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Class Information
Number: 102/326
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Blasting > Contained pressurized fluid blasting charge > Fluid generated within container
Description: Subject matter wherein the container has within it a reactable chemical or chemicals which form the blasting fluid as a result of a chemical reaction.

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