Structure Thermolysis Relationships for Energetic Materials
Keywords: Fast thermolysis, Condensed phase, Gas phase reactions
AbstractThe technique of fast thermolysis/FTIR spectroscopy, in which temperature profiling of the condensed phase is also conducted, is described. Applications are given to show how the formation of NO2, HONO, NO, and CH2O can be related to underlying parent molecular features. The effect of pressure in the 1-1000 psi range on the overall process is presented along with an example of how pressure can be used to distinguish the gas phase reactions from the condensed phase reactions during fast thermolysis.
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Brill, T. (2013). Structure Thermolysis Relationships for Energetic Materials. Defence Science Journal, 41(2), 111-129. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.41.4416
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