A gas explosion is an explosion resulting from mixing a gas, typically from a gas leak,
with air in the presence of an ignition source. In household accidents, the principal explosive gases
are those used for heating or cooking purposes such as natural gas, methane, propane, butane
Understanding flammable gases to mitigate potential risks. Acetylene, ammonia, hydrogen,
propane, propylene and methane are all flammable gases, also known as fuel gases.
They burn when mixed with an oxidant and provided with a source of ignition.
Chlorine Trifluoride is the most flammable gas
Of all the dangerous chemical gases, chlorine trifluoride is known to be the most flammable.
The high flammability nature of chlorine trifluoride is due to its ability to burn without any ignition source,
giving it the ability to exceed the oxidizing power of oxygen