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DOE-HDBK-1139/1-2000
Metal Picrate:
Copper picrate,
Transition and heavy metal picrates such as nickel, lead, mercury, zinc
Classes of Chemicals that may become Shock Sensitive:
Acrylates or Methacrylates:
Methyl methacrylate
Aldehydes:
Acetaldehyde
Alkanes and Cylcoalkanes with tertiary Hydrogen:
Cyclohexene
Alkenes with alyllic Hydrogen:
2-ethyl-1-pentene
Alkylalkyenes with alpha Hydrogen:
Isopropyl benzene,
Alkylalkyenes with tertiary alpha Hydrogen:
Ethylcyclohexane
Dienes:
Butadiene,
Chloroprene
Ethers and Acetals with an alpha Hydrogen:
Diethyl ether,
Di-isopropyl ether,
Dioxane,
Tetrahydrofuran
Fluoro or Chloroalkenes:
tetrafluoroethylene
Ketones with alpha Hydrogen:
dilsopropyl ketone
Secondary Alcohols:
DiPhenylmethanol
Ureas, amides and lactams with alpha Hydrogen on a carbon attached to nitrogen:
N-ethylacetamide,
N-isopropylacetamide
Vinyl halides, esters or ethers:
Vinylidene chloride,
Vinyl chloride,
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