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Is Styrene Flammable

Styrene, with its relatively low melting point, typically exists as a colorless oily liquid at ambient temperatures.

Furthermore, with a flash point of merely 30°C, styrene is highly susceptible to combustion or explosion under conditions of elevated temperature and pressure. Additionally, its volatile gases are prone to ignition in the presence of open flames or intense heat.

Consequently, styrene is categorized as a Class 3 flammable liquid in the hazardous materials directory.



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