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Liquid-oxygen explosives

Perrott, George St. J.

Liquid-oxygen explosives

by Perrott, George St. J.

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Published by U.S. Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Explosives.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G. St. J. Perrott and N. A. Tolch.
    SeriesU.S. Bureau of mines. Bulletin 349
    ContributionsTolch, Noah Arthur, 1900- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN23 .U4 no. 349
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 88 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs.
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6280236M
    LC Control Number32026269
    OCLC/WorldCa3340470

      Liquid oxygen (LOX) explosives, also called Oxyliquits, which are prepared by infusing LOX into a combustible material have been used industrially in mining from until the early s, when ammonium nitrate-fuel oil explosives replaced them c. That could be sort of a double edged sword. I reccomend being really carefull with the sugar/liquid oxygen bomb because of the liquid oxygen effect. I would hate to see cody hurt himself because the small amout of sugar was really efficiently combusted. I'm pretty sure there are (or were) actual explosives used in mining that use oxygen as.

      Cloth bags of the chlorate were soaked in the nitrobenzene and loaded directly from the soaking tank into the boreholes. Liquid oxygen explosives In the German Carl von Linde introduced carbon black packed in porous bags and dipped in liquid oxygen. This, which was a Sprengel-type explosive, came to be known as LOX. From Introduction Present Investigation: "The scope of the investigation was limited to study of the effects of fire-retardant treatments on the resistance to ignition, physical characteristics, and practical hazards of handling the liquid-oxygen explosive prepared from the granular carbonaceous absorbent mentioned, from wrappers of a triple-filled canvas, and from a liquid oxygen of standard Author: A. R. T. Denues.

    LOX - Liquid Oxygen Explosive. Looking for abbreviations of LOX? It is Liquid Oxygen Explosive. Liquid Oxygen Explosive listed as LOX. Liquid Oxygen Explosive - How is Liquid Oxygen Explosive abbreviated? Liquid Oxygen Explosive; Liquid Oxygen Torch System; Liquid Paper; Liquid paraffin; Liquid paraffin; Liquid paraffin; liquid paraffin. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. COMMERCE IN EXPLOSIVES. Commerce in Explosives; List of Explosive Materials. Updated: 4/26/02 Pursuant to .


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Liquid-oxygen explosives by Perrott, George St. J. Download PDF EPUB FB2

An Oxyliquit, also called liquid air explosive or liquid oxygen explosive, is an explosive material which is a mixture of liquid oxygen (LOX) with a suitable fuel, such as carbon (as lampblack), or an organic chemical (e.g. a mixture of soot and naphthalene), wood meal, or aluminium powder or sponge.

It is a class of Sprengel explosives. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Perrott, George St. (George Liquid-oxygen explosives book. John), Liquid-oxygen explosives. Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Liquid-oxygen explosive definition is - a blasting explosive that consists essentially of a cartridge containing combustible material (as carbon black or lampblack) and immersed in.

Progress of investigations on liquid-oxygen explosives [S. Howell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Get this from a library. Development of liquid oxygen explosives during the war.

[George S Rice] -- Gives results of experiments and describes equpment used. An explosive (or explosive material) is a reactive substance that contains a great amount of potential energy that can produce an explosion if released suddenly, usually accompanied by the production of light, heat, sound, and explosive charge is a measured quantity of explosive material, which may either be composed solely of one ingredient or be a mixture containing at Liquid-oxygen explosives book two.

Liquid oxygen is pale blue in color and extremely cold. It is stored under pressure in specially designed metal containers. Liquid oxygen is used in cryogenics. It is also used in the production of rocket fuel and can be used to make explosives.

Liquid oxygen is non-toxic, but its extremely low temperatures can cause severe burns rather quickly. Liquid oxygen definition is - a pale blue transparent mobile magnetic liquid obtained by compressing gaseous oxygen and used chiefly in liquid-oxygen explosives and.

Development of liquid oxygen explosives during the war / by George S. Rice () (Reprint) Rice, George S. (George Samuel), b. Published by Pranava Books (). The latent demand for water gel and slurries, permissibles, dynamites, black blasting powder, liquid oxygen explosives, nitroglycerin, and other industrial explosives excluding fuel-sensitized ammonium nitrate explosives is not actual or historic sales.

Nor is latent demand future sales. In fact, latent demand can be lower either lower or. Liquid oxygen is useful for propulsion; it is used to launch space rockets. It is also used in some explosives, although this use is less common because liquid oxygen is a volatile substance.

If it comes into contact with organic material such as asphalt, it can easily catch on fire and explode. liquid-oxygen explosive[′likwəd ¦äksəjən ik′splōsiv] (materials) Sawdust or other carbonaceous material formed into a cartridge and dipped into liquid oxygen, to use in blasting.

Abbreviated LOX. Liquid-Oxygen Explosive (oxyliquit), an explosive whose chief component is liquid oxygen saturating organic absorbents, such as wood charcoal. some liquid oxygen/liquid hydrogen explosive effects in controlled fa ilure-mode tests by richurd w. high munned spucecruft center hozlston, texm copy: return to afwl [wlll-2) kirtland afb, n mex national aeronautics and space administration washington, d.

september i j iFile Size: 1MB. In explosive: Liquid oxygen explosives. In the German Carl von Linde introduced carbon black packed in porous bags and dipped in liquid oxygen.

This, which was a Sprengel-type explosive, came to be known as e of the shortage of nitrates, LOX was widely used in Read More. Liquid oxygen explosion. Category Science & Technology; Show more Show less.

Liquid oxygen leaks on highway as truck rolls over in SW China. Liquid Explosives Nitroglycerine is a colorless to pale-yellow, viscous liquid or solid (below 56°F). It is an explosive ingredient in dynamite (%) with ethylene glycol dinitrate (%). The attackers most likely did not plan to use nitroglycerin, but the liquid explosives they chose probably had similar chemical properties.

Like nitroglycerin, most liquid explosives are made of unstable complex molecules break down into ordinary, stable Author: Tracy V. Wilson. Absorbents for liquid-oxygen explosives: their relation to sensitiveness to impact and other properties of L.O.X. / ([Washington, D.C.]: U.S.

Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of Mines, ), by L. Clark and Arthur La Motte (page images at HathiTrust). The Chemistry of Powder and Explosives BY TENNEY L. DAVIS, PH.D. Emeritus Professor of Organic Chemistry Massachusetts Institute of Technology Director of Research and Development National Fireworks, Inc.

COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME PAGES COPYRIGHTED AS VOLUME I, BY TENNEY L. DAVIS PAGES COPYRIGHTED AS VOLUME II, BY TENNEY L. How can I create liquid oxygen at home. Get oxygen very cold at Earth’s normal pressure, and it will naturally liquefy.

Can I use electrolysis of water to get oxygen gas and then convert it into liquid at home. Yes. It is possible to use electroly.

This report was created for strategic planners, international executives and import/export managers who are concerned with the market for water gel and slurries, permissibles, dynamites, black blasting powder, liquid oxygen explosives, nitroglycerin, and other industrial explosives excluding fuel-sensitized ammonium nitrate explosives.temporary storage container for liquid oxygen.

Since the. war. liquid oxygen explosives have. been. used extensively in France. Germany and to a lesser extent in England, Scandinavia, Italy and tile U.S. It has also been, or is being, used in at least one mining property each in r':exico (Pachuca) and Chile (Chuquicamata), and was experim Author: Francis Kinlock Middleton Hunter.Liquid oxygen therapy offers oxygen patients many advantages not found in other therapy options.

The biggest hurdle to using liquid oxygen therapy is the availability of a local service provider for home delivery of liquid oxygen. Liquid oxygen for patients living in rural areas may not be a viable option due to the lack of liquid oxygen : Burt Cancaster.