Guidelines for Safe Storage and Handling of Reactive MaterialsPage 7: Second equation. Arrhenius frequency factor A is missing and activation energy Ea is not capitalized; should be kT = A e -Ea/RT. Page 117: Third paragraph. (typically an increase of 5198C) should be (typically an increase of 5°C). Page 120: Text is ambiguous as to whether Equation 4.2 presents the isothermal expansion case or the thermodynamic availability approach. Equation 4.2 as presented gives the isothermal expansion case. The thermodynamic availability approach has a correction term, representing the loss of energy as a result of the second law of thermodynamics, which would render Equation 4.2 as E = PV [ ln (P/Ps) - (1 - (Ps/P)) ] for the thermodynamic availability case.