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Thermophysical parameters for the combustion products from tetrazole-sodium tetrazolate mixtures

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Measurements have been made on the thermal conductivity and specific heat of the powder product from quenching in nitrogen applied to the gas-liquid flame formed by the combustion of a tetrazole-sodium tetrazolate mixture in weight proportion 3∶1. The thermal conductivity on the whole is a nonmonotone function of temperature in the range 100–450 K and has some local turning points associated with the multicomponent structure and the phase transitions associated with chemical and structural transformations.

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Translated from Inzhenrno-fizicheskii Zhurnal, Vol. 61, No. 3, pp. 422–426, September, 1991.

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Evseeva, L.E., Kruplevich, V.C., Lesnikovich, A.I. et al. Thermophysical parameters for the combustion products from tetrazole-sodium tetrazolate mixtures. Journal of Engineering Physics 61, 1113–1116 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00872888

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Keywords

  • Nitrogen
  • Combustion
  • Phase Transition
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Statistical Physic