By PETER URBEN, Leslie Bretherick
* contains ever chemical for which documented details on reactive risks has been discovered * Covers over 5000 components and compounds * offers wide pass referencing all through either sections which hyperlinks related compounds or incidents no longer evidently comparable
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1554 3. Morse, J. , School Sci. , 1955, 37(131), 147 4. , School Sci. , 1967, 48(165), 586 5. MacWilliam, E. A. , Photogr. Sci. , 1977, 21, 221–224 6. , Univ. Safety Assoc. Safety News, 1977, (8), 15–16 During preparation of an oxidising agent on a larger scale than described , addition of warm sodium hydroxide solution to warm ammoniacal silver nitrate with stirring caused immediate precipitation of black silver nitride which exploded . Similar incidents had been reported previously , including one where explosion appeared to be initiated by addition of Devarda’s alloy (Al Cu Zn) .
The highly exothermic runaway reactions occasionally experienced in practice are caused by events leading to the production of high local levels of catalyst. Rapid increases in temperature and pressure of 160° C and 18 bar, respectively, have been observed experimentally when alkenes are brought into contact with excess solid aluminium chloride. The runaway reaction appears to be more severe in the vapour phase, and a considerable amount of catalytic degradation contributes to the overall large exotherm.
Pyrotechnics, 1971, 3(4), 1–12 Mixtures of boron and silver difluoride function as detonators when contacted with water. Dimethyl sulfoxide See Iodine pentafluoride: Dimethyl sulfoxide Hydrocarbons, or Water Priest, H. F. Inorg. , 1950, 3, 176 It reacts even more vigorously with most substances than does cobalt fluoride. See other METAL HALIDES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0015. Silver amide [65235-79-2] AgH2 N AgNH2 Brauer, 1965, Vol. 2, 1045 Extraordinarily explosive when dry. See Nitrogen triiodide–silver amide See other N-METAL DERIVATIVES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0016.
Bretherick's handbook of reactive chemical hazards: an indexed guide to published data by PETER URBEN, Leslie Bretherick