By L. Bretherick (Auth.)
Violent reactions, fireplace or explosions are attributable to risky chemical compounds or the reactions among a number of reactive chemical substances less than the incorrect stipulations. This e-book is a reference paintings on those dangers and provides the kingdom of present wisdom. it's crucial for an individual operating with chemical compounds. even supposing commonly comparable in structure to past variants, an exam of the textual content will express major adjustments all through. The scope of the e-book is particularly vast and makes an attempt to incorporate each chemical for which documented details on reactive risks has been stumbled on. the complete checklist covers a few 4600 parts and compounds and as many back of secondary entries regarding or extra compounds. the overall presentation has been built from that of prior variations to enhance entry to the database of knowledge contained inside sections. probably the most attention-grabbing gains of the e-book is the numerous pass references all through either sections which hyperlink comparable compounds or incidents no longer evidently comparable
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Disilver pentatin undecaoxide [ ] (Structure unknown) Ag 2 Sn 5 O n Mellor, 1941, Vol. 7, 418 The compound 'silver beta-stannate' is formed by long contact between solutions of silver and stannous nitrates, and loses water on heating, then decomposing explosively. See other METAL OXIDES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0037. Silver nitride [20737-02-4] Ag3N Ag3N Hahn, H. , Z. Anorg. , 1949, 258, 77 Very sensitive to contact with hard objects, exploding when moist. An extremely sensitive explosive when dry, initiable by friction, impact or heating.
Metal sulfides Mellor, 1941, Vol. 3,376 Mixtures with gold(III) sulfide, antimony sulfide or mercury(II) sulfide ignite on grinding. Nitroalkanes See NITROALKANES: Metal oxides Non-metals Mellor, 1941, Vol. 3,376-377 Selenium, sulfur or phosphorus ignite on grinding with the oxide. Potassium-sodium alloy See Potassium-sodium alloy: Metal oxides Seleninyl chloride See Seleninyl chloride: Metal oxides Selenium disulfide Mellor, 1941, Vol. 3, 377 A mixture may ignite under impact. See other METAL OXIDES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0034.
42/36 Copper, Ethylene glycol See Ethylene glycol: Silvered copper wire Electrolytes, Zinc Britz, W. K. et ai, Chem. , 1975, 83, 150293 Causes of spontaneous combustion and other hazards of silver-zinc batteries were investigated. Ethanol, Nitric acid Luchs, J. , Photog. Sei. , 1966, 10, 334 Action of silver on nitric acid in presence of ethanol may form the readily detonable silver fulminate. 59/99+ Iodoform Grignard, 1935, Vol. 3, 320 In contact with finely divided (reduced) silver, incandescence occurs.