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Is radon gas flammable?

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Question: Is radon gas flammable?
Top Answer (89% of 84 votes): No.

Answer: No
Explanation: Radon Gas if radioactive, not flammable.
Shedhorn Inspection Services, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is radioactive and is a health hazard if inhaled.
Reality Property Inspections
Answer: No
Explanation: No, Radon gas is a noble gas that is inert. It is radiotoxic and a carcinogen.
Moran Property Inspections
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Answer: No
Explanation: Radon is not flammable.
Kairos Home Inspections
Answer: No
Explanation: No, it's an inert gas.
Worsley Inspections LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: The origin of the name is variation of the name of element radium; radon was called niton at first, from the Latin word nitens meaning shining. It is a colourless, odourless radioactive, heavy, noble gas that is chemically inert and non-flammable but is highly radiotoxic and carcinogen by inhalation.
Able Home Inspections
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Answer: No
Explanation: I am not aware of any problems with flammability of Radon gas.
Contractors Corp.
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is not flammable.
Best Choice Inspections
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon gas is a cancer causing gas that is naturally emitted from certain soils.
Texas Mold Consultants
ProMatcher
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon is an inert gas. It is a radioactive, colorless, odorless, tasteless noble gas, occurring naturally as a decay product of radium. Its most stable isotope, 222Rn, has a half-life of 3.8 days. Radon is one of the densest substances that remains a gas under normal conditions. It is also the only elemental gas under normal conditions that has no stable isotopes, and is considered a health hazard due to its radioactivity. Intense radioactivity has also hindered chemical studies of radon and only a few compounds are known.
Certified Real Estate Inspectors
Answer: No
Explanation: No, it is not. Radon is a naturally occurring colorless, odorless, radioactive gas produced by the breakdown of uranium in soil and rock. In the U.S. the average indoor radon level is 1.3 pCi/L. In Missoula County, the average is 7.2 pCi/L. This is more than 5x the national average. Results vary from 4.5 in 59801 to 9 in 59825
Home Inspection Solutions
Answer: No
Explanation: It is radioactive...
J. Michael Simon, LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: No
Explanation: It is invisible and has no odor and is present in various levels in and outside of homes
ABC Home Inspections LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: This is odorless and colorless. It's an inhibitor type of gas.
Your Home Property Consultants
Answer: No
Explanation: It is radioactive.
Spire Home Inspection
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Radon Gas has a very low reactive element.
OnSite Home Inspection, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: Radon is the natural decay of radioactive elements in soil, is inert and not flammable.
Corley Home Inspections, LLC
Answer: No
Explanation: it is a non flammable gas that can cause other health issues
JKM Home Inspections
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Not in my experience.
Legacy Home Inspection & Appraisal LLC
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