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By Peter Urben

Bretherick's guide of Reactive Chemical Hazards is greatly considered as the reference paintings during this box - an meeting of all said hazards comparable to explosion, hearth, poisonous or high-energy occasions that consequence from chemical reactions long gone off course, with wide referencing to the first literature.

It is designed to enhance safeguard in laboratories that practice chemical synthesis and normal learn, in addition to chemical production vegetation. Entries are ordered by way of empirical formulation and listed below either name(s) and Chemical Abstracts Registry Numbers.

This two-volume compendium specializes in reactivity hazards of chemical substances, on my own 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.
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* are expecting, steer clear of, and keep an eye on reactivity threat with this newest version of the best advisor
* Covers each chemical with documented info 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 experiences, new references to the first literature, and amplification to current entries
* hyperlinks comparable compounds or incidents that aren't evidently similar

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Bull. Soc. Chim. , 1945, 12, 94—95 2. Pascal, 1960, Vol. 1, 1004 The bromate is a powerful oxidant, and unstable mixtures with sulfur ignite at 73—75 C, and with disulfur dibromide on contact [1]. Hydrogen sulfide ignites on contact with the bromate [2]. See other METAL OXOHALOGENATES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0008. Silver chloride [7783-90-6] AgCl Ag + Cl Aluminium See Aluminium: Silver chloride 3 Ammonia 1. Mellor, 1941, Vol. 3, 382 2. Kauffmann, G. , J. Chem. , 1977, 54, 132 3. Ranganathan, S. , J.

1895, 17, 275 Explodes on heating, friction or contact with sulfuric acid. See other N-METAL DERIVATIVES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 20 + Ag + Ag 0045. Pentasilver diimidotriphosphate [] Ag5H2N2O8P3 + Ag Ag Ag + + O O O P N P N P H O O O O Ag + O H Ag + Alone, or Sulfuric acid Mellor, 1940, Vol. 8, 705; 1971, Vol. 8, Suppl. 3, 787 The salt is explosive and may readily be initiated by friction, heat or contact with sulfuric acid. The molecule contains two NÀAg bonds. 0046. Pentasilver diamidophosphate [] Ag5N2O2P O + Ag + Ag Ag + O P N N 2– Ag + Ag + 2– 1.

Careful disposal is necessary [1]. Amalgamated aluminium foil may be pyrophoric and should be kept moist and used immediately [2]. See other ALLOYS 0052. 7% Li) Al AlÀLi Li Water Jacoby, J. E. , Can. Pat. CA 1 225 8166, 1987 (Chem. , 1988, 108, 42436) The molten alloy (2—3% Li) explodes violently if cooled by contact with water, but not if cooled by ethylene glycol containing less than 25% of water. See other ALLOYS 0053. Aluminium—magnesium alloy [12042-38-5] (1:3) AlÀMg Al Mg 35 The finely powdered alloy is a significant dust explosion hazard.

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