Explosion may happen with potassium permanganate and

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immediately flush eyes for at least 15 minutes, get medical attention. Explosion may happen with potassium permanganate and sulfuric acid. Chemical name: Magnesium Common name: Magnesium Formula: Mg Molar mass: 24.305 g/mol Boiling point: 1100°C (2012°F) Melting point: 651°C (1203.8°F) Structure: Hazards: Highly flammable, if eye contact rinse with water then refer to medical attention.
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Chemical name: Sodium Acetate Anhydrous Common name: Acetic Acid Formula: NaCH 3 CO 2 Molar mass: 82.034 g/mol Boiling point: 1,619°F (881.4°C) Melting point: 615°F (324°C) Structure: Hazards: Causes serious eye damage/ irritation, if eye contact happens flush eyes and get medical attention. Chemical name: Copper Sulfate Common name: Blue Vitriol Formula: CuSO 4 Molar mass: 159.602 g/mol Boiling point: 650°C (1202°F) Melting point: 590°C (1094°F) Structure:
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Hazards: Toxic if swallowed, harmful if swallowed, causes serious eye damage. Chemical name: Iron Common name: Iron Formula: Fe Molar mass: 55.85 g/mol Boiling point: 3000° C (5432°F) Melting point: 1535°C (2795°F) Structure: Hazards: Flammable solid; self -heating- may catch fire. Chemical name: Iron Nitrate Common name: Ferric Nitrate Formula: Fe(NO 3 ) 3
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Molar mass: 241.86 g/mol Boiling point: 257°F (125°C) Melting point: 117°F (47.2°C) Structure: Hazards: Extremely hazardous in case of skin contact or eye contact. Risk of explosion in presence of mechanical impact. Chemical name: Potassium Iodide Common name: Potassium Iodide Formula: Kl Molar mass: 166 g/mol Boiling point: 1330°C (2426°F) Melting point: 681°C (1257.8°F) Structure: Hazards: Slightly hazardous in case of skin contact, of eye contact, of ingestion and of inhalation.
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  • Spring '16
  • RexJ.Gamble
  • Reaction, Sulfuric acid

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