New York: Plenum Press. – 1977. – 313 p. This volume is about azides that detonate. As such they are unique and important substances to both civil and defense industry, but are also very real threats to life and property if handled ignorantly or irresponsibly. This volume constitutes the second of two which document research and development on the azides supported by the United States Department of the Army during the years 1966-1974 and administered through the Office of the Chief of Research and Development and the Army Material Command. In summarizing the work an attempt has been made to place the activities in perspective with those of colleagues in other countries since World War II, in commerce and other defense installations. The contents are by no means a complete description but are, nevertheless, illustrative of advances in the technology over the last 10-20 years. Contents Contents of Volume 1 Introduction Processes for the Manufacture of Lead and Silver Azide Analysis of Azides for Assay, and in Complex Media Handling, Storability, and Destruction of Azides The Sensitivity to Impact and Friction Electrostatic Sensitivity Sensitivity to Heat and Nuclear Radiation The Role of Azides in Explosive Trains Index
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