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K2TiF6 does not contain a surplus of oxygen or any structural groups known to be correlated with a tendency to react exothermally with combustible material. Chemically speaking, K2TiF6 could be reduced (i.e. act as an oxidiser) when in contact with a very strong reducing agent. However, this does not indicate oxidising properties in the meaning of hazard classification (contribution to fire). 

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Oxidising properties:
no

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K2TiF6 does not contain a surplus of oxygen or any structural groups known to be correlated with a tendency to react exothermally with combustible material. Chemically speaking, K2TiF6 could be reduced (i.e. act as an oxidiser) when in contact with a very strong reducing agent. However, this does not indicate oxidising properties in the meaning of hazard classification (contribution to fire). Thus, an experimental study is not required, and hazard classification is not necessary.