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The reactivity of a compound or a mixture is a measure of the potential energy or gas release produced by chemical reaction. It depends on factors like stability (measured e.g. in a Differential Scanning Calorimeter or another thermal analysis device), oxidative properties, shock and friction sensitivity.


  • Dow Chemicals, 1994, Fire and Explosion Index, USA

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