By Peter Urben
Bretherick's guide of Reactive Chemical Hazards is extensively considered as the reference paintings during this box - an meeting of all pronounced hazards reminiscent of explosion, hearth, poisonous or high-energy occasions that consequence from chemical reactions long past off beam, with large referencing to the first literature.
It is designed to enhance protection in laboratories that practice chemical synthesis and common learn, in addition to chemical production crops. Entries are ordered via empirical formulation and listed less than either name(s) and Chemical Abstracts Registry Numbers.
This two-volume compendium specializes in reactivity hazards of chemical substances, by myself and together; toxicity risks are just incorporated for unforeseen reactions giving unstable poisons.
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Compt. , 1920, 170, 29 Powdered aluminium ignites in the vapour of arsenic trichloride or sulfur dichloride, and incandesces in phosphorus trichloride vapour . Above 80 C, aluminium reacts incandescently with diselenium dichloride . The powder ignites in contact with phosphorus pentachloride . , Compt. , 1900, 130, 1393—1394 Powdered aluminium reacts violently with phosphorus, sulfur or selenium, and a mixture of powdered metal with red phosphorus exploded when severely shocked. , J.
Silver permanganate [7783-98-4] AgMnO4 + Ag O O Mn O O Sulfuric acid 491M, 1975, 369 The moist salt exploded during drying over the concentrated acid in a vacuum desiccator, (presumably owing to formation of traces of manganese heptoxide from reaction with sulfuric acid vapour). See other OXIDANTS, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0022. Silver nitrate [7761-88-8] AgNO3 Ag + O + N O O HCS 1980, 822 Acetaldehyde Luchs, J. , Photog. Sci. , 1966, 10, 336 Aqueous silver nitrate reacts with acetaldehyde to give explosive silver fulminate.
1832 23 An aluminium ladder was used (instead of the usual wooden one) to gain access to a tank containing the alkaline arsenical mixture. Hydrogen produced by alkaline attack on the ladder generated arsine, which poisoned the three workers involved. Barium peroxide See Barium peroxide: Metals Bismuth Mellor, 1947, Vol. 9, 626 The finely divided mixture of metals produced by hydrogen reduction of co-precipitated bismuth and aluminium hydroxides is pyrophoric. Butanol 1. Luberoff, B. , 1964 2. Bogart, M.
Bretherick's Handbook of Reactive Chemical Hazards, 7th Edition.Two Vol. Set. by Peter Urben