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Flammables & Explosives in the Laboratory – M19003E

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1
Flashpoint is the lowest temperature at which vapors above a volatile combustible substance ignite in air when exposed to flame.
2
The percentage of a vapor necessary in the air for ignition to take place is called the limits of flammability.
3
The minimum temperature required to cause self-contained combustion, regardless of the heat source, is known as ignition temperature.
4
A flammable and explosive substance's Material Safety Data Sheet contains no information regarding its hazard characteristics.
5
For what amount of flammable liquid is flammable cabinet storage recommended?
6
A red/yellow label affixed to a flammable liquid container indicates that the material has a low flashpoint.
7
Vermiculite absorbents are very effective when used to clean up flammable liquid spills.