oxidising agent on a larger scale than described , addition of warm sodium hydroxide solution to warm ammoniacal silver nitrate with stirring caused immediate precipitation of black silver nitride which exploded . Similar incidents had been reported previously , including one where explosion appeared to be initiated by addition of Devarda’s alloy (AlÀCuÀZn) .
However, it has now been shown that neither the solid precipitated during addition of ammonia to the nitrate, nor the redissolved complex, is sensitive to initiation by very severe shocks. This was so for fresh or aged solutions. The solids produced by total evaporation at 95 C or higher would explode only at above 100 kg cm shock force. 9 is essential for separation of explosive precipitates, and this cannot be attained by addition of ammonia alone . Silver(I) oxide: Ammonia, etc. See SILVER-CONTAINING EXPLOSIVES (reference 2) Ammonia, Ethanol MCA Case History No.
Bretherick's Handbook of Reactive Chemical Hazards, Seventh Edition (Two Volume Set) by Peter Urben