You were not the first by a long shot. I did study engineering, and I studied welding, machine shop, strength of materials and many other things besides that ill fated organic chemistry course. I also learned many things about the physical world at NACA-NASA. You defined flash point in your previous post and it was not the scientifically correct definition. If I can't get away with doing that with borax, then neither can you with anything else. You did not say that if a flammable vapor contacts a flame, you said if a flammable vapor contacts an object at its flash point you get a fire. I'm fed up with double talk.
Originally Posted by Photo Engineer