No.It was a nuclear disaster that happened in 1986
Generally it is not the elements that are at risk during a chemical disaster. It is the people or environment that is at risk. A "chemical disaster" is the common term used to refer to an accidental release of dangerous chemicals.
Possible chemical effects that can follow a natural disaster are: fire, explosion, environmental contamination.
when something explodes
Radiation disasters are made for spreading, so it more dangerous than chemical disasters
Fire is a chemical reaction. A forest fire is a disaster consisting of chemical reactions.
A disaster is an event that happens suddenly and causes damage. It can even cause loss of life and other unusual circumstances.
The question has no real meaning, but the probable answer to what was intended is no. (What precisely is meant by "chemical lime", and what is meant by "rot"?)
Disasters crated by humans as individuals or as groups or organisations are known as man made disasters. types of man made disaster are nuclear disaster,chemical disaster, biological disaster,fires,environmental disasters.
If you meant which symbol carbon is, it is C.
'.' shows the multiplication in chemical reaction.
toxic chemical dumping
leakaqge of poisnous and hazardous chemicals from the industry
chemical as in chemical change, so anything changed in its chemical appearance.
The meaning of chemical is a process involving chemical reactions.
A chemical that corrodes a solid. eventually breaking it down.
There is no chemical symbol CI. If you meant Cl then it is Chlorine.
4Al + 3O2 -> 2Al2O3
Clearly, it is too late to worry about safe practices
by using less technology and by doing chemical works safely.