On the detonation parameters of octanitrocubane
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Some widely used methods of calculation are evaluated from the viewpoint of their application in predicting detonation parameters for high, high-density, hydrogen-free explosives (using octanitrocubane as an example). The best results are obtained using the BKW-RDX model (withk CO 2=680) and the Kamlet method.
KeywordsCubane Detonation Velocity Detonation Product High Explosive Trinitrobenzene
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