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Comparative data on the physicochemical properties of some liquid explosive substances

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The composition of the products of explosion does n of depend on the chemical structure of the substances, but is fully determined by the elementary composition of the molecule (C, H, N, O).

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Sosnova, G.S., Voskoboinikov, I.M., Brusnikina, V.M. et al. Comparative data on the physicochemical properties of some liquid explosive substances. Russ Chem Bull 11, 325–326 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00908046

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Keywords

  • Explosive
  • Physicochemical Property
  • Comparative Data
  • Elementary Composition
  • Explosive Substance