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April 1, 2018 The Chemistry of Slime

Introduction Originally, Slime was a toy product manufactured by Mattel, sold in a plastic trash can and introduced in February 1976. It consisted of a non-toxic viscous, squishy and oozy green or other color material made primarily from guar gum. Today, children everywhere have discovered how to make their own slime by using Elmer’s glue.  So what exactly is in […]

January 12, 2018 Dust Flammability – Part 2 of 3 in a Series on Explosions

Dust Flammability In this second part in our Series on Explosions and Flammability we will discuss Dust Flammability. The dust pentagon below shows that there are five (5) elements necessary for a dust deflagration  to occur. Dust Flammability Pentagon Combustible dust Oxidant Ignition source Dispersion of dust Confinement of dust Although confinement is considered to […]

January 6, 2018 Hydrocarbon Gas Flammability – Part 1 of 3 in a Series on Explosions

Introduction to Hydrocarbon Gas Flammability Today in Part 1 we will introduce important concepts in hydrocarbon gas flammability. For a fire or deflagration to occur, three things must be present: oxygen (above the minimum oxygen of combustion), an ignition source, and hydrocarbons (in concentrations between the Upper Flammability Limit and Lower Flammability Limit). The fire or […]


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