Flash Points of Organic and Organometallic Compounds by Richard M. Stephenson

By Richard M. Stephenson

This booklet brings jointly and makes simply available info on flash issues pres ently indexed within the common references, plus many values measured in American indus trial laboratories and ecu info as represented by way of the Fluka catalog and by way of values given in Nabert and Schoen. it's a assortment that are supposed to be worthy to these taken with production, dealing with, and transport the numerous organics and organometallics now in creation. the writer want to thank David Harvey, President, and Chuck Pouchert, of Aldrich Chemical corporation, for permission to take advantage of their fabric and for provid ing a working laptop or computer printout of a few six thousand chemical compounds indexed within the Aldrich cata log. Flash issues for many of those chemical substances have been measured within the Aldrich laboratories and aren't on hand in different places. thank you are due additionally to Dr. Marjan Bace of Elsevier technological know-how Publishing Co., Inc., who well-known the necessity for a instruction manual on flash issues and dealt with the pub lishing preparations. specific thank you visit my spouse, Mary, who ready the full camera-ready manuscript. Richard M. Stephenson The college of Connecticut Storrs, Connecticut December, 1986 v creation Flash issues are of specific value to these concerned with the dealing with and send ping of organics and organometaliics. As each one state has its personal transport regula tions, it is a actual challenge for overseas shippers. Many flash issues were decided through person chemical brands in solution to their very own wishes.

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15 (1). 15 (3). 26 (1). 37 (5,6,7). 15 (3). 93 (1). 15 (1). 15 (3). 82* (6). 93 (1). 15 (5). 82 (I). 93 (I) . 59 (I) . 85 (2,3,5,6). 15 (3). 93 (I). 59 (I). 93 (I). 48 (I). 48* (2). 71 (I). 15 (3). 04 (l,2). 26 (l,2,3,7). 37 (2). 15 2-Bromo-2-methylpropane, CA 507-19-7: nonflammable (2). 26 (I). 04 (I). 48* (2). 15 (3,7). 26 (l). 15 (7) ; 291. 48 (1) . 15 (3). 71 (1). 15 (3). 04 (6). 2-(2-Chloroethoxy) ethanol, CA 628-89-7: (6,7) . 93 (1). 59 (1). 37 (1). 15 (5). 26 (1). 93 (1). 71 (1). 04 (1,3).

15 (5). 15 (1). 93 (1). 93 (1). 37* (2). 15 (3). 37 (1). 59 (1). 93 (1). 15 (4,6). 15 (1). 15 (3). 15 (3). 15 (3). 04 (1,3). 15 (3). 15 (3). 15 (3). 15 (1). 37 (1). 37 (1). 15 (1). 82 (1). 15 (3). 15 (3). 37 (1). 15 (3). C 3 H9 N N-Ethy1methy1amine, CA 624-78-2: Isopropy1amine, CA 75-31-0: (3,4) . 93 (3). 15* (2). 15 (2). 04* (2). 04 (1). 26 (1). 04 (1). 04 (1). 93 (1). 59* (6,7). 71 (2). 15 (3). 93 (1). 15 (3). 48 (1). 48 (1). Trimethyl phosphite, CA 121-45-9: (2,6,7) . 59* Trimethyl phosphate, CA 512-56-1: Nonflammable (1).

93 (1). C4 HF 7 0 2 Heptafluorobutyric acid, CA 375-22-4: Nonflammable (1). 59 (1). 93 (1). 15 (1). 15 (3). 15 (1). 59 (1). 93 (1). 15 (1). 15* (4). 48 (1). 15 (1). 93 (1). 2-Thiophenesulfonyl chloride, CA 16629-19-9: 2-Chlorothiophene, CA 96-43-5: (1). 93 (1). 93 (1,3). 93 (1). 71 (1). 26 (1). 15 (1). 04 (1). 26 (7). 71 (1). 15 (6). 15 (1). 15 (3). 82 (1). 93 (1). 15* (4). 93 (1). 82 (1). 93 (1). 71 (1). 15 (1). 26 (1). 37 (6,7). 04 (1). S9 (1,2,3,4,7). 82 (1). 26 (1). 1S (3). C4 H4 S Thiophene, CA 110-02-1: (1,3,4,6) .

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