MASS THERMAL ANALYSIS OF HYDROXYLAMINE AND METHOXYAMINE PERCHLORATES
Final rept. Oct 1968-Apr 1969
AIR FORCE ROCKET PROPULSION LAB EDWARDS AFB CA
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Mass thermal analysis was used to study the thermal decomposition of hydroxylamine and methoxyamine perchlorates. The first step in the thermal decomposition of these salts is the proton transfer from the substituted ammonium ion to the perchlorate anion to form the free substituted amine and perchloric acid. Activation energies were determined to be 20.7 kcalmole 65 to 77C for the dissociation of hydroxylamine perchlorate, and 30 kcalmole 53 to 77C for the dissociation of methoxyamine perchlorate.
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy