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Title:
Emergency responders guide to chemical reactivity and compatibility
Author:
Drum, Donald.
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Publication Information:
New York, NY : McGraw-Hill, [2002]

©2002
Physical Description:
xvii, 557 pages ; 21 cm
General Note:
INcludes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780071389006
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

400 PAGES PACKED WITH THE MOST USEFUL CHEMICAL REACTION DATA FOUND ANYWHERE!This compact yet amazingly comprehensive field index puts essential information on chemical reactions literally at your fingertips! Designed for high-speed information finding, "Emergency Responder's Guide to Chemical Reactivity & Compatibility Ready Reference lists chemicals alphabetically by their RGN and the simple, ingenious format provides instant access to data regarding the mixing of two or more chemicals. Instantly you get the information needed to respond to any type of hazardous materials incident. * References some of the most commonly used and transported hazardous materials in the world * Step-by-step directions to help navigate the book easily and effectively, saving time, money and lives * Chemicals are alphabetically listed with their RGN * A resource that can be used in the laboratory or the street * Easy to use and comprehensive in scope Invaluable to anyone involved in emergency response or hazardous materials handling, this hard-working resource fully covers the most commonly used and transported hazardous materials in the world and allows you to react swift enough to save lives, time, money, and equipment.


Table of Contents

Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgments
Section 1 Procedure to Identify Chemical Incompatibility
Section 2 Alphabetical List of Compounds
Section 3 Chemical Reactivity and Compatibility Chart
Section 4 Chemical Class and Chemical Reactivity
Index