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How do I know what laboratory chemicals are safe to blend and which can cause a dangerous reaction?

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I suggest taking some chemistry courses if you are really interested as there are far too many combinations that can be dangerous. Peroxides, Perchlorates, Nitrates the list is too long to enumerate. if you don't know what you're doing then don't do it until you do.

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You should use a safe guide and follow the instructions strictly.
Please see the following link:
http://euverc.colostate.edu/safetytests/ChemicalSafety.pdf

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