Investigation of rapid processes in the thermal decomposition of ammonium perchlorate with a transit time mass spectrometer View Full Text


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DATE

1969-04

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O. P. Korobeinichev, V. V. Boldyrev, Yu. Ya. Karpenko, N. Z. Lyakhov

ABSTRACT

The composition of the gas phase during the thermal decomposition of pure ammonium perchlorate and ammonium perchlorate with an addition of 5% Fe2O3 at 400° and a pressure of 10–200 mm was investigated with a transit time mass spectrometer and by a procedure permitting recording of active particles and aggressive gases.A change in the composition of the gas phase during the reaction and an influence of the additive on the composition of the decomposition products were detected, which is explained by the role of the additive as a catalyst of reactions in the gas phase. The composition of the gas phase during the thermal decomposition of pure ammonium perchlorate and ammonium perchlorate with an addition of 5% Fe2O3 at 400° and a pressure of 10–200 mm was investigated with a transit time mass spectrometer and by a procedure permitting recording of active particles and aggressive gases. A change in the composition of the gas phase during the reaction and an influence of the additive on the composition of the decomposition products were detected, which is explained by the role of the additive as a catalyst of reactions in the gas phase. More... »

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706-708

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