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HAZARDS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION TO ORDANANCE. THE DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNIQUES TO DETECT AND DETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF HEAT ON SELECTED PRIMARY EXPLOSIVES.
Summary rept., 1 June 61-1 Oct 63,
NAVAL WEAPONS STATION YORKTOWN VA
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This report summarizes the work performed at the Naval Weapons Station on the effects of heat on primary explosives. Comparison of radiated heat from external sources with conducted heat from a bridge wire are presented for colloidal lead azide. included are gas chromotographic results and thermal analysis curves for diazodinitrophenol, colloidal, Dextrinated and polyvinyl lead azides, and normal and basic lead styphnates. Author
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