Explosive material qualification chemistry sublimation studies of hexanitroazobenzene (HNAB)

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Sublimation studies of hexanitroazobenzene (HNAB), Sandia Lot 43-11-B, have shown all sublimation residues to be essentially HNAB (form 3), with HNAB (form 2) found in the sublimates. The sublimation condensate in the lower temperature ranges (80--130 C) has a non nitro group material, and an HNAB like (nitro group) material was found in the 160--190 C condensates. The presence of aliphatic impurity(s) in all fractions, from 80 to 220 C, has been determined albeit the concentration decreases significantly at the higher temperature ranges (200--220 C).

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Clink, G. L. August 1970.

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Sublimation studies of hexanitroazobenzene (HNAB), Sandia Lot 43-11-B, have shown all sublimation residues to be essentially HNAB (form 3), with HNAB (form 2) found in the sublimates. The sublimation condensate in the lower temperature ranges (80--130 C) has a non nitro group material, and an HNAB like (nitro group) material was found in the 160--190 C condensates. The presence of aliphatic impurity(s) in all fractions, from 80 to 220 C, has been determined albeit the concentration decreases significantly at the higher temperature ranges (200--220 C).

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  • Other: DE97009155
  • Report No.: MHSMP--70-28
  • Grant Number: AC04-91AL65030
  • DOI: 10.2172/527455 | External Link
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 527455
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc691152

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Clink, G. L. Explosive material qualification chemistry sublimation studies of hexanitroazobenzene (HNAB), report, August 1970; Amarillo, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc691152/: accessed December 14, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.