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By Eric Scerri

ISBN-10: 184831616X

ISBN-13: 9781848316164

Whilst used to be radium chanced on? who're Dmitri Mendeleev and Glenn T. Seaborg? Who came upon uranium’s radioactivity? Which aspect turns out to be useful for courting the age of Earth? And why doesn’t gold have a systematic identify? 30-Second components offers you with the very foundations of chemical wisdom, explaining concisely the 50 most vital chemical components. This booklet makes use of useful glossaries and tables to speedy tune your wisdom of the opposite sixty eight parts and the relationships among them all.

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A. Sheffield and R. Engelke Superdetonation Overdriven Detonation Time Steady Detonation Initial Shock Thermal Explosion at Time τ Interface Distance Fig. 26. Time–distance diagram for a homogeneous initiation process according to Campbell et al. [13] and Chaiken [17] in which a thermal explosion occurs at the driver-explosive interface, where the explosive has been shocked the longest, and a superdetonation (running into precompressed material) immediately develops. The superdetonation speed is higher than the normal detonation speed and overtakes the original shock, producing an overdriven detonation in the undisturbed material.

Schematic and streak records were provided by L. G. Hill of Los Alamos National Laboratory. Fig. 24. Data reduction from a PBX 9502 mushroom test showing the high explosive’s ability to turn corners [58]. The data are the breakout times for the various angles from the centerline of the sample. The parts of the data obtained from the center, right, and left traces (see Fig. 23b) are shown as different symbols. Samples with better corner turning ability spread to larger angles at earlier times. This test has been able to assess the effect of density and particle size on the corner turning ability of PBX 9502.

Various aspects of a magnetic particle velocity gauge experiment using an explosive sample: (a) shows the gauge pattern – nine particle velocity gauges and three “shock tracker” gauges, (b) shows how the gauge is installed in the sample, and (c) shows how the target is situated in the gas gun. The technique was originally developed by Vorthman [106] and Vorthman et al. [107] and has been innovated over the years to the method presently used at LANL [92]. strength, and the gauge velocity vs. time is produced; this voltage is recorded by a digitizer.

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