- a·cet·y·lene ( -s t l- n , - n). n. A colorless, highly flammable or explosive gas, C2H 2, used for metal welding and cutting and as an illuminant.
- Material Safety Data Sheet
- Acetylene. 001001. Synthetic/Analytical chemistry.
- Acetylene (dissolved)
- PRODUCT : ACETYLENE (DISSOLVED) MSDS NR : 302-00-0001 BOC VERSION :1.05 DATE : 02/04/08 PAGE : 1/2.
- Alternative Fuels – Changing from Acetylene to Propylene or LP
- Alternative Fuels –. Changing from Acetylene to Propylene or LP/Natural.
- PHL Embassy: Saudi OFW body mess traced to employer
- The Embassy said the director of the mortuary where the body of Danneily Ubungen, who died in an acetylene blast along with two co-workers, was brought relied on data from authorities, who relied on the employer.
- Fire breaks out on Skelmersdale industrial estate
- A 200m cordon was put in place over fears that four acetylene cylinders at the scene could explode. Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service said nearby industrial units were evacuated but there were no reports of people trapped or any injuries.
- OFW's family receives wrong remains
- Ubengen, along with three other co-workers, died due to explosion of acetylene tank in their work shop. However, the remains of the OFW's Turkish co-worker was sent instead to the family of the victim in the Philippines.
- 'Acetylene' man held for robbing pawnshop
- CAMP Olivas, Pampanga -- City of San Fernando policemen arrested the other day a woman suspected to be a member of “Acetylene Gang” which earlier carted away P3.9 million in jewelry and money from a pawnshop at the Bulaon Resettlement Center.
- Cordon put up at gas tank blaze
- Emergency services are continuing a cordon around an acetylene cylinder found on fire in a pile of rubbish.
- Acetylene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Acetylene (systematic name: ethyne) is the chemical compound with the formula C2H2. It is a hydrocarbon and the simplest alkyne.
- Acetylene Explosion - YouTube
- Jan 29, 2007 A demonstration of the explosive potential of even a small amount of acetylene mixed with the right amount of oxygen.
- Acetylene: How Products are Made
- Acetylene is a colorless, combustible gas with a distinctive odor.
- MSHA - Safety Hazard Information - Special Hazards of Acetylene
- Acetylene is the most common gas used for fueling cutting torches in both general industry and the mining industry.
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