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Chemistry of Detonations - Kamlet M.J.

Kamlet M.J., Jacobs S.J. Chemistry of Detonations - Maryland, 1967. - 28 p.
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11 has a misplaced decimal point, we have used the same incorrect value to estimate our (). Table VI also contains several other instances where differing estimates of / in Refs. 11 and 16 h^e led to our using two values of ()* for the same compound.
All available computer results for C-H-N-0 explosives based on Maders parameters and covolumes are included. In a number of cases two sets of ruby results are listed: those based on the RDX parameters and those obtained using the TNT parameter set (Table I). Compounds in Table VI show () ranging from 525 to 1728 cal/g, M rangifig from 23.00 to 36.00 g/mole, Ntab ranging from 0.0238 to 0.0367 moles gas/g explosive and Grb ranging from 0*722 to 1.000 g gas/g explosive, and are listed in order of decreasing Grb. For reasons which will become obvious from inspection of the Table and from subsequent discussions, the Table includes results at loading densities down to
1.00 g/cc.
The hand-calculated detonation pressures in Table VI shqw good agreement with the Kuby values. Taking
Table VI. Comparison of Pm [Eq. (8)3 with .Pruby for C-H-N-0 explosives. Values of N, M, and Q estimated from the HjO-COz arbitrary.
Explosive* p9 (Ref)
<PPb
Pcm Ic
TEq. (8)>
RDX parameters
Pruby
% difP*
TNT parameters
/ruby
%diff
1. TNM, tf*0.0306, Af**32.67, 0=525, G= 1.000 1.640(11) 4.007 167.8(157.7)
2.
10.
162.5
BTNEN, **0.0309, Af**32.35, 0=1298, G=1.000
1.862(16) 6.332 342,1(321.6)
1.960(16) 379,0(356.3)
NG, iV=0.0319, Af=31.32, Q= 1478, G= 1.000 .
1.590(11) 6.840 270.2(254.0)
BTNEU, tf=0.0311, M = 32.18, Q** 1481, G = 1.000 1.767(16) 6.789 330.4(310.6)
1.860(16)
365.9(343,9)
5. TNETB, /'*=0.0298, Af**33.04, Q**1479, G=0.985
6.587
8.
1.000(16) 1.200(16) 1 400(16) 1.600(16) 1.691(16) 1.780(16)
PETN, N**0.0316, M = 30.41, Q
1.000(11) 6,805
1.200(11)
1.400(11)
1.670(11)
1.770(11)
1.691(16)
1.780(16)
RDX, =0.0338, Af=27.20j Q
1.000(11) 6.784
1.200(11)
1.400(11)
1.600(11)
1.800(11)
1.712(16)
1.802(16)
HMX, 0.0338, Af=27.20, Q
1.000(11) 6.772
1.200(11)
1.400(11)
1.600(11)
1.900(11)
1.807(16)
1.903(16)
102,6(96.4)
147.8(138,9)
201,2(189.1)
262.7(246.9)
293,5(275.9)
325.2(305.7)
= 1525, G** 0.961
319.0
359.8
246.5
308,1
346.8
93.3
133.5
183.2
245.5
274.6
306.2
1.577(16)
1.600(16)
1.660(16)
1.740(11)
6.561
6.271
11. NQtiV0.0384^3f=23.00, g*901,G=0.883
1.691(16) V 5.528 246.3
1.780(16) N 272.9
12. EDNA, =0.0367, 24.00,. Q= 1297, G=0.880
1.663(16) 6.473 278.7 285,8
1.750(16) 308.9 323.0
+3.3(-3.0)
+ 7.2(+0.8) +5.3( 1.0)
+9.6(+3.0)
+ 7.2(+0.8) +5.5(0.9)
+ 10,0(+3.3) + 10.7 (+4.0) +9.9(+3.2) +7.0 (+0,6) +6,9(+0.5) +6.2(0.2)
105.9(99.5) 101.6 +4,2 (--- 2.1)
152.6(143.4) 144.2 +5.8(---0.6)
207.8(195.3) 196.4 +5.8(---0,6)
295.7(278.0) 280.3 +5.5(---0.8)
332.1(312.2) 318.8 +4.2(---2.1)
303.1(284.9) 286.4 +5.8(---0.6)
334.3(314.2) 321.0 +4.1 ( --- 2.1)
1481, G=0.919
105.7 107.8 -1.9
152.2 148.7 +2.4
207.2 200.5 +3.3
270.6 264.6 +2.3
342.3 346.6 -1.2
309.9 306.0 + 1.3
343.2 344.2 -0.3
>=1475, G=0.919
105.5 107.5 -1.8
151.9 148.3 +2.4
206.7 199.6 +3.6
270.2 263.4 +2.5
380.9 395.3 -3.6
344.5 346.3 -0.5
382.0 391.3 -2.4
5= 1438, <7=0.900
254.3 247.0 +2.9
261.7 255.1 +2.6
281.7 276.9 +1.7
3, g=1643, G=0.893
295.8 300.2 -1.5
267.0
+ 10.7
324.0
+5.6
-2.5
-4.4
248.5
277.9
269.4
300.8
-0.9
-1.8
+3.5
+2.7
Table VI (Continued)
Explosive* po (Ref.)
Wb
Pgale
[Eq. (8) J*
RDX parameters
Jruby
TNT pasgtmeters
Proby
%diff
13. RDX/TNT, 77/23, N=0.0318, Jtf = 27.50, 0=1436, G = 0.875
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