Reactions of Organic Materials with Liquid Oxygen
Many organic materials react and sometimes detonate violently when subjected to impact in liquid oxygen. Common plastics, elastomers, lubricants, and even some metals will oxidize so rapidly under these conditions that the reaction constitutes a hazard.
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