Chemical Fires and Chemicals at Fires: How to Deal with Fires Involving Chemicals and Dangerous Goods: Chemical and Medical First-aid Notes
Institution of fire engineers, 1938 - Chemicals - 116 pages
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Acetic acetylene air V.D. Alkali aluminium ammonia ammonium Artificial respiration B.Pt Beware breathing apparatus Burns calcium carbide carbon monoxide carbon-dioxide caustic soda CHEMICAL SUBSTANCE chlorine colourless commerce CTC or methyl dilute DIRECTIONS FOR HANDLING drums dust Dyes electric hazards ether explosive mixture extinguishers eyes and skin Fertilisers FIRST-AID MEASURES GAS CYLINDERS gases heat high pressure jets hydrogen hydroxide ignite INDUSTRIES Keep warm liquid lungs MEDICAL PRECAUTIONARY metals methyl alcohol methyl bromide mixture with air NAKED LIGHTS nitric acid nitrogen NITROUS FUMES nitrous oxide Non-inflammable NOTES RE CARBOYS ordinary temperatures oxidising agents oxygen peroxide phosgene phosphorus poisonous potassium nitrate powder PRECAUTIONARY AND FIRST-AID PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES PREVENTATIVE AND PRECAUTIONARY PROCESSES WHERE ENCOUNTERED produced PROPERTIES Protect eyes PRUSSIC ACID quicklime Rescue shoulder high RESUSCITATION Rubber Schafer slaked lime Soda Solution sodium chlorate sodium nitrate soluble in water solvents sulphide sulphur dioxide sulphuric acid tion toxic vapour varnishes VENTILATION volatile wash