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Which of these is non explosive hazard of a sub-munition?
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Anything that can hold an electric charge can be hazardous if the positive and negative terminals aren't protected against shorting. Secondly, if damaged in any way (usually a… dent for the typical cylinder or rectangle batteries) the anode and cathode may come in direct contact and possibly create an explosive pressure release, fire, etc. This is true for nicd, nimh, Lion, Lithium Primary, lead acid, wet cell, dry cell, and any other configurations I can think of (I'm sure there's some exception somewhere). Improper storage such as in a damp area, or hot area can escalate corrosion and shorts can develop with fire, explosive pressure release, and dangerous gas emissions as possible results depending upon battery type. With that said, batteries are approved for transportation by passing a varying set of tests usually including pressure tests, drop tests, shorting tests, and many more either completed by, or for the manufacturer. A consumer can legally trust what the manufacturer claims, as long as the manufacturer actually makes the correct claims, like storage instructions, installation instructions, handling warnings, transportation restrictions. A no name great deal on egobayazon may not make any claims about their safety at all, so beware! these no name replacement batteries (cell phone, laptop, etc) have been the cause of numerous emergencies globally. So, to answer your question directly, all batteries can be hazardous, and should be considered so unless the manufacturers instructions have been followed and the battery is in good (has power) condition...and pick a trustworthy manufacturer.
It Depends on what explosion it is. But mainly ALL explosions are a Hazard!!
means that the product can explode if u use it worng xx
the main hazard is hot rocks, and ash. it could also cause a pyroclastic flow.
Yes, some explosives are chemical hazards, but not necessarily because they can explode. To be more clear, the category of "chemical hazard" has no bearing on whether or not… something is explosive. That is, a chemical is categorized as a "chemical hazard" for reasons that have nothing to do with its ability to explode.
Krakatoa is a volcano that erupted. In the eruption, gases were trapped below the cap of the volcano. The explosive eruption occurred when the pressure was enough to blow the …cap off of the volcano.
Krakatau produces highly explosive eruptions.
Lava is not explosive. Eruptions of magma from a volcano can be explosive or not, depending on the pressure pushing it up from deep below the Earth's surface and on how hot (t…hin) it is.
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The term "hazardous" is used to refer to any material, condition, or situation that could cause injury, illness, environmental damage, death, or property damage. The term "…non-hazardous" is used to describe a material, condition or situation that is thought not to be able to cause injury, illness, environmental damage, death, or property damage.
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