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Explosive materials

A series of lectures delivered before the College de France at Paris

by M. Berthelot

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Published by D. Van Nostrand in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliography,
  • Gunpowder,
  • Explosives

  • Edition Notes

    Later editions of no. 70 of the Van Nostrand science series prepared by John P. Wisser.

    Statementby M.P.E. Berthelot. Tr. by Marcus Benjamin...To which is added A short historical sketch of gunpowder. Tr. from the German of Karl Braun, by Lieut. John P. Wisser, U.S.A. And a Bibliography of works on explosives. Reprinted from Van Nostrand"s magazine
    SeriesVan Nostrand"s science series -- no. 70., Van Nostrand"s science series -- no. 70.
    ContributionsBenjamin, Marcus, 1857-1932, Braun, Karl, Wisser, John P. (John Philip), 1852-1927
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP270 .B52
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, [5]-180 p.
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26376531M
    LC Control Number08015110

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Revised and expanded to reflect new developments in the field, this book outlines the basic principles required to understand the chemical processes of explosives. The Chemistry of Explosives provides an overview of the history of explosives, taking the reader to future developments.

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This book gathers current research in the study of explosive materials from authors around the globe, including the design of energetic materials; detection of post-blast traces of explosive materials using ambient mass spectrometry; tetraazapentalenes and benzofuroxans as explosive materials; and the effects of temperature and humidity on the Author: Thomas J.

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This book will help engineers, scientists, and students acquire the engineering tools needed to understand, analyze, and solve a broad range of explosion /5(3). HAZARD CLASSIFICATION.

UNITED STATES MILITARY. EXPLOSIVES AND MUNITIONS. U.S. ARMY and criteria for selected conventional ammunition and explosive items, guided missiles and rockets, current at time of The JHCS is a listing of items containing Hazard Class 1.

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List of Explosive Materials The following list was obtained from the List of Explosive Materials as provided by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. This page was last updated on 4/18/ An explosive is any chemical compound or mixture (energetic material) whose purpose is to function by explosion (a rapid release of stored energy).

Explosive analysis ranges from the examination of simple inorganic materials to highly complex mixtures of inorganic and organic materials.

Explosive devices mayFile Size: 2MB. The Emergency Response Guidebook: A Guidebook for First Responders During the Initial Phase of a Dangerous Goods/Hazardous Materials Transportation Incident (ERG) is used by emergency response personnel (such as firefighters, paramedics and police officers) in Canada, Mexico, and the United States when responding to a transportation emergency involving hazardous : United States Department of Transportation.

During toa pilot test was conducted for the ATF by the Aerospace Corporation. This feasibility demonstration program evaluated the addition of identification taggants manufactured by the 3M Corporation to million pounds of packaged, cap-sensitive explosives manufactured by four.

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. COMMERCE IN EXPLOSIVES. Commerce in Explosives; List of Explosive Materials. Updated: 4/26/02 Pursuant to the provisions of section (d) of ti United States Code (U.S.C.), and 27 CFRthe Director, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, must publish and revise at least annually in the Federal Register a list of explosives determined to.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This handbook was created with the Pages: A number of technologies exist to detect untagged explosive materials, including dual-energy x-ray, x-ray computed tomography, thermal neutron activation, vapor/particle detection, and use of canines.

9 Detection taggant schemes may improve the specificity and efficiency of these detection technologies or make new methods possible. Taggant options include addition of volatile chemicals. Aspects of Explosives Detection. Book • Edited by: Maurice Marshall and Jimmie C.

Oxley. Browse book content. One of the most effective and available technologies employed for the detection of explosive materials is the explosive detection dog (EDD) and handler team.

Increased vigilance regarding security to protect against. An explosive is a material, cither a pure single substance or cussions in the present book, we must distinguish carefully be-tween sensitivity, stability, and reactivity.

A substance may be The three classes of explosive materials overlap somewhat, forFile Size: 8MB. Chapter EXPLOSIVES DEFINITIONS 1. An explosive substance is a solid or liquid substance (or mixture of substances) which is in itself capable by chemical reaction of producing gas at such a temperature and pressure and at such a speed as to cause damage to the surroundings.

Pyrotechnic substances are included even when they do not evolve Size: KB. Although, explosive materials differ extensively in their chemical work, and in some other senses, it could be disagreed that the common features of these resources is that they ignite a number of probable explosives.

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High Explosives are another animal. The recent most popular is Acetone Peroxide; exceptional. (REMTC) offers reactive and explosive material removal & disposal training & high hazard materials handling services including cylinder remediation, laboratory waste disposal & UXO Unexploded Ordnance detection / remediation, decontamination, incineration, detonation, testing, containment, disposal, dismantlement, stabilization, deactivation, destruction, & transportation.(a) Packages of Class 1 (explosive) materials may not be thrown, dropped, rolled, dragged, or slid over each other or over a deck.

(b) When Class 1 (explosive) materials are stowed in a hold below one in which any cargo is being handled, the hatch in the deck dividing the two holds must have all covers securely in place. (c) Drafts of Class 1 (explosive) materials must be handled in accordance.30 Types of Explosive Hazards.

31 Factors Affecting Potential for Ordnance Exposure to Human 32 Activity Primary Uses of Explosive Materials. 25 Table Examples of Site-Specific Factors To Be Considered in Selecting a Detection 26 System.