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ignition and initiation of potassium picrate and potassium picrate/explosives mixtures

Robert Hudson Dinegar

ignition and initiation of potassium picrate and potassium picrate/explosives mixtures

nonprimary, hot-wire detonators

by Robert Hudson Dinegar

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Published by [Dept. of Energy], Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Los Alamos, N.M, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electric detonators.,
  • Explosives.,
  • Potassium salts.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert H. Dinegar.
    SeriesLA ; 7358-MS, LA (Series) (Los Alamos, N.M.) -- 7358-MS.
    ContributionsLos Alamos Scientific Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p. :
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17651119M

    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.   Explosive materials are chemical compounds or mechanical mixtures that, when subjected to heat, impact, friction, detonation, or other suitable initiation, undergoes rapid chemical change. Large volumes of highly heated gases are evolved that exert pressure on the surrounding Sodium picrate Potassium trinitromethanide.

      Picric acid and ammonium picrate Picric acid was used as a shell explosive in Europe during the s and carried through World War I on a large scale. Quantities of it were made in the United States, but the army and navy used mainly TNT. Ammonium picrate (Explosive D) has exceptional value as a charge for armour-piercing projectiles. Initiation of explosives page 28 Potassium dinitramide page Chapter The preparation of amino nitro benzenes page Tetraniline. Tetranitro aniline page AP. Ammonium Picrate page Lead Picrate. 2,4,6-Trinitro-lead-phenolate basic page CONTENTS viFile Size: 3MB.

    Full text of "Kitchen Improvised, Complete (Blasting Caps, Fertilizer Explosives, Plastic Explosives 1 and 2) Tim Lewis blindreeper version" See other formats.   Nitroglycerine Picrates LOW ORDER EXPLOSIVES Black Powder Nitrocellulose Fuel + Oxodizer mixtures Perchlorates HIGH ORDER EXPLOSIVES R.D.X. (Cyclonite) Ammonium Nitrate ANFOS T.N.T. Potassium Chlorate Dynamite Nitrostarch Explosives Picric Acid Ammonium Picrate.


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Ignition and initiation of potassium picrate and potassium picrate/explosives mixtures by Robert Hudson Dinegar Download PDF EPUB FB2

The ignition and initiation of potassium picrate and potassium picrate/explosives mixtures: Nonprimary, hot-wire detonators (LA ; MS) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Robert Hudson Dinegar Author: Robert Hudson Dinegar. Ignition and deflagration of potassium picrate (KP) and KP/explosives mixtures: low-voltage, nonprimary detonators Conference Dinegar, R H Potassium picrate (KP) has been examined as a material which can be easily ignited to deflagration by a hot wire for application in low-voltage detonators which contain no primary explosives.

Ignition and initiation of potassium picrate and potassium picrate/explosives mixtures Conference Dinegar, R H Potassium picrate (KP) and KP blended with PETN or HMX can be ignited by a hot wire. Get this from a library.

The ignition and initiation of potassium picrate and potassium picrate/explosives mixtures: nonprimary, hot-wire detonators. [Robert Hudson Dinegar; Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.].

Potassium picrate (KP) is a high-temperature stable, crystalline substance that can be ignited to deflagration by a rapidly heated bridgewire. The voltages and currents necessary are in the area of several volts and amperes. KP mixed with secondary high explosives such as PETN and HMX also can be ignited at these same levels.

THE IGNITION AND INITIATION OF POTASSIUM PICRATE AND POTASSIUM PICRATWEXPLOSIVES MIXTURES: NONPRIMARY, HOT-WIRE DETONATORS by Robert H. Dinegar ARSTRACT. Potasshm picrate (KP) and KP blended with the explosives PETN or HMX can be ignited by a hot wire. Maximum gas pressure generation oc.

1K ignition composition is mixed by potassium picrateK ignition composition is mixed by potassium picrate and potassium perchlorate, it is yellow granules. It have a fast burning rate and have a good ignition sensitivity, in the certain conditions it can initiate the PETN explosive or composite explosives with oxidant which have high.

Potassium N -Nitramino-5 H -Tetrazolates - Powerful Green Primary Explosives with High Initiation Capabilities Article (PDF Available) in Propellants Explosives Pyrotechnics October with. The ignition properties of boron / potassium nitrate (B / KNO3) have been investigated using a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser.

The ignition delay time and surface temperature of a B / KNO3 sample were. Page - for the manufacture of the paste, all the remaining water called for in the formula (all the water if no CMC is to be added) and the requisite amount of caustic soda solution, with inorganic salts if they are to be used, are run into the and cooling is started and the sulphonic acid added at such a rate that the temperature does not rise above 65°C.5/5(3).

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mixtures with other explosives, oils, or waxes and is rarely used alone. It has a high degree of stability in storage. BURSTING CHARGE EXPLOSIVES Bursting charge explosives include explosive D (ammonium picrate), amatol, picric acid, TNT, tetrytol, pentolite, picratol, tritonol, RDX compositions, HMX compositions, torpex, DBX, and HBX.

Sodium chlorate is a strong oxidizer used in the manufacture of explosives. It can be used in place of potassium chlorate in low and high-explosive mixtures. Materials Required: 2 carbon or lead rods (1 in.

Dry cell batteries (/2" diameter x 5 in. long) diameter x 7" long) Water. 2 wires, 16 gauge (3/64" diameter approx.), 6' long, insulated. Gasoline. potassium chlorate-lead styphanate mixtures, some igniter compositions, grade B magnesium powder, and exposed layers of black powder dust. Air and dust mixtures of ammonium picrate, tetryl, tetrytol, and solid propellants are also sensitive to initiation by ESD.

Testing indicates mixtures of File Size: 89KB. edition of The Terrorist's Handbook. First and foremost, let it be stated that Chaos Industries assumes no responsibilities for any misuse of the information presented in this Size: KB.

As a chemistry student, I learnt many half-truths. One of them was that gunpowder is a ‘low explosive’ because it is a mixture: when its potassium nitrate decomposes, the released oxygen has.

Mixtures such as picric acid / acetone peroxide (40/60) or similar mixtures with R.D.X. and P.E.T.N. will give explosives greatly increased resistance to impact without losing much initiation performance.

Great care could be needed to ensure the safety of the manufacturer due to the high sensitivity of the acetone peroxide. These dried crystals. For potassium, in quiescent conditions, ignition always started with a flame and hence the definition of ignition given by is used.

For the fed-air mode, rapid oxidisation of metal took place because of forced draft of air, and a self-generated temperature rise was by: 1. Homemade Explosives. Every year people lose fingers or an eye or even die during the clandestine manufacture or storage of explosives or because explosive materials are inadvertently produced because of improper use of chemicals.

This list supersedes the List of Explosive Materials published in the Federal Register on Novem (Docket No. R, 81 FR ). Notice of the Annual List of Explosive Materials. Pursuant to 18 U.S.C. (d) and 27 CFRI hereby designate the following as “explosive materials” covered under 18 U.S.C.

(c): A. > So, when you mix sugar with potassium chlorate, there is a FUEL and an > OXIODISER, perfect conditions for a fire. Potassium chlorate is a very > strong OXIDISER, making the FUEL burn very well. > > Vocabulary for Newbie: > -Potassium Chlorate > -Sugar > -Oxidiser > -Fuel > > Hope this helps.

If it doesn't, then you are a real idiot. > Fuel.Full text of "Manual of Explosives, Military Pyrotecnics, and Chemical Warfare Agents Jules Bebie PhD" See other formats.(about M) This material, potassium picrate, is impact-sensitive, and can be used as an initiator for any type of high explosive.

LOW-ORDER EXPLOSIVES There are many low-order explosives that can be purchased in gun stores and used in explosive devices.