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can zinc cause electrolysis on copper pipe and fittings?

can zinc cause electrolysis on copper pipe and fittings?

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CDs are manufactured from polycarbonate plastic. Here is a list of chemical substances that havean effect on this type of plastic. Be careful - most of these are dangerous, inflammable or toxic vapours. I would not recommend using any of these in a small rsidential apartment. You should also have some basic chemical knowledge on what safety precautions to use and what safety clothing to wear when dealing with these products. BE CAREFUL!! * Alkali bleaches such as sodium hypochlorite* Acetone* Acrylonitrile* Ammonia* Amyl acetate* Benzene* Bromine* Butyl acetate* Sodium hydroxide* Chloroform* Dimethylformamide* Concentrated hydrochloric acid* Concentrated hydrofluoric acid* Iodine* Methanol* Methyl ethyl ketone* Styrene* Tetrachloroethylene* Toluene* Concentrated sulfuric acid* Xylene* Cyanoacrylate monomers
I've never seen a smoke detector set off by steam with no oil in it, and the hot pot type of water heater is cheap and allowed in most dorms.

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