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Old June 6th, 2010, 00:01   #36
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Originally Posted by Jester-1 View Post
I wouldn't put something labelled as extremely flammable in one of my mag...

Unless someone can find a trustable source that says this thing is really hfc134a?
Apparently you're not familiar with our good friend propane.

Shit do they still teach Hydrocarbons at school?


1-1 Difluoroethane is flammable because there are only two Fluorine atoms joined to one of the carbons and thus it still highly reactive with open flame and spark. Therefor if the can says flammable its HFC152a most likely.

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