3 edition of The Chemistry and Characteristics of Explosive Materials found in the catalog.
May 2001 by Vantage Press .
Written in English
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Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" Author: James R. Cook. Revised and expanded to reflect new developments in the field, this book outlines the basic principles required to understand the chemical processes of explosives.
The Chemistry of Explosives provides an overview of the history of explosives, taking the reader to future developments. The text on the classification of explosive materials contains much data on the physical parameters of primary /5(4). An explosive (or explosive material) is a reactive substance that contains a great amount of potential energy that can produce an explosion if released suddenly, usually accompanied by the production of light, heat, sound, and explosive charge is a measured quantity of explosive material, which may either be composed solely of one ingredient or be a mixture containing at least two.
This concise, easy-to-read book outlines the basic principles needed to understand the chemical mechanisms of explosion. Covering detonation, deflagration, initiation, the latest theories on the production of "hotspots", thermochemistry, thermodynamics and kinetics, the text includes detailed formulations and reactions presented with thermochemical calculations to aid by: The third edition of this popular book has been fully revised and updated and outlines the basic principles needed to understand the mechanism of explosions by chemical explosives.
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THEORY OF EXPLOSIVES In general, an explosive has four basic characteristics: (1) It is a chemical compound or mixture ignited by heat, shock, impact, friction, or a combination of these conditions; (2) Upon ignition, it decom-poses rapidly in a detonation; (3) There is a rapid release of heat and large quantities of high-pressure gases.
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♦ Some explosive materials and their Speed of explosion ♦ Explosion process ♦ Materials considered as explosives ♦ Needed materials to make explosives ♦ Explosive preparation ♦ Fundamentals of explosive science ♦ The effect of explosions.
Explosive classification and characteristics ♦ Knowing the explosivesFile Size: 1MB. ~The Chemistry of Powder & Explosives. by Tenney L. Davis. characteristics of explosives. Afer a number of accidents in explosive materials and every kind of detonation, facilities for developing and testing explosives, and expertise in detecting Size: 4MB.
the explosive does not contribute to the energy of the explosion. The various stimuli to which explosives respond and the manners of their responses in producing explosions provide a convenient basis for the classification of these interesting materials. List of Explosive Materials The following list was obtained from the List of Explosive Materials as provided by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
This page was last updated on 4/18/ Chapter EXPLOSIVES DEFINITIONS 1. An explosive substance is a solid or liquid substance (or mixture of substances) which is in itself capable by chemical reaction of producing gas at such a temperature and pressure and at such a speed as to cause damage to the surroundings.
Pyrotechnic substances are included even when they do not evolve Size: KB. The chemistry behind fireworks A Q&A with inorganic chemist Eric Schelter about the chemical reactions that create explosive displays and how different metals are.
The rapidity of the reaction is used as a method of classification of explosive materials. Explosive materials which react very violently (are brisant) are known as high explosives. They are used solely for their destructive power.
In contrast, there are some materials that react more slowly. These are known as low explosives. They release a. Introduction to Explosives FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY C4: Analysis and Trends U.S.
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High explosive (HE) = an explosive material that can be caused to detonate with a No. 8 blasting cap when unconfined; and Blasting agent (BA) = a mixture consisting of a fuel and oxidizer, intended for blasting but otherwise not an explosive (cannot be detonated with a No.
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Use of a mixture of TNT and amrnonium nitrate, called amatol became widespread to relieve the shortage of TNT. Other explosives with superior characteristics were also developed. Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX) was first prepared in File Size: 1MB.The book was primarily for chemists.
The writing of it was commenced in order that a textbook might be available for the use of students in the course in powder and explosives which the author gave for about twenty years (nearly every year since the first World War) to fourth-year and graduate students of chemistry and of chemical engineering.