flash point


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a highly volatile dangerous situation requiring immediate remedial action

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point at which something is ready to blow up

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the lowest temperature at which the vapor of a combustible liquid can be ignited in air

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Sources in PSO revealed that examination of the flash point of the fuel at Mehmood Kot was the responsibility of the operator (PAPCO).
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Fig 1.3 below shows flash point against the volume of the mixture (diesel/kerosene).
To compensate for the disadvantages of the experimental method, models have been proposed for calculating the flash point. The models of flash point prediction are typically based on the relationship between the flash point and the thermodynamic properties of the compound.
Mannan, "QSPR flash point prediction of solvents using topological indices for application in computer aided molecular design," Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, vol.
This has now led to yet another flash point in a relationship that has reached new lows in the three months since U.S.
A third flash point is the proposed individual mandate, the so-called "coverage" issue.
FLASH POINT?: The former Age Concern shop on Cross Church Street, which was rejected as a takeaway site.
For the purpose of evaluating differences between the quality properties of different fuels and their components and determining their effect on the indicators of fuel quality, the measurements of fuel density, kinematic viscosity and flash point were performed.
The flash point for a liquid substance is the minimum temperature at which vapors can be ignited near the surface of the liquid.
The "active cool" Setaflash tester tests the flash point of liquids and semi-solids using the rapid equilibrium method.
Typical physical and chemical properties include pH 10%--11.0-12.0, flash point [degrees]F/[degrees]C--none to boiling, VP or VOC Comp.--0.09 mmHg at 20[degrees]C, VOC 100%--28.1 g/L, boiling point [degrees]F/[degrees]C-->200[degrees]F~93[degrees]C and water solubility--miscible.
This failure on the part of critics to separate the views of the father from the son first became a flash point in the long buildup to the release of Gibson's powerful 2004 flick, The Passion of the Christ.
The oils have a low flash point and are free of chlorine and heavy oil.
These new lubricants are based on polar cutting technology and advanced very high flash point (VHF) chemistry.