You know, here is another thought, this stuff -rheocrete- when allowed to contact materials that would lower it's ph below 8, causes nitrogen oxide
Now in high quanity it does produce problems
" Extremely high-dose exposure (as in a building fire) to NO2 may result in pulmonary edema and diffuse lung injury. "
"There are many problems that can occur from the use of nitrous oxide. Brain injury and suffocation ca result from a lack of oxygen. Never use
nitrous oxide directly, it is always in a combination with oxygen. Very cold temperatures of the gas can freeze lips and the throat if taken directly
from a tank of whippit. High levels of pressure may rupture blood vessels in the lungs and force air into the chest cavity, causing the lungs to
collapse. This is a problem when again it is being used from a tank or another pressurized container. Although all these dangers are very harsh the
most common effects of nitrous oxide are nausea, vomiting, and disorientation. These are caused from inhaling too much."
Now if you heat nitrous ----
"When you heat nitrous oxide to about 570 F, it splits into oxygen and nitrogen"
If you have enough NO2 could that ogygen be accelerated to cause a massive fire ball?
Not explosion, just something to heat things up a lot.
"Because you have more oxygen, you can also inject more gasoline, and that means more energy and power" In other words more to burn more to go
For you chemists out there....is there a way to take a massive ammount of NO2 and combine it to produce CO2?
This maybe really reaching but if they could do that, and have enough of it...people could die almost instantly
Over 1,000 gassed in Cameroon lake disaster
1000 doesn't sound like a lot...but if they had enough 1000 would be a drop in the barrell.
[Edited on 27-4-2004 by NetStorm]