By Richard P. Pohanish, Stanley A. Greene
The second one version of the Wiley consultant to Chemical Incompatibilities presents chemists, technicians, and engineers with an intensive, lightening-quick source to exploit in the course of experimental education and within the occasion of an emergency. comprises:
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- 2,000 extra chemical listings than the 1st version
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- CAS Numbers to dispose of confusion between comparable synonym names.
- A word list of basic chemical phrases
This multiplied moment variation, set out in a handy, easy-to-use structure, is a vital consultant for all security, first-response, and plant administration pros operating with chemical fabrics.
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Reacts violently with bases, reducing agents, combustible materials, acids (explosive reaction with sulfuric acid), acetic anhydride, alcohols, aldehydes, ally1 chloride, ammonium hydroxide, aniline, cumene, diisobutylene, ethers, ethyl acetate, ethyl acrylate, ethylene chlorohydrin, ethylene glycol, ethylenimine, glyoxal, organic materials, phosphorus, propylene oxide, pyridine, silver nitrate, sodium hydroxide, styrene, vinyl acetate, vinylidene chloride, etc. Forms explosive material with cresols, ethyl alcohol.
May decompose in air due to heating and elevated pressure, causing powerful detonation. , chlorine, fluorine), especially under influence of light. Forms shock-sensitive acetylide compounds with powdered active metals, copper, copper salts, mercury, mercury salts, silver. silver salts. Reacts with chlorine, forming acetylene chloride. Reacts with bromine, cesium hydride, cobalt. halogens, iodine. mercuric nitrate, nitric acid, potassium, rubidium hydride. trifluoromethyl hypofluorite, sodium hydride.
Attacks some plastics, rubbers, and coatings, including nitrile rubber, PVC, and polyvinyl alcohol. Attacks most metals in the presence of moisture. ACIDO 2-CLOROPROPIONICO (Spanish) (598-78-7) Combustible liquid (flash point 225"F/lO7"C). The aqueous solution is a medium-strong acid. Reaction with strong oxidizers, strong bases, ammonia, amines, isocyanates, alkylene oxide, epichlorohydrin. Attacks some metals in the presence of moisture. Only aluminum or stainless steel with protective lining or coating may contact liquid or vapor.