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[*] posted on 26-10-2005 at 07:53
Pyridineperchlorate


what about pyridineperchlorate?
in the urbanski II 2.3.8 they type a few lines about it, but nothing obout its explosive power, its stability or the preperation
someone has this informations or did any tests?
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[*] posted on 26-10-2005 at 19:00


I remember reading somewhere ( I thought Federoff) that it has greater power than TNT, which is surprising considering it's bad OB.

As to preparation- well that should be straightforward, with dilute HClO4.

Stability should be fairly high, I'd doubt it has primary characteristics. Hygroscopic possibly.




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[*] posted on 26-10-2005 at 19:12


I also remember something about a complex of silver perchlorate with pyridine being refered to as pyridine perchlorate complex, might run across simlilar information in your quest for more knowledge on the salt of pyridine and perchloric acid. I know there is also a benzene complex made from silver perchlorate and benzene that posesses some explosive characteristics. But like Chemoleo said, the preparation of pyridine perchlorate should be pretty straight foreward, expecially considering the strength of perchloric acid.



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[*] posted on 27-10-2005 at 21:24


It is listed in PATR2700, lead block 95% TNT and about as sensitive as PETN. Low solubility in ethanol so form water solution and precipitate with ethanol.

This is in contrast to some of the better perchlorates (ethylenediamine/phenylenediamine) which tend to be soluble in everything and hygroscopic so a pain to extract and dry.
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[*] posted on 9-9-2010 at 08:37


A Pyridine adduct of Nitroform C5H5N • HC(NO2)3 => 6 CO + 2 N2 + 3 H2
should perform better than TNT , possibly even better than Trinitroaniline
C6H2(NH2)(NO2)3 => 6 CO + 2 N2 + 2 H2

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[*] posted on 9-9-2010 at 09:09


Quote: Originally posted by CD-ROM-LAUFWERK  
what about pyridineperchlorate?



This from Schumacher.

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[51] BP 163 946 1920
[52] BP 168 333 1921
[55] BP 155 627 1917

Sorry too keep this short I cannot post any others.


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[*] posted on 11-12-2020 at 00:16


pyridine perchlorate I would like to add this link to a video on this compound
pyridine perchlorate
https://youtu.be/AEi1nuM2lxc




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