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Emson, I.C., 1959. THE EXTINCTION OF MAGNESIUM FIRES. Fire Research Notes 395
A study has been made of the extinction of magnesium fires using trimethoxyboroxine and a mixture of chlorobromomethane and mineral oil. It has been shown that both agents are capable of reducing the white fire of burning magnesium vapour to a glowing red, after which it is possible to apply water to complete the extinction.
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