What is the difference about flammable and corrosive materials?


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2011-12-02 10:09:22
2011-12-02 10:09:22

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.

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