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EC number: 227-579-4
CAS number: 5895-46-5
The substance has been determined not to be highly flammable.
Ignition of neodymium carbonate was attempted with the flame of a teclu
burner. Although the test item started to glow, no self-propagating
flame was observed upon touching the test item with a hot flame and did
not occur after 2 minutes of contact with flame. During this experiment,
the colour of the test item changed from pale purple (before glowing) to
pale blue (after glowing). Consequently, neodymium carbonate should be
considered as not highly flammable.
Neodymium carbonate is not known to exhibit pyrophoric properties, nor
flammability in contact with water. In
addition, the results of a flammability study indicate that the
substance is not flammable as no self-propagating flame was observed
upon touching the test item with a hot flame. On these bases, no
classification with regards to flammability is required according to the
DSD or CLP classification schemes.
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