Generally, a flammable liquid is a combustible liquid that can easily catch fire. However, it is not the liquid itself that burns, but the vapor cloud above the liquid that will burn if the vapor's concentration in air is between the lower flammable limit (LFL) and upper flammable limit (UFL) of the liquid.

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  • Generally, a flammable liquid is a combustible liquid that can easily catch fire. However, it is not the liquid itself that burns, but the vapor cloud above the liquid that will burn if the vapor's concentration in air is between the lower flammable limit (LFL) and upper flammable limit (UFL) of the liquid. (en)
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  • Generally, a flammable liquid is a combustible liquid that can easily catch fire. However, it is not the liquid itself that burns, but the vapor cloud above the liquid that will burn if the vapor's concentration in air is between the lower flammable limit (LFL) and upper flammable limit (UFL) of the liquid. (en)
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  • Flammable liquid (en)
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