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Hird, D. and Gregsten, M.J., 1956. THE EXTINCTION OF FLAMMABLE LIQUID FIRES BY DRY CHEMICAL EXTINGUISHING AGENTS - I. THE EFFECT OF PARTICLE SIZE. Fire Research Notes 239
It is shown in this report that the efficiency of a dry chemical extinguishing agent with a sodium bicarbonate base depends largely on its specific surface, Chemicals intended for use as extinguishing agents should be ground as fine as possible, commensurate with maintaining good flow properties.
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