Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 16:10:00 -0400
Reply-To: William Crouse <CrouseW1**At_Symbol_Here**WYETH.COM>
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From: William Crouse <CrouseW1**At_Symbol_Here**WYETH.COM>
Subject: Re: Hypregolic Mixtures
Comments: To: Suzanne Hamm
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Nitrogen tetroxide and hydrazine (or unsymmetrical dimethyl hydrazine) are two that I am aware of....
William E. Crouse, MS, CIH, CSP, CHMM
Director, Environmental Health and Safety
Wyeth Research
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Chazy, NY 12921-2420
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>>> Suzanne Hamm <suzanne**At_Symbol_Here**POLYMERSOLUTIONS.COM > 8/4/2009 3:51:01 PM >>>
Does anyone have a list of chemicals that when combined cause hypergolic reactions? Just wondering because this warning came with our ICP, but have not been able to locate a list of common ones.

Suzanne Hamm

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