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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    G-E used the stuff as a refrigerant for 18 months then stoped methylformate was used in nerve gas .

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    Sorry, but methyl formate just isn't that dangerous. It is much safer and less toxic than sulfur dioxide. I would be interested to see how it was ever used in nerve gas. I could see it possibly used a volatile, fast evaporating carrier solvent for nerve gas, but not as an active agent.

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    All of them of course. Why do you ask?

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    SO2 is nasty stuff. I worked at a corn processing plant when I first entered the trade. SO2 was a byproduct of the processing. Non "dangerous" concentrations would still burn your eyes, nose, and throat. and it did a number on copper piping.
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    Ok do i still have a account? Should i repost My question? thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    SO2 is nasty stuff. I worked at a corn processing plant when I first entered the trade. SO2 was a byproduct of the processing. Non "dangerous" concentrations would still burn your eyes, nose, and throat. and it did a number on copper piping.
    went to vocational high school in the 70's, more than once the shop wing of the school had to be evacuated when some kid cut into a SO2 system.........

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    I have purchaced my donners and i am going to start my transplant to my monitore top.
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