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J. Chem. Thermodynamics 27: 707–20. © 2002 by CRC Press LLC Chapter 4 DECOMPOSITION CHEMISTRY OF HIGH-ENERGY-DENSITY FUELS BY FLOW TUBE MASS SPECTROMETRY Z. Li and S. L. Anderson A method is described that allows study of thermal breakdown behavior of organic high-energy-density fuel molecules. In addition to stability vs. temperature results, the distribution of product species as a function of temperature is also determined. The method uses a microﬂow tube reactor to allow study of small samples.
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