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The earlier answers' and comments line of thought gravitates around «what may happen to $\ce{Na3Fe(CN)6}$ or/and $\ce{Na4Fe(CN)6}$ in the presence of strong oxidizers» to the effect that MSDS express a warning. Complementary to this, I suggest one should keep an eye on the oxidizer; because if there is an oxidation by them, simultaneously, they are going to ...


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In my opinion, the statement is because the reaction between ferrocyanide and permanganate may be intense enough to cause dangers, like splattering. I can't seem to find any info regarding HCN generation, and it is likely not due to that because even if the gas is formed, it will be oxidized to nitrogen or cyanate by the permanganate. Also, many other quite ...


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Yes, NASA has good information on Hydrogen Safety. Here is the key take away, to quote: Hydrogen has a very broad flammability range—a 4 percent to 74 percent concentration in air and 4 percent to 94 percent in oxygen; therefore, keeping air or oxygen from mixing with hydrogen inside confined spaces is very important. So, how does one practically stay out ...


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