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Old June 6th, 2010, 10:41   #38
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Originally Posted by Rugger_can View Post
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.
Yeah, that's what I thought (and what I meant)
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