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Eco-friendly Energetic Substances for Initiation Devices

  • Mikhail A. IlyushinEmail author
  • Irina V. Shugalei
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Abstract

The problems of synthesis, properties, and application of eco-friendly primary explosives among organic compounds, simple inorganic salts, coordination complexes, and metastable interstitial composites (MICs) have been discussed. It has been shown that several prospective lead-free primary explosives were prepared and thoroughly studied during last years.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Engineering and TechnologySaint-Petersburg State Institute of Technology (Technical University)Saint-PetersburgRussia

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