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By Peter Urben

Bretherick's guide of Reactive Chemical Hazards is generally considered as the reference paintings during this box - an meeting of all mentioned hazards akin to 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 security in laboratories that practice chemical synthesis and common examine, in addition to chemical production vegetation. Entries are ordered via 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, on my own and together; toxicity dangers are just integrated for unforeseen reactions giving risky poisons.

The 2-volume set is offered on an introductory fee of $320/?270/£185 till Jan 2007. Will then revert to the checklist rate of $395/?330/£230.
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* are expecting, stay away from, and keep an eye on reactivity hazard with this newest version of the major consultant
* Covers each chemical with documented info on reactive risks; 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 studies, new references to the first literature, and amplification to latest entries
* hyperlinks comparable compounds or incidents that aren't evidently comparable

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See also STATUARY Aluminium halides, Carbon oxides Guntz, A. , Compt. , 1897, 124, 187—190 Aluminium powder burns when heated in carbon dioxide, and presence of aluminium chloride or aluminium iodide vapour in carbon monoxide or carbon dioxide accelerates the reaction to incandescence. 70/75 Mellor, 1946, Vol. 5, 219 Mixtures with the powdered metal are used as an explosive, sometimes with the addition of carbon or hydrocarbons, or other oxidants. See Ammonium nitrate: Metals Ammonium nitrate, Calcium nitrate, Formamide See Calcium nitrate: Aluminium, etc.

3 932 291, 1973 During preparation of aluminium copper(I) disulfide from the elements in an air-free silica tube at 900—1000 C, initial heating must be slow to prevent explosion of the tube by internal pressure of unreacted sulfur vapour. Copper(I) oxide Haws, L. D. , Proc. 6th Int. Pyrotech. , 1978, 209—222 Technical aspects of the use of aluminium—copper(I) oxide thermite devices are detailed. 29/82 1. , Chem. , 1932, 27, 23 2. Scamaton, W. B. , Chem. , 1980, 92, 8484 3. Peterson, W. , Light Met.

J. 67/89 Heating aluminium powder with carbon tetrachloride, chloromethane or carbon tetrachloride—chloroform mixtures in closed systems to 152 C may cause an explosion, particularly if traces of aluminium chloride are present [1]. A mixture of carbon tetrachloride and aluminium powder exploded during ball-milling [2], and it was later shown that heavy impact would detonate the mixture [3]. Mixtures with fluorotrichloroethane and with trichlorotrifluoroethane will flash or spark on heavy impact [4].

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