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ignite

[ig′nīt]
(chemistry)
To start a fuel burning.
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Gas chromatographic analyses of as-purchased ignitable liquids often produce chromatograms that are characteristic of each class of fluids.
This document pertains to the analysis of samples suspected to contain ignitable liquids or their residues.
cadmium, chromium, lead) and also, depending on the flash point, the waste ink may be considered an EPA ignitable hazardous waste ("D001").
The objectives were to establish, maintain, and provide a comprehensive, single source for ignitable liquids and a comprehensive gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) database for ignitable liquids.
But with artists like Sarah McLachlan, with artists like Patti Smith, with artists like Bruce Springsteen, you could not say that they had an immediate, ignitable commercial record.
Styrene-containing waste--more specifically, unreacted unsaturated polyester resins--are already listed as hazardous waste because they have a flash point less than 140 F and are thus easily ignitable.
A hazardous waste facility handles waste that is ignitable, corrosive, reactive or EP toxic.
The "classes" define the presence of different explosive atmospheres such as flammable gases, vapors and liquids (Class I), combustible dusts (Class II), or ignitable fibers and floating particles (Class III).
The violations involved hazardous waste stored at the facility, including wastewater treatment sludges from electroplating operations, cyanide-containing spent zinc plating bath solution and ignitable plating bath residues.
In actual casework this would not be sufficient for a determination of gasoline or any other ignitable liquid and would be reported as negative.
are still holding onto a sizable niche serving some airlines and the Amtrak railroad with hot entree dishes, because of a perceived safety advantage from the less easily ignitable thermoset.
This certification entails extensive testing through an independent laboratory to ensure that the AMCi product is non-incendive and can be used in areas where there may be ignitable atmospheres, such as in its main application as a call out system for gas compressors.