- Ignite potassium lactate solution to an ash.
- for substances which spontaneously ignite when in contact with air.
- .2 of a type which will not ignite the mixture concerned;
- Ignite the gas burner; the flame shall be non-luminous and approximately 4-5 cm high;
- In contact with water releases flammable gases which may ignite spontaneously
- if they do ignite, they burn slowly and present a low rate of spread of the flame;
- Pyrophorics are a subclass of pyrotechnics, which contain no oxidizers but ignite spontaneously on contact with air. ML22 ‘Required’
- if they do ignite, they shall burn slowly with a low rate of spread of the flame,
- if they do ignite, they shall burn slowly and shall not produce flaming debris or melting drops.
- Ignite in the muffle furnace (4.1) at a temperature below 550 oC until all carbonaceous material has completely disappeared.
- For each test, the discharge time (s) needed to achieve ignition (if the product does not ignite, state this);
- if they do ignite, they shall burn slowly with a low rate of spread of the flame.
- Not more than 25,0 % determined by drying at 105 oC for one hour, then ignite at 800 oC ± 25 oC for 30 minutes (monohydrate)
- Determined by drying at 105 oC for one hour and then ignite at about 800 oC ± 25 oC for 30 minutes
- Pyrophoric solid means a solid substance or mixture which, even in small quantities, is liable to ignite within five minutes after coming into contact with air.