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Question: what are inflammable substances?
chemistry, inflammable, substance
Asked by chloe216 to Alex, Josh, Serena, Simone, Stuart on 24 Jun 2013.
answered on 24 Jun 2013:
Flammable and inflammable mean the same thing – capable of burning. So, it is important not to confuse this with non-flammable. The word inflammable comes from the Latin word ‘inflammare’ and that – literally – means ‘in’ or ‘on’ flame’.
answered on 25 Jun 2013:
Oddly, inflammable = flammable.
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