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Inorganic high-energy oxidizers
Edward William Lawless
|Statement||by Edward W.Lawless and Ivan C.Smith.|
|Contributions||Smith, Ivan C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
D. Corrosives, especially inorganic bases (e.g., sodium hydroxide), may be very slippery; handle these chemicals with care and clean any spills, leaks, splashes, or dribbles immediately. E. Work in a chemical fume hood when handling fuming acids or volatile irritants (e.g., ammonium hydroxide). F. His research concerns fluorine inorganic chemistry, noble gas chemistry, high-energy oxidizers, X-ray crystallography, solid-state chemistry, nonaqueous solvent chemistry, and thermochemistry. HENRY L. BERNSTEIN is a staff engineer in the Materials and Structures Division and the assistant director of the Electric Power Research Institute's.
The high energy recovery within these oxidizers reduces the auxiliary fuel requirement and saves operating cost. The Anguil oxidizer achieves high destruction efficiency and self-sustaining operation with no auxiliary fuel usage at low concentrations. Features. This book is concerned with both the civil applications of high-energy materials (e.g. propellants for carrier or satellite launch rockets and satellite propulsion sys-tems) as well as the many military aspects. In the latter area there have been many challenges for energetic materials scientists in recent days some of which are listed below.
Compared to other emission control technologies, Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTO) are particularly reliable and carry a low operating cost; This high energy efficiency comes in at around 95% and even, in some circumstances, up to 99%, greatly reducing fuel consumption; Preferred method of oxidation, because of its variety of uses and. Minerals or the surface chemistry of an otherwise pure inorganic compound may be very complex. AME can very often develop even complex, quantitative, multi-phase chemistry in an inorganic material. These inorganic chemicals or minerals may be used as fill materials for plastics, paints, sealants, adhesives, or other composite materials.
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Oxidizers normally comprise per cent by weight of a propellant combination, and it is well recognized that even small improvements in oxidiser properties may contribute significantly to the energy of the whole system.
A book entitled 'Inorganic High-Energy Oxidisers' by E.W. Lawless and I.C. Smith is the subject of this Essay Review by W.E. Batty. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lawless, Edward W.
Inorganic high-energy oxidizers: synthesis, structure, and properties. New York, M. Dekker, ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages illustrations 24 cm: Responsibility: [by] Edward W. Lawless and Ivan C. Smith. item 1 Inorganic High-Energy Oxidizers: Synthesis, Structures, and Proteins 1 - Inorganic High-Energy Oxidizers: Synthesis, Structures, and Proteins.
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Lawless, and Ivan C. Smith. The first chapter introduces the various classes of high-energy materials and the characteristics used to classify them.
These include high explosives, primary explosives, oxidizers for solid rocket motors, propellants, and pyrotechnics. A historical overview and numerous definitions specific to high-energy materials are presented.
The purpose of this program was to explore the synthesis and properties of energetic inorganic halogen oxidizers. Although the program was directed toward basic research, applications of the.
chapter introduces the various classes of high-energy materials and the characteristics used to classify them. These include high explosives, primary explosives, oxidizers for solid rocket motors, propellants, and pyrotechnics.
A historical overview and numerous deﬁnitions speciﬁc to high-energy. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
Since the purpose of oxidizers is to oxidize, tissues such as lung, skin and eyes are at risk. In the case of oxidizing acids, the hazard is very high and the EHS SOP, Corrosive Chemical Hazards & Risk Minimization should be followed as well.
The hazards to tissues from other oxidizers will vary depending on the oxidizer and its concentration. The inorganic research mainly concerns high-energy oxidizers, chemistry in superacids, lanthanoid met- als, inorganic materials with interesting electrical, optical and magnetic properties, binary fluorides as supercritical fluids, and technologically important halogenated compounds.
Inorganic chemistry deals with synthesis and behavior of inorganic and organometallic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad of organic compounds (carbon-based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic distinction between the two disciplines is far from absolute, as there is much overlap in the subdiscipline of.
The present invention is a bi-propellant system comprising a gelled liquid propane (GLP) fuel and a gelled MON (70% N2O4 + 30% NO) oxidizer. The bi-propellant system is particularly well-suited for outer planet missions greater than 3 AU from the sun and also functions in earth and near earth environments.
Additives such as powders of boron, carbon, lithium, and/or aluminum can be added to. Inorganic High-Energy Oxidizers, Systhesis, Structure, and Properties Jan 1, by Ivan C.
Lawless, Edward W. And Smith. Inwhile on sabbatical leave at the Berkeley campus of the University of California, Linnett published a paper in the Journal of the American Chemical Society entitled “A Modification of the Lewis-Langmuir Octet Rule” (Linnett, ) in which he suggested certain changes in G.
Lewis's original views on the role of the electron pair in covalent bond formation based on an explicit. Inorganic Chemistry 2nd edition Medicinal Chemistry Organic Chemistry 2nd edition Physical Chemistry No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without permission.
Radioactivity Unstable nuclei decompose by emitting high-energy particles. All elements with Z>83 are radioactive. The Earth contains. Synthesis. Here are some synthesis methods and reactions of the three most common oxygen fluorides – oxygen difluoride (OF 2), dioxygen difluoride (O 2 F 2) and ozone difluoride (O 3 F 2).
Oxygen difluoride (OF 2. A common preparative method involves fluorination of sodium hydroxide: + + + OF 2 is a colorless gas at room temperature and a yellow liquid below K.
Oxygen difluoride has an. Preparation and Characterization of Energetic Nanocomposites of Organic Gel – Inorganic Oxidizers Article in Propellants Explosives Pyrotechnics 34(2) - April with 42 Reads.
Inorganic High Energy Oxidizers: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties Pages Marcel Dekker Then there is always the standard K perm - glycerin reaction. A variation upon:— USP Blake W Harding 6 June Spontaneously Ignitable fire starting composition.
The liquid fuel component includes glycerin, 50% by weight, isopropyl. A propellant including a binder, a curative for the binder (whenever necessary), an oxidizer and a fuel additive are provided.
The oxidizer has a relatively high value of specific gravity or density and is stable even at relatively high temperatures and is capable of supplying relatively high amounts of oxygen to the fuel additives or the reducing agents in the propulsion material.
Preparation of mechanically activated energetic composites (MAECs) based on solid fuels (Al, Mg, and Si) and oxidizers (S, MoO3, (-C2F4-) n, KClO4, NH4 ClO4, etc.) is considered.
Compared to conventional mechanical mixtures, the burning rate of MAECs is significantly increased, and in some cases high-velocity detonation can be obtained. The propagation of the reaction in MAECs is .Inorganic Crystalline Materials Section Organic Crystalline Materials Section Macromolecular Crystals Section Crystalline Minerals and Biominerals Section Hybrid and Composite Crystalline Materials Section Section Board for 'Inorganic Crystalline Materials' () Please see the section webpage for more information on this section.A second field of study is the synthesis and characterization of peroxo-based oxygen-rich compounds for potential use as new high energy-dense oxidizers.
Academic collaborators complement our experimental work by modeling the energetic properties of these materials.
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