Is Sodium Flammable?

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Sodium by itself it not at all flammable. However when one combines water with sodium, it will make for a highly flammable gas. One should exercise extreme caution when around this.
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Sodium is so flammable that it will blow it's load all over your insides.muffin.
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Anhydrous sodium citrate is combustible at high temperature and produces carbon
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I can find no evidence that sodium citrate is a flammable compound. I also am not aware of the connection between flammability and ionicity. What is the background to your question.
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Yes. Click the "Potential Gases" tab in the lower section of the Compatibility Table. You can see that sodium hydrosulfide mixed with nitric acid produces hydrogen sulfide
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