How do you make material not flammable?
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-- a DC power supply; (e.g., battery) -- a long conductor that can be arranged to take the current several turns around a central axis; (e.g., wire) -- a highly permeable core for the winding; (e.g., cylindrical clump of iron)
Answer . The Shabti figures which were placed in Egyptian tombs to do the work of the dead, were made from various materials, including wax, clay, wood,stone, terracotta and rarely bronze or glass, but the most common material wasfaience. According to Paul Nicholson in "Ancient Egyptian Materi…als and Technology", Faience is a glazed non-clay ceramic material. It is composed mainly of crushedquartz or sand, with small amounts of lime and either natron or plant ash. Thisbody is coated with a soda-lime-silica glaze that is generally a brightblue-green colour due the presence of copper. In other words, it is a material very similar to our modern day tile, and is still used in parts of the world to form beads. (MORE)
Flammable means capable of being readily or easily ignited. Flammable LIQUIDS are defined as those that give off ignitable vapors at temperatures of less than 100 degrees F. Gasoline would be an example of a flammable liquid- but diesel fuel must be warmer than 100 degrees F to give off ignitable va…por (temps are at standard air pressures, of course) (MORE)
Flammability is defined at how easily something will burn or ignite, causing fire or combustion. The degree of difficulty required to cause the combustion of a substance is subject to quantification through fire testing. Internationally, a variety of test protocols exist to quantify flammability. T…he ratings achieved are used in building codes, insurance requirements, fire codes and other regulations governing the use of building materials as well as the storage and handling of highly flammable substances inside and outside of structures and in surface and air transportation. For instance, changing an occupancy by altering the flammability of the contents requires the owner of a building to apply for a building permit to make sure that the overall fire protection design basis of the facility can take the change into account. Please comment! (MORE)
The specific formula for making United States currency is kept secret. Paper currency is 25 percent linen, and 75 percent cotton. Nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars are manufactured by the United States mint- with the use of metals.
The best material is a trash bag! I have even done a science experiment on the topic and it is totally a trash bag.!!!!!!
the materials used to make a dishwasher include: stainless steel plastics (PVC) copper installation poly-carbonate
Approximately 7. There is 3 forms of brass in it, stainless steel (for nuts and bolts), cork (for the water key), The top of the valves are pearl, and a bit of tin is mixed with the brass, to make it a bit lighter.
3 pieces of wood 12 inches long * 8 pieces of wood 6 inches long ( two of these pieces have the ends cut at 45 degree angles - I will explain more about these. * An assortment of small screws and/or nails * 1 large rubber band or several smaller ones * 2 eye hooks (to the right of the rubber… band * Some glue (optional but a good idea) * 1 four inch square piece of cardboard or poster board (This is the basket that your projectile sits in * 1 metal bar at least 6 inches long, I am using the axle from an old toy car (thats the wheels) (MORE)
what is a flashpoint The temperature at which a substance gives off an ignitable vaporis the flash point. If the flash point is under 100 degrees F, itis a flammable (gasoline). If it is over 100, it is a combustible(diesel fuel). Flash point is NOT the ignition temperature.
A flammable material has a lower flash point (100F or below) while a combustible material has a flash point of 100F or HIGHER. In other words, it's a lot easier for a flammable material to catch fire than a combustible one because of the minimal amount of energy (heat) required to get it going versu…s the higher requirement of a combustible material. (MORE)
hydrogen is an unstable gas so therefore it is not stabled enough too protect itself from not catching fire. . hydrogen is an unstable gas so therefore it is not stabled enough too protect itself from not catching fire.
It means the material is easy to be burnt and should be kept away from fire.
By alcohol I assume you mean an alcoholic drink. Ethanol is the chemical that burns in such drinks, unless you're drinking moonshine in which case there may be some methanol.
i was wondering what hairspray is the most flammable because i made a mini potato gun and i want it to shoot farther
Dragons have five lungs. The dorsal lung has become a fluid filled chamber dedicated to the storage of the flammable liquid of the true dragons (true drags, fire drags, or higher dragons). This liquid is a combination of phlegm and an assortment of heavily nitrated compounds. Sampling of this materi…al has proven difficult as it is in the habit of spontaneous combustion on being exposed to area and heavy metal catalysts, and due to the fact that it is store inside of a dragon (enough said.) Eye witness descriptions makes it akin to Napalm and gasoline in properties. (MORE)
One example of a material that is a flammable solid under definitions used by transportation agencies, would be sodium metal
The head of an ax is usually metal and not flammable. But thehandle is typically wooden, and the cellulose-lignin compoundsfound in wood and lumber are flammable unless treated.
No specific element makes anything flammable, as many elements can result in fire or an explosion; many can be safe when used one way and dangerous in another. The only element necessary for a flammable object to ignite is oxygen.
It depends on what type of bracelet, some are made of string, someare made of rubber, it really depends on what type of braceletyou're talking about.
You need a glass bottle, vase or jar to hold to materials. Then youlayer gravel, activated charcoal and soil/plant medium. You thenplace either succulents, bromeliads or moss into the container atopthe soil, chacoal and gravel. Add a small amount of water and acork and viola!
You need hooks ( they can be sterling silver, gold filled, silver filled, karat gold, stainless steel ) You need pins to put the beads You need beads ( they can be glass, crystal, wood, gemstones, acrylic, silver, gold, etc. And you need a set of jewelry pliers to start making your earrings
Carbon metals, spring steel, non-ferrous metals, woods, plastics, acrylics, leathers, rubber, some oils, wax, polish, paint.
The ammount of carbon and hydrogen atoms in the compound. A combustion reaction involves exposing carbon and hydrogen atoms to oxygen and heat to produce carbon dioxide and water. Thus if there are more carbon and hydrogen atoms in a compound it will tend to be more flammable . The equation for this… reaction is: C + 2H 2 + 2O 2 --> CO 2 + 2H 2 O (MORE)
Various salts are added to the mix: . Copper salts - blue . Strontium salts - red . Sodium salts - yellow . Barium salts - green . Calcium salts - orange . Cobalt salts - blue . Cryolite - yellow . Lithium salts - bright red
The main inside the engine pistons are made of aluminum or in some heavy diesels steel Clutch cylinder pistons can be made of plastic Brake pistons can be made of all three
conductors are made up in such a way that the electricity can passthrough them easily. The materials of the conductors may be copper, gold, aluminium,gold, silver, water etc..,
they use (Lead) because it has a low melting point and easy to moldand cool. they also use it because it is light enough to be shotfarther but it also has enough weight so the wind wont affect itsaccuracy as much Lead is used only in cheap bullets. Better bullets are an alloy oflead and antimony. M…any common lead bullets have a copper or steel'jacket' -Most accurate rifle bullets are a bronze-nickel steelmix, or a copper alloy. (MORE)
Radioactive material is unstable because it "wants" to change the configuration of the nucleus to one that is more stable. This is a result in an inbalance of the ratio of protons vs neutrons, said ratio being different for each isotope.
a gold coin is made up of Gold + Copper having copper in very limited amount. for eg, a 22 carat gold coin consists of 22 parts of gold and 2 parts of copper to make it total to 24 which is the measuring standard.
A pulley system is made up of a pulley and a rope. A pulley is, in essence, a wheel with a groove going all the way around it so that a rope or a cable can fit in it securely. One could also run an indented track around a wheel.
Any solid material that can stand its' weight plus the object to lift. Wood, Iron, Concrete, Plastic, Rock or even Ice block can do the job.
Wool or Cotton. They are both materials that can be used to make a blanket.
Aborigines were resourceful people who extracted a variety of colours from their natural environment. They obtained red, orange, dark purple, brown and orange from grinding ochre to a powder. Ochre was found naturally in rock stained by iron, which would give it the reddish hues. Yellow w…as obtained by mixing clay, or by collecting pebbles that conatined a limonite-stained form of kaolin. White also came from the kaolin, or even white clays. Calcite, a chalky mineral, as well as ash are used to make white pigments. Calcite occurs naturally in calcrete deposits. Black was obtained from charcoal, and could be mixed with kaolin to make grey . Dark green was made from plant colourings. Tree bark, crushed shells and blood also gave variety of colour. The availability of some colours are peculiar to the area that the artist finds himself in. These paint bases were mixed with fluids such as saliva, blood, tree sap or yolk of various animals' eggs to help them adhere. Twigs, fibres, feathers and fingers were used for painting to get different strokes like a paint brush. (MORE)
take any magnetic material wrap a metal wire around it which conducts electricity and pass electricity through it
A flammable solid that is sufficiently flammable to meet the test criteria, is classified as being a Division 4.1 material. Many solids that will burn, saw dust for example, nevertheless do not meet the definition of Division 4.1.
Cotton is used to manufacture cotton fabrics and cotton-blend fabrics. Cotton is also used to manufacture other products made from cotton, such as gauze and feminine care products.
Conditions that make material harmful is that when it is used for harming/destroying/killing/polluting the environment and the people.
The glucose (energy) is the fuel that helps it burn. Pepper also makes chips hot and spicy. No, the vegetable oil in the chips, along with potassium makes the chip HIGHLY flammable... For example the POE TATE R CHIPS I THREW into my firepit at 1:00 am Sunday, June 03, 2012... IF you want pr…oof, go get a bag of POE TATE R CHIPS with 290mg of Potassium, 190mg of Sodium, and Vegetable oil. And stick them in an open flame outside.. Inside you just effin idiot. (MORE)
\n. Away from the continental slopes, the ocean floor crust is basalt. That is generally covered by silt, though there are areas of bare rock
I think you can make a flipbook freely with two things needed: 1. go to free online tool Codebox 2. PDF documents The free tool will help you convert your PDF document into a flipbook freely. After that, you can download it.
cytoplasm is a thick, clear liquid residing between the cell membrane holding organell es.It contains nucleus ribosomes vesicle endoplasmic reticulum (ER) Golgi body cytoskeleton mitochondria vacuole cytosol lysosome centrioles within centrosome .
It doesn't produce any heat, and heat is needed to explodeanything. Therefore it takes away the possibility of any"accidental" explosions.
Cellular oxidation is part of cellular respiration. Cellular respiration is the set of the metabolic reactions and processes that take place in the cells of organisms to convert biochemical energy from nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and then release waste products. The reactions involv…ed in respiration are catabolic reactions that involve the redox reaction. . (MORE)
This is a strange one. Flammable materials can burn. Corrosive materials can dissolve other materials. A material can be both flammable and corrosive. Alcohols are an example.
After looking at the ingredients in the roll-on variety it'sbecause of the variety of organic compounds 1 within. (Almost all listed ingreients are in this category) In thespray variety it's likely because both of that and thehigh surface area 2 of the mist, perhaps thepropellants even contri…bute. 1. Organic compounds are compounds consiting only of carbon,hydrogen, and oxygen (Such as sugars, alcohols, and natural gas)They are typically combustible and produce carbon dioxide and wateras products of combustion. 2. Surface area is the exposed portion of any material. Dividing asubstance into smaller pieces and pulling those pieces away fromeach other increases its surface area. Increasing the exposedportion increases the amount that can react with the neighboringoxygen at any time. With enough surface area flour can detonate a concrete silo! (MORE)
Most powders can be flammable--even explosive just as they are. If you take a small amount of bread flour and blow it into a fire, it will burn. If you use a lot, if can form a fireball and possibly burn you and others. Flour mills need to be extra-cautious about keeping the flour dust to a minimu…m in their factory--there have been several cases where flour mills have exploded due to a high dust content finding an open flame. To make gun powder, flash powder or actual explosives is easy enough if you have the right chemicals and knowledge. (MORE)
Keep matches away from the children Keep the container of cooking gas tightly close to avoid leak .
A product can be deemed flammable for multiple reasons. If the material can catch flame at one hundred degrees Fahrenheit, it is classified as flammable. This applies to many liquids and aerosols.
Which color does the National Fire Protection Association and The National Paint and Coating Associations Hazardous Material Identification System use for FLAMMABILITY?
The National Fire Protection Association and The National Paint andCoating Associations Hazardous Material Identification System usered for flammability