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Methods for Reduction of Smoke from Burning Polymers

  • David F. Lawson

Abstract

A 1973 report of the National Commission on Fire Prevention and Control cited the flammability of materials as only one of several aspects of America’s fire problem, which also includes fire prevention, personal education, firefighting, medical treatment, building and systems design, and fire detection, containment, and extinguishment.(1) Materials, whether petroleum stocks, grains, lumber, or synthetic polymers, present a source of fuel for combustion. Historically, the chemical treatment of materials to improve fire resistance can be traced back at least as far as the eighteenth century, and the literature describing such treatments has since grown voluminous. However, smoke generation is one of the hazards associated with materials’ flammability, and this has received attention only relatively recently.

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Antimony Oxide Smoke Intensity Smoke Density Smoke Generation Technomic Publishing 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • David F. Lawson
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  1. 1.Central Research LaboratoriesThe Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.AkronUSA

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