Bromine is Corrosive
Flammable, combustible, corrosive: not determined, but very probable not. Einsteinium is a moderate reactive metal.
it is not flamable but im not sure about the corrsive or combustible
Magnesium is flammable; after burning magnesium oxide is formed.
Oxygen itself is not flammable or combustible; but a combustion doesn't exist without oxygen - the oxidizing agent. Also oxygen can corrode metals by oxidation.
- chlorine is toxic - chlorine is corrosive - chlorine react with flammable materials
it is very --------- Ions of halogens (including I-) are known as corrosive in solution; also hot iodine and vapours of some salts (ex.: CsI) are corrosive.
Not flammable at room temperature, but combustible.
Both flammable and combustible mean apt to burn.
Phosphorus is combustible which means that it is flammable.
Flammable catches on fire. Combustible explodes. Boooyah!
Some arsenicals are flammable, others are corrosive...the problem with arsenic is how incredibly poisonous it is.
no, its a combustible
This is a strange one. Flammable materials can burn. Corrosive materials can dissolve other materials. A material can be both flammable and corrosive. Alcohols are an example.
Yes, it can. Flammable or combustible means that it can catch on fire. Anything that can catch on fire is hazardous to one degree or another.
It is highly flammable.
no its combustible!
Magnesium is flammable; the combustion produce magnesium oxide.
Chlorine is acidic in nature because in water its form a mixture of two acids HCl and HOCl and all the acids are corrosive so chlorine is a corrosive element.
A material that is flammable catches on fire from a minimal source. For example, propane can catch fire from just a tiny spark. A material that is combustible or combustile is any material that will burn but requires a more dominant source. For example, wood is combustile, it burns, but it needs more than just a spark to do so. All flammable material are combustible but not all combustible material are flammable
If something is combustible, it means it will be flammable. Gold can be melted, but it is not a flammable substance.
Chlorine by itself is non-combustible.
A flammable material has a lower flash point (100F or below) while a combustible material has a flash point of 100F or HIGHER. In other words, it's a lot easier for a flammable material to catch fire than a combustible one because of the minimal amount of energy (heat) required to get it going versus the higher requirement of a combustible material.