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[*] posted on 28-3-2013 at 05:56
High energy organic fuels ?


can someone tell me some common solid fuels with high C and H and low O, for example, C15H16O2 aka bisphenol a. That i can purchase with ease ? thanks for answers.
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[*] posted on 28-3-2013 at 06:39


Anthracene =>C14H10 is very easy to purchase. What is the intended use? In pyrotechnic mixtures you won´t get the stuff to burn completely, even as an additive in high explosive mixtures it seems to be not ideal.
Charcoal is maybe the best option, depending on the intended field of use.




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[*] posted on 28-3-2013 at 07:51


Candle wax would suggest itself as a primary candidate...lots of lovely C and H, but no O. And it's a solid too...just.



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[*] posted on 28-3-2013 at 09:31


Quote: Originally posted by Simbani  
Anthracene =>C14H10 is very easy to purchase. What is the intended use? In pyrotechnic mixtures you won´t get the stuff to burn completely, even as an additive in high explosive mixtures it seems to be not ideal.
Charcoal is maybe the best option, depending on the intended field of use.


very good, any where i can buy this ?
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[*] posted on 28-3-2013 at 11:31


Quote: Originally posted by KonkreteRocketry  
Quote: Originally posted by Simbani  
Anthracene =>C14H10 is very easy to purchase. What is the intended use? In pyrotechnic mixtures you won´t get the stuff to burn completely, even as an additive in high explosive mixtures it seems to be not ideal.
Charcoal is maybe the best option, depending on the intended field of use.


very good, any where i can buy this ?


Strzaly.pl sell anthracene very cheaply.




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