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Based on the analysis of test results and on literature regarding impregnation issues, a statement may be made that the favourable results of the vacuum-and-pressure impregnation (ie decreased wood inflammability and combustibility) are accompanied by some unfavourable phenomena such as decreased strength and impact strength, and brittleness.
But this does not mean, as some have thought, that necessitating properties such as inflammability have no proper place in science.
An MSDS is a fact sheet that describes the chemical makeup of a material and includes information on stability, inflammability, health hazards, cleanup procedures, and protective equipment.
The significance of ionic liquids is due to the unique features of ILs including low melting points, negligible vapor pressure, high ionic conductivity and low inflammability [4-9].
the composition of three-component combustible mixture closing to MD by its inflammability characteristics was established;