The Chemistry Of Powder And Explosives

Author: Dr. Tenney L. Davis
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 178625896X
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The present volume contains in one binding the whole contents of Volume I, first published in May, 1941, and the whole contents of Volume II which was published in March, 1943. The book was primarily for chemists.

The Chemistry Of Fireworks

Author: Michael S Russell
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 1782625526
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But what produces their dazzling array of effects? This book takes you behind the scenes to explore the chemistry and physics behind the art of pyrotechnics.


Author: Simon Quellen Field
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1613738080
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Author and chemistry buff Simon Quellen Field takes readers on a decades-long journey through the history of things that go boom, from the early days of black powder to today's modern plastic explosives.

Black And Smokeless Powders

Author: Committee on Smokeless and Black Powder
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309062462
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Chemistry of Pyrotechnics. New York: Marcel Dekker. Cooper, Paul W., and
Stanley R. Kurowski. 1996. Introduction to the Technology of Explosives. New
York: Wiley-VCH. Davis, Tenny L. 1943. The Chemistry of Powder and
Explosives. New York: John Wiley & Sons. DeForest, Peter R., R.E. Gaensslen,
and Henry C. Lee. 1983. Forensic Science: An Introduction to Criminalistics. New
York: McGraw-Hill. Deppert, T.M., M.W. Barnes, I.V. Mendenhall, and R.D. Taylor
(Morton Automotive ...

Organic Chemistry Of Explosives

Author: Jai Prakash Agrawal
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470059357
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Tenny L. Davis first published his two volumes of The Chemistry of Powder and
Explosives in 1941 and 1943, and these were subsequently merged into a single
volume. This useful work gives an overview of energetic materials synthesis in
the early years. During and after the Second World War much research was
pooled into the science of energetic materials, and consequently, the number of
reported organic compounds with explosive properties increased enormously
together ...


Author: Rudolf Meyer
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527689613
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The unrivaled, definitive reference for almost 40 years, this classic work on explosives is now in its seventh, completely revised and updated edition.

Primary Explosives

Author: Robert Matyáš
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642284361
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However, it is common for primary explosives to be discussed in a chapter or a
paragraph in publications dealing with explosives in general or in a wider picture
(e.g., in T. Urban ́ski's “Chemistry and Technology of Explosives” or David's “The
Chemistry of Powder and Explosives”). Another significant source of information
are the hundreds or thousands of specialized articles in technical periodicals and
papers published in conference publications, which are far too focused on a ...

Powder And Propellants

Author: Rodney P. Carlisle
Publisher: University of North Texas Press
ISBN: 9781574411492
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While both of these highly active research units were organized separately from
the Powder Factory, the expansion of production of smokeless powder, of
Explosive D, and the rapid adaptation of the Cal Tech extrusion process to
production at Indian Head had all given direct proof of the strengths in propellant
research capacity of the Powder Factory. Even more central to the story of Indian
head was the Powder Factory's own laboratory, the Chemical Investigation and
Development ...

The Chemistry Of Explosives

Author: Jacqueline Akhavan
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 1849733309
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Table 2.26 Properties of LLM-105 (2,6-diamino-3,5-dinitropyrazine-1oxide)
Characteristics Explosive material Colour White powder Molecular weight 216.11
Boiling point/1C 891.2* Flash point/1C 492.8* Density at 20 1C/g cmÀ3 1.88–
1.911 Molar volume at 20 1C and 760 Torr/cm3 molÀ1 85.6* Enthalpy of
vapourisation at 760 Torr/kJ molÀ1 129.57* *Calculated using Advanced
Chemistry Development (ACD/Labs) Software V11.02 (r 1994–2010 ACD/Labs).
LLM-105. LLM-105 [(2 ...

Chemistry And Technology Of Explosives

Author: Tadeusz Urbański
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This indicates a certain porosity of the powder. The pores are filled either with air
or with traces of residual solvent. According to Brunswig [17] 100 g of
nitrocellulose rifle flake powder contains 4-8 cm3 of the air. Nitroglycerine
powder— completely or almost completely wholly colloidal— is less porous,
therefore more difficult to ignite than nitrocellulose powder and requires a
stronger priming. The gravimetric density* of a powder depends upon the
dimensions and shape of the grains.