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Coleman, E.H. and Tonkin, P.S., 1953. THE FIRE HAZARD OF ACETONE AND METHYLENE CHLORIDE. Fire Research Notes 88
The effect of methylene chloride on the flash point and the flammability limits of acetone in air has been determined. A mixture of ten parts by volume of methylene chloride and one part of acetone was non-flammable, according to the flash point test, but the flammable limit measurements showed that if the liquid evaporated completely a flammable mixture could be produced.
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