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MASS SPECTROMETRY OF CORROSIVE OXIDIZERS AND XENON COMPOUNDS
Technical rept. May-Jul 1965
AIR FORCE ROCKET PROPULSION LAB EDWARDS AFB CA
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A mass spectrometric study of reactive and corrosive oxidizers was successfully accomplished using a double-focusing mass spectrometer with a monel-Teflon sample introduction manifold. Reproducible spectra for compound A, bromine pentafluoride, iodine pentafluoride, xenon tetrafluoride, xenon hexafluoride, oxygen difluoride, and fluorine were obtained with little difficulty after passivation of the manifold. Reaction products of the rhenium filament with oxygen difluoride, the passivation procedure, and the spectra of corrosive gases studied are discussed.
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