Question 10 A rise in temperature or pressure of a monomer, increasing the risk

Question 10 A rise in temperature or pressure of a monomer, increasing the risk of the container vessel rupturing is ___________ Question 8 The substance produced by the condensation of a glycol and an organic di¬isocyanate is called __________ Question 7 The phenomenon associated with the spread of fire from a burning area to other areas physically isolated from the initial fire source is known as __________ Question 6 Hydrogen cyanide is formed from the combustion of polyurethane and may pose an inhalation hazard. One study of polyurethane combustion indicated that the maximum yield of hydrogen cyanide per gram of polyurethane foam ranged from 0.5 to 1.05 milligrams under flaming conditions. Using this study, what is the possible maximum milligrams of hydrogen cyanide that is formed when 5 kilograms of polyurethane foam is burned during a fire incident? __________ Question 5 When nitric acid is added to cellulose, a chemical reaction occurs, during which the cellulose is converted into: nitrocellulose. paper. polyester. acrylics.

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