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New Chemical Hazard Communication Standard

New Chemical Hazard Communication Standard

New Chemical Hazard Communication Standard. G lobally H armonized S ystem of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, WAC 296-901-140. Overview of GHS and changes to the standard. What is the GHS?.

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EXPLOSIVES:

EXPLOSIVES:

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Explosives

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Unstable

Chlorine – 35 (neutral). Argon – 40 (neutral). Chlorine – 35 (Charge = 1-). e - = _ 18- _. e - = _ 17- _. e - = _ 18- _. Cl. Cl. Ar. 2. 8. 8. 8. 2. 8. 7. 8. 2. P + = _ 18+ __ N 0 = _ 22 __. P + = _ 17+ __ N 0 = _ 18 __. P + = _ 17+ __ N 0 = _ 18 __. 1.

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Explosives

Explosives

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EXPLOSIVES:

EXPLOSIVES:

EXPLOSIVES:. Effects of an Explosion Classification of Explosives Low Explosives High Explosives Primary Secondary Conclusion. When an explosive is detonated, the material is instantly converted from a solid into a mass of rapidly expanding gases. Causes 3 primary effects: Blast pressure

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Explosives

Explosives

Explosives. CHS Science Dept. Forensics. Definitions. Explosion - A chemical or mechanical action resulting in the rapid expansion of gasses. Deflagration - A very rapid oxidation reaction accompanied by a low intensity pressure wave with a disruptive effect. Definitions cont.

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Explosives

Explosives

RECENT TRENDS IN EXPLOSIVES AND EXPLOSION RESIDUE ANALYSIS Dr. T. R.Baggi, Dir. (Retd.) CFSL Hyd. & Acad. Coordinator (FS) Osmania Univ., Hyd . trbaggi@hotmail.com 09246212364. Explosives.

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Explosives

Explosives. Where Do They Go. Storage. Areas surrounding storage facilities for explosives shall be kept clear of trash, brush, dry grass, and trees under 10 feet. tall; for a distance of 25’ in all directions.

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