By Newton [Ed] Friend
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When heated to decomposition, emits carbon oxides, nitrogen oxides, and dimethylamine. On small fires, use alcohol-resistant foam, dry chemical, or CO, extinguishers. Do not use halogen extinguishers or water. ACETYLENE or ACETYLENE, DISSOLVED(74-86-2) HC=CH Extremely flammable gas; low ignition temperature makes it very dangerous. Forms explosive mixture with air [explosion limits in air (vol %) 2 to 80; flash point -0°F/-18"C; autoignition temp 305"F/152"C; Fire Rating: 41. May polymerize due to heating.
Moisture may cause hydrolysis or decomposition. Aqueous solution is a base. Incompatible with strong oxidizers, acids, oleurn, strong bases. Thermal decomposition above 1472"F/80OoCreleases oxides of zinc and carbon and acetic acid fumes. ACETIC ALDEHYDE (75-07-0) C,H,O Highly flammable; extremely low ignition temperature makes it very dangerous. 1 to 60; flash point -36"F/-38"C cc; autoignition temp 365"F/185"C; Fire Rating: 41. Oxidizes freely in air, forming unstable peroxides that can explode spontaneously.
ACID0(3,6-DICLORO-2-METOSSI)BENZOICO (Spanish) (191 8-00-9) see dicamba , ACIDO FORMIC0 (Spanish) (64-18-6) see formic acid. ACIDO FOSFORICO (Spanish) (7664-382) see phosphoric acid. ACIDOFUMARICO(Spanish)(llO-17-8) see fumaric acid. ACIDO GALICO (Spanish) (149-9 1-7) see gallic acid. ACIDO ISOBUTIRICO (Spanish) (79-3 12) see isobutyric acid. ACIDO NITRIC0 (Spanish) (7697-37-2) see nitric acid. ACIDO BROMHIDRICO (Spanish) (10035-10-6) see hydrobromic acid. ACIDO 2-ETILHEXANOICO (Spanish) (149-57-5) see 2-ethylhexanoic acid.
A textbook of inorganic chemistry vol.VII part III Chromium and its congeners by Newton [Ed] Friend