Turpentine

CAS RN: 8006-64-2

Reactivities / Incompatibilities

Stannic chloride reacts with turpentine, producing heat and sometimes flame.
Turpentine is ignited by chromyl chloride.
Chlorine reacts vigorously with most hydrocarbons, causing ignition with some, e.g., turpentine.
It has been claimed that oxidation products of turpentine produced by prolonged exposure to air are more toxic and more irritating... SRP: /than turpentine itself/.
It can undergo autoxidation in air and generate heat which can build up in a confined space, causing spontaneous combustion.
Strong oxidizers, chlorine, chromic anhydride, stannic chloride, chromyl chloride.
Can react vigorouusly with oxidizing materials. ... Can /also/ react violently with Ca(OCl)2, chlorine, chromic acid, Cr(OCl)2, SnCl4, hexachloromelamine /and/ trichloromelamine.
...Turpentine will react violently with chromic anhydride.
Calcium hypochlorite was placed in a turpentine can thought to be empty. A few minutes later reaction between the residual turpentine and the calcium hypochlorite resulted in an explosion.
Incompatible materials: Strong oxidizing agents.
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