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From: Smith Allen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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Subject: RE: Is isopentane safe and could it be used in -70C firdge?The flash point is the temperature above which a flammable mixture of vapor and air forms above a flammable liquid.I cannot find a reference for the flash point of isopentane. The MERCK INDEX gives the flash point of n-pentane as <-40 C. Thus the flash point of isopentane should be below -50 C. (I would guess -60 C.) That suggests that leaving an open container of isopentane in a -70 C freezer would be very risky. A 10 degree margin of safety based on GUESSWORK is not the sort of risk I would wish to run.
Allen A. Smith, Ph.D.
School of Graduate Medical Sciences
Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
Miami Shores, Florida 33161-6695-----Original Message-----does anyone know the flash point of isopentane at -70C?
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Subject: Re: Is isopentane safe and could it be used in -70C firdge?
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