By L. Bretherick (Auth.)
Violent reactions, fireplace or explosions are brought on by risky chemical substances or the reactions among a number of reactive chemical compounds below the inaccurate stipulations. This publication is a reference paintings on those risks and offers the kingdom of present wisdom. it's crucial for somebody operating with chemical compounds. even if commonly comparable in format to past variants, an exam of the textual content will convey major alterations all through. The scope of the ebook is particularly huge and makes an attempt to incorporate each chemical for which documented details on reactive risks has been came upon. the total record covers a few 4600 components and compounds and as many back of secondary entries regarding or extra compounds. the final presentation has been constructed from that of prior variations to enhance entry to the database of data contained inside of sections. essentially the most fascinating positive aspects of the booklet is the various pass references all through either sections which hyperlink related compounds or incidents no longer evidently similar
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Et ai, School Sei. , 1953, 35(125), 139 An intimate mixture of dry powdered magnesium and silver nitrate may ignite explosively on contact with a drop of water [1,2]. See other REDOX REACTIONS Non-metals MRH values below reference Mellor, 1941, Vol. 67/16 Under a hammer blow, a mixture with charcoal ignites, while mixtures with phosphorus or sulfur explode, the latter violently. Other reactants Yoshida, 1980, 194 MRH values for 19 combinations with oxidisable materials are given. Phosphine Mellor, 1941, Vol.
3 Other reactants Yoshida, 1980, 103 MRH values for 7 combinations, largely with catalytically susceptible materials, are given. 69/100 See other METALS 0002. Silver-aluminium alloy [11144-29-9] Ag-Al Ag-Al 1. Popov, E. , 1977,87,205143 2. Popov, E. I. , Chem. , 1980, 94, 35622 Combustion and explosion hazards of the powdered alloy used in batteries were studied. Increase in silver content leads to higher values of the ignition temperature and COI [1,2]. See other ALLOYS, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0003.
80/22 Alkynes, Mercury Comyns, A. E. et ai, J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 1957, 79, 4324 Concentrated solutions of the perchlorate in 2-pentyne or 3-hexyne (complexes are formed) explode on contact with mercury. 51/9 1. Sidgwick, 1950, 1234 2. Brinkley, S. ,7. Amer. Chem. Soc, 1940, 62, 3524 3. Peone, J. , Inorg. , 1974, 15, 69 4. Stull, 1977, 22 Silver perchlorate forms solid complexes with aniline, pyridine, toluene, benzene and many other aromatic hydrocarbons . A sample of the benzene complex exploded violently on crushing in a mortar.
Bretherick's Handbook of Reactive Chemical Hazards by L. Bretherick (Auth.)