Azidonitrotrimethylammonium benzo

Quinone called by Meldol S( Hollely (Ref 2) and called 6-Nitro-2-azido-benzochinon -(1.4)-trimethylimid-(4) in Ger , CH C(NOz) (CH3 )3N C JC O mw 237.22, N XCH C(N3) 29.53 red ndls or red scaIes(from w), mp- becomes dk-brn at 100 and expl was prepd from 2,6-dinitro-4-trimethyl ammonium- 1-benzoquinone by reducing it with ammonium sulfide, converting the nitro-amino compd into a chloride, diazotiz-ing the product and treating it with Na azide. This compd is distinctly basic and its salts with...

B i sam i noethy ln itram i noeth ane

Bis( 2'-aminoetbyl)-etbanedinitramine N,N'-Di (fi-aminoethyl)-ethylenedinitramine or 1,7-D initro-1,4,7,10-tetrazadecane, NH2 mw 236.24, N 35-58 pale yel crysts(from w), mp 242-242.5 (dec) expl when heated in a capillary ignites when thrown on a red-hot plate was prepd by adding to an aq soln of N,N'-bis( S -nitraminoethyl)-ethylenediamine dihydrochloride the calcd quantity of std alkali required to form free amine(Ref 2,pp 21-2) Its dinitrate, C6H,6N604-2HN03, crysts, mp 210-11 expl on...

B i sethy I hexy I phthal ate

C6H4 COO.CH(C2Hs ).CH2.CH2.CH2.CH3I mw 390.54 col liq, d 0.984 at 21 , nQ 1.48691 at 25 , Ql 3298.2kcal mol and Q 252.6kcal mol miscible with ale, eth, acet and many other org solvents. It was suggested as a possible component of propellants Refs l)Beil- not found 2)P.Tavernier & M. Lamouroux.MP 37,203 & 206(1955) Bis(ethyl) hydrazine. Same as Diethylhydrazine

B i smethy I am i nodi n itrotol uene

CH3.C6H(N02)2(NH.CH3)2 mw 240.22, N 23.33 . Two isomers are described in the literature 2,4- Bis( me thy lamino)- 3,5-dinitrotoluene, exists in two forms, red Ifts, mp 168-170 , on crystn from acet converts to yel form, and yel ndls, mp 110 , changes to red form at 140 (Ref 1) and 3,5-Bis(methylamino)-2,4-dinitrotoluenq It red crysts, mp 140 (Ref 2). Other props and methods of prepn are given in the Refs Refs l)Beil 13,142 & (42) 2)Beil 13,165

B istr in itrophenylthiol ethyl benzene or Dipicrylthiollethylbenzene

called 2.4-Bis(2.4.6-trinitro-phenylmercapto) -1-athyl-benzol or 4-Athyl-dithioresorcin-di-pikrylather in Ger , C2Hs.C6H3 S.C6H2(N02)3 2 mw 592.48, N 14.19 dk yel ndls+1 mol C6H6(from benz), mp 197.5-199 , becomes benz free ca 100 readily sol in benz, AcOH & et acet diffc sol in alc was obtd by boiling an alc soln of 2,4 -dithio-l-ethylbenzene with picryl chloride. Its expl props were not detd Refs l)Beil 6,(441) 2)J.Pollak,Monatsh 39,187(1918) JCS 114 1,499(1918) & CA 13, 419(1919)...

Backflash or Backfire Breechflash or Flare

The flash produced at the breech of a gun when the breech is opened after firing a round. This is caused by the ignition (and expln) of CO and hydrogen of combustion gases at the moment of their contact with oxygen of the air. If the temp of the gases is not sufficiently high to produce self-ignition, the back-flash may be caused by a piece of smoldering or burning resi due of proplnt or bag left in the gun barrel after firing. The presence of CO and hydrogen is explained by the...

Beating or Pulping Pilage in Fr of Nitrocellulose

See under Cellulose, Nitro, Manufacture Bebie, Joles( 1877-1956). A professor of Chem Engrg at Washington Univ, St Louis, Mo and author of the book Manual of Explosives, Military Pyrotechnics, Chemical Warfare Agents and of several papers on prepn of expis and NC. Born in Switzerland, he studied in Germany under G. Lunge. Collaborated with E.Berl & G.Lunge Ref 1)J.Bebie private communication 2)Anon, ChemEngrgNews 34,3364(1956) Becco Chemical Div, Food Machinery & CHemi* cal Corp, Buffalo...

Behavior Towards Heat Tests See Sensitivity to Heat Flame etc Vol p XXII

Beilstein, Friedrich K* (1838-1906), known for the monumental work Handbuch der Organischen Chemie, contg info on nearly all known organic compds. Publication was initiated in 1881 as one volume. Since that time, it has grown to nearly 100 books as a collective work. Beilstein was born in Russia of German parentage and became professor of chemistry in 1866(when he was only 28 years of age) at the St Petersburg Institute of Technology, succeeding D.I.Mendeleev. He retired after 30 years and went...

Belgian Ammonium Nitrate Gelatin Dynamites

Belgian Control Tests for Explosives Under the title Essai de Contr le des Explosifs, Dr. L. Deffet described in Chimie et Industrie*, Special Number (1950),pp 445-9, devoted to the 21st International Congress of Industrial Chemistry at Bruxelles(1948), the tests used in Belgium. These tests include the safety tests conducted by the Institut National des Mines for SGP (S curit -Grisou-Poussi re) explosives Following is a brief description of these tests Essai A. Puissance Povi t test). A 10g...

Benzaldehydeoxime and Derivatives

Benzaldebydeoxime (called Benzaldoxim in Ger), C7H7N0, mw 121.13, N 11.56 . It exists in two configurations a-or benz-anti-aldoxime and jS- or benz-syn-aldoxime. Both forms are described in Beil 7,218,221,(121) & 167,169 Azidobenzaldehydeoxime, N3 .C6H4 .CH N.OH', mw 162.15, N 34.56 . Two isomers are described in the literature 2-Azidobenzaldehydeoxime, col ndls (from benz), mp 103-103.5 readily sol in hot benz or hot ligroin can be prepd in several ways(Refs 1 & 3) and...

Benzamide and Derivatives

Benzamide Benzoylamide Benzene Carbon Amide or Benzoic Acid Amide(called Benzamid or Benzol-saure-amid in Ger), C6Hs.CO.NH2 row 121.13, N 11.56 is described in Beil 9,195,(96) & 163 mw 162.15, N 34.56 ndls(from w), mp 135.5-136 sol in ale, glac AcOH, chlf, hot w, or hot benz diffc sol in eth. Its prepn and other props are given in Refs Refs l)Beil9,418 2)E.Bamberger & E.Demuth, Ber 35,1889(1902)

Benzamidine and Derivatives

Benzamidine or Benzylamidine, C6H5.C( NH).NH2 mw 120.15, N 23.32 , crysts, mp ca 80 . Prepn and props in Refs Refs l)Beil 9,280,(129) & 199 2)R.P.Hullin et al, JCS 1947,395 Benzamidine Picrate, C7HBN2+C6H3N307 mw 349.26, N 20.05 yel ndls, mp 228-33 . Can be prepd by evaporating a chloroformic soin of an equimolecular mixt of benzamidine and picric acid Refs l)Beil 9,283 & 199 2)R.P.Hullin et al, JCS 1947,395 Nitrobenzamidines, (02N).C6H4.C( NH).NH2 mw 165.15, N 25.45 . Two isomers are...

Benzeneozomethane and Derivatives

Benzeneazomethane(called Methyl-phenyl-diimid Methanazobenzol or Benzolazomethan in Ger), C6H5.N N.CH3 mw 120.15, N 23.32 yel oil, bp-distills at ca 150 very easily volat on a steam bath. Its prepn and other props are given in Beil 16,7 Benzeneazotrinitromethane or Phenylazotrinitro methane (Benzeneazonitroformate) called l',l', 1' Trinitrobenzeneazomethane in CA, Dec FI (1947-56),p 227F , C6H8.N N.C(N02)3 mw 215.15, N 27.45 yel powd, mp- expl when dry with great violence at 70-5 cannot be...

Benzenesulfonic Acid and Derivatives

Benzenesulfonic Acid (called Benzolsulfonsaure in Ger), C6H5.S03H mw 158.18 solid, when an-hyd, mp 55-6 . It forms numerous salts and other derivs, some of which are expl. The prepn and props are given in Beil 11,26-9,(18-20) & 9-11 -This compd can cause serious local toxicity to skin and mucous membranes, as reported by Sax (I957),p 347 Benzenesulfonyl Azide(called Benzolsulfonsaure-azid in Ger), C6H5.S02.N3 mw 183-19, N22.94 yel oil, mp expl on heating easily sol in ale, eth or chlf. Can...

Benzenesulfonic Acid Azoacetylhydrozidecalled

Benzolsulfosaure-azo-acet-hydrazid 1- 4-Sulfo -phenyl -4-acetyl-tetrazen-(l) or 4-Sulfo-benz-oldiazo - (3-acetyl-hydrazid in Ger),H03S.C6-H4.N N.NH.C0.CH3 mw 258.26, N 21.70 . Its Sodium salt, NaCBHgN404S+2H20, wh lustrous cryst, produced from diazobenzenesulfonic acid and acetylhydrazide, explodes when heated. In w, the Na benzenesulfonate salt gives hydrogen azide and Na sulfanilate NaOH and p-toluene-diazonium chloride convert it into hydrogen azide and Na p-toluenediazoaminobenzenesulfonate...

Benzimidazole and Derivatives

Benzimidazole 1,3-Benzodiazole o-Phenylene formamidine or Benzoglyoxaline (called n,n' -Meth-enyl-o-phenylendiamin or Benzimidazol in Ger), c jj j H mw 118.13, N 23.72 . It fojrms numerous salts and other derivs and addn compds, some of which are expl. Other props & prepn are given in Refs 1 & 2. Its picrate, is described in Refs UBeil 23,131,(35) & 151 2)A.T.James & E.E.Turner,JCS 1950,1515 & CA 45,1116(1951) 3)L.Monti & G.Franchi.Gazz 81,772(1951) & CA 48,3976(1954)...

Benzin Benzine Petroleum Benzin or Gasoline

A mixt of hydrocarbons obtd from the second portion of the fractional distillates, betw 70-90 , of crude petroleum. It is a clear col liq of d 0.640 -0.675 insol in w but miscible with ale, eth, oils and carbon disulfide(Ref 1). This mixt is considered by Sax(Ref 3) to be si toxic but dangerous when exposed to heat or flame. This mixt should not be confused with benzene or benzene homologues. It can be used as an insecticide and as a solv for some expls. The Germans used it during WW II as one...

Benzocarbazole and Derivatives

Three isomers are described in Beil 20,494,495,(179) & 319 and five isomers are given in the CA Decennial Subject Index 41*50, 1652s(1947-1956) Nitrosobenzocarbazole, C1gH10N.NO. Two isomers are described in Beil 20,495 & 496 Mononitrobenzocarbazole, C)gH10N2O2- One isoer is described in Beil 20,(179) Dinitrobenzocarbazole, C)gH9N304. One isomer is described in Beil 20,(179) T-rinitrobenzocarbazole, C1gH8N4Og, not found in Beil or CA thru 1956...

Benzophenyltriazole and Derivatives

Benzophenyltriazole or Phenylbenzo triazole,2-H9N3 mw 195.22, N 21.23 . (Several isomers of either a-v(or l,2,3)-triazole or 3-v(or 2,3,1) -triazole are described in Beil 26,39 & 18,46 fAononitrobenzophenyltriazole, C12H8N402 mw 240.22, N 23.3 . Several isomers are described in the literature Refs l)Beil 26,39,44,(11) & 26 2)K.Fries et al,Ann 511,247(1934) & CA 28,5447(1934) Dinitrobenzophenyltriazole.C, 2H7Ns04 mw 285.22, N 24.56 . Several isomers are described in the literature(Refs...

Benzophenyltriazole Di hydro and Derivatives

Dihydroxybenzophenyltriazole (called Dioxy-phenylbenztriazol in Ger), C12HgN302, mw 227.22, N 18.49 . Several isomers are described in Beil 26,(34) 2H7N506 mw 317.22, N 22.08 . One isomer, 2-(3, is described in Beil 26, 19 Trinitro-, C12HgNg08 and Tetranitro-, CJ2H5N7-0 0,Derivatives of Dihydroxybenzophenyltriazole, were not found in Beil or in CA thru 1956 Pentanitrodihydroxybenzophenyltriazole f called Pentanitrodihydroxyphentriazole or in CA and called 5,7-Dinitro-4-oxy-2- 2.4.6-trinitro-3...

Benzophenyltriazole Hydroxyand Derivatives

Hydroxybenzophenyltriazole (called Oxyphenyl-benztriazol in Ger), C 12HgN30 mw 211.22, N 19.90 . Several isomers are described in Beil Mononitrohydroxybenzophenyltriazole, C, 2H8N4-03 mw 256.22, N 21.87 . One isomer 2-phenyl--nitro-5-hydroxy-benzotriazole is described in Beil 26,)30) Dinitrohydroxybenzophenyltriazole, C( 2H7NgOg mw 301.22, N 23.25 - not found in Beil, but its isomer It yel crysts, mp 195-6 , is listed in Beil 26,50 Trinitro hydroxy benzophenyltriazole, Cf 2H6Ng07 mw 346.22, N...

Benzoquinone And Derivatives

Benzoquinone Q iinane o-(or)p-Dioxybenzene Benzenone or Dihydrodiketobenzene , CgH402 mw 108.09, O 29.60 . This compd exists as the ortho and para isomers l,2(or o)-Benzoquinone called Benzochinon-(1.2) o-BenZochinon o -Chinon or Cyclohexadien-(1.3)-dion-(5.6) in Ger , CH CHX HC CrO bright red form, transparent, XCH-C( 0)' 4-sided octagonal tablets or prisms, mp dec on standing or beginning ca 60-70 col form, col prisms, mp expl occasionally, giving off grn-brn smoke in a little ethereal soln,...

Benzoquinone dioxime Oxidation Product[cal

Led p-Dinitrosobenzal by Nietzki & Kehrmann (Ref 2) and called p-Benzoquinonedioxime Peroxide by Forster & Barker(Ref 3) , .N CgH4 N.& , mw 136.11, N 20.58 golden-yel ppt, mp dec with mild expln when heated rapidly very si sol in common org solvs was prepd by the oxidn of benzoquinone-l,4-dioxime in alk soln with K ferri-cyanide(Ref 2) and by the action of hydrazine hydrate in boiling ale soln on p-phenylenediamine (Ref 3) Refs l)Beil 7,628 & (345) 2)R.Nietzki & F- , ,...

Benzoquinonedioxime and Derivatives

Benzoquinone- 1,4-dioxime called Benzochinon -(1.4)-dioxim or p-Chinondioxim in Ger , HO.N -C6H4 N.OH mw 138.12, N 20.28 It gray granular crysts(from boiling w) or It yel ndls(hydrate), mp 240 (dec) sol in concd NH40H si sol in w v si sol in dil aqNH40H was first prepd by Nietzki & Kehrmann(Ref 2) by various methods. Other props and methods of prepn are given in Ref 1. Benzoquinone-l,4-dioxime forms interesting derivs, some of which are expl(see below). Jerczak & Fettes(Ref 3) proposed...

Benzoquinoneimine and Derivatives

Benzoquinone-1,4-monoimine called Benzochinon -(1.4)-monoimid p-Chinon-monoimid or p-Chinon-imid in Ger , HN C6H4 0 mw 107.11, N 13.08 It sulfur-yel crysts, mp expl mildly on heating unstable in the dry state readily sol in eth or benz mod sol in CS2 other props & prepn are given in Refs Refs l)Beil 7,619 & 574 2)R.Willst tter & A. Pfannenstiel,Ber 37,4607(1904) 3)F.Kehrmann, Ber 56,2399(1923) Benzoquinone* lp4*monochloroimine called Benzo-chinon-( 1.4)-mono-chlorimid...

Benzyl Cyanide and Derivatives

Benzyl Cyanide or Phenyl Acetcmitrile (called Benzylcyanid, Phenylacetonitril or Phenylessig-saure-nitril in Ger), C6Hs.CH2.OSI mw 117.14, N 11.96 oily liq with aromatic odor, fr p -23.8 , bp 233.5 , d 1.021 at 15 toxicity is discussed in Sax(Ref 2) other props & prepn are given in Beil(Ref 1) Refs l)Beil 9,441,(176) & 302 2)Sax(1957), 355 & 521 Mononitrobenzyl Cyanide, 02N.C6H4.CH2.CN mw 162.14, N 17.28 . Three isomers 2-,3- and 4-Nitrobenzyl Cyanides are described in Beil...

Benzylbenzoate and Derivatives

Benzylbenzoate(Benzyl Ester of Benzoic Acid) (called Benzoesaurebenzylester or Benzylbenz-oat in Ger), C6HsC02.CH2.C6Hs mw 212.24, O 15.08 , OB to C02 -241 liq at RT, ndls or Ifts on prolonged cooling, fr p 19.4-21 , bp 324 at 760mm, dec on heating for 2hrs at 340-50 , d 1.112 at 25 sol in acet, ale, AcOH, chlf, CS2, eth, benz, MeOH, petr eth or xylol insol in w or glycerin toxicity discussed by Sax(Ref 3) can be prepd by heating benzoic acid with benzyl alcohol at the bp or in the presence of...

Benzylmalonic Acid and Derivatives

Benzylmalonic Aci'fi called 1-Phenyl-athan-di-carbonsaure-(l.l) in Ger , CgHs .CH .CH(COOH) mw 194.18, crysts(from eth), mp 121 , dec cal8( Other props & prepn are given in Beil 9,868,(381) & 619 p*Nitrobenzylmalonazidic Acid (called p-Nitro-benzyl-malonazidsaure in Ger), 02N.C6H4.CH2-, CH(CO.N3).COOH mw 264.20, N 21.21 fine ndls(from eth), expl when heated on a metallic spatula in a flame was prepd by treating p-nitro-benzylmalonhydrazidic acid with aq Na nitrite as indicated in Ref 2....

Benzylphenyl Ether and Derivatives

Benzylphenyl Ether or Phenylbenzyl Ether(Called Phenylbenzylather in Ger),c6h5.ch2.O.cghj it is described in Beil 6,432,(220) & 411 Mononitrobenzylphenyl Ether, 02N.cgh4.ch2.0-c6hg mw 231.24 N 6.06 . Two isomers are deScribed in Beil 6,449,450,(223) & 425 Benzylmononitrophenyl Ether, cghg.ch2.0.cg-h4.N02 mw 231.24, M 6.06 . Three isomers are described in Beil 6,433,(220) & 412 Mononitrobenzyl-mononitrophenyl Ether, 02N.cg-h4.ch2.0.c6h4.N02 mw 274.23, N 10.22 . Three isomers are...

Benzyltoluidine and Derivatives

Benzyltoluidine (called Tolyl-benzylamin or Methyl -phenyl-benzylamin in Ger), CgHg.CH2.NH.CgH4 -CH3 mw 197.27, N 7.10 . Three isomers are listed in Beil 12,1033,(452) & 551,552 . Detailed description of their prepn is given in OrgSynth 21,108-9(1941) Nitro sob enzyltoluidin e, Cf4H,4N20 mw 210.27, N 13.33 . Four isomers are described in Beil 12, 1033,1034,1071 & 573 Mononitrobenzyltoluidine, C)4H14N202 mw 226.27, N 12.38 . Three isomers are described in Beil 12,1033,1078 & 577...

Bi saryltetrazol ylformi mi ne

Ar.C N-N-C N-N C.Ar class of compds N N NH N N was discussed by R.L.Scott et al in JACS 75, 5309-12(1953). Nitrated derivs of these compds might find use in expl compns or in proplnts Bis(azidobenzylidene)*azine and Derivatives Bis*(a*azidobenzylidene)*azine called Bis- a -azido-benzylidenl-hydrazin or Dibenzhydrazid-azid in Ger ,C6Hs.C(N3) N.N C(N3).C6H5, mw 290.28, N 38.60 , ndls(from CC14) having an odor of benzonitrile mp 139 (dec) expl on heating over a flame sol in chlf, CC14, ligroin or...

Bi snitrophenyl azo nitrolnaphthol

C22H13N707, mw 487.38, N 20.12 dk crysts (from benz or acet+w), mp 265 mod sol in benz or toluene si sol in anisole or acet diffc sol in ale insol in alkalies dissolves in in concd H2S04 giving a green color was prepd by treating 4-nitrobenzene< l-azo-4> -5 -nitro-l-naphthol in ale soln with 4-nitro-benzene-l-diazoniumchloride. Its expl props were not investigated Refs l)Beil 16,162 2)F.Kaufler & E.Braure, Ber 40,3272(1907) & JCS 9 2 I, 799(1907) Bis(phenylazoxy)*azoxybenzene. See...

Bifuryl and Derivatives

A,a-Bifury 1(2,2'-DiiuryI or-a,a'-Difuryl),C8H602-, is described in Beil 19, 26 12.50 . Yel-brn prisms with blue reflection(from benz), mp 213-4 insol in alkalies & dil acids. Was first prepd by Marquis in 1905(Ref 2)by treating furan with fuming nitric acid(d 1.51) in presence of acetic anhydride. The yield was poor. Rinkes (Ref 3) prepd it on heating 2-bromo-5-nitrofuran with the activated Cu powder of J.Piccard. The yield was poor but better than that of Marquis. Rinkes also proved the...

Biguanidine and Derivatives

Biguanidine(Hydrazobisformamidine or Hydrazodi-carbonamidine), H2N.C( NH).NH.NH.C( NH).NH2, mw 116.13, N 72.36 . Its dinitrate, C2H8N6.2HN03.H20, crysts, mp 132 (with evoln of gas) defl at 181 was prepd by Thiele, Many derivs of biguanidine, including the dinitro comp, are known but no description of biguanidine itself could be found Refs-. l)Beil3,120 2)J.Thiele,Ann 270,42(1892) & 273,140(1893)

Biological Oxidation See Biooxidation

Bio oxidation, Biological Oxidation or Biochemi* cal Oxidation is a method for disposal of organic process water-borne wastes by the action of living organisms. Techniques for bio-oxidation may be divided into two general categories. The oldest method is to pass the wastes through a stationary biological bed, or trickling filter. The second method (first proposed during the period of 1910-1920) is to pass the biological growths through the wastes. This process is called activated sludge. Both...

Bisanilinoazobenzene and Derivatives

Bis( anilino)-azobenzene, C_ mw 364.43, N 15.38 . This compd, although not found in the literature, may be considered as the parent compd of its dinitro deriv described below not found 2)CA- not found 3,3'*B i s(2,4*di nitroan i I ino)*azoben zene called (2.4-Dinitro-diphenylamin)-< 3 azo-3> - (2'.4' -dinitro-diphenylamin) in Ger , (02N)2CgH3-NH.C6H4.N 2 mw 544.43, N 20.58 golden-yel ndls(from pyridine), mp in hot pyridine and in benzoic acid ethylester insol in other solvs was prepd by the...

Bisbiphenyltriazene and Derivatives IIIIBispbiphenyltriazene lDipbiphenyl

-triazene 4-Diazoaminobiphenyl or 4,4'-Diphenyl-diazoaminobenzene called 1.3-Bis-p-diphenylyl -triazen-(l) in Ger , C6H5.C6H4.N N.NH.C6H4.C6H5 mw 349-42, N 12.03 yel plates or ndls(from warm ale), mp 147 sol in benz, AcOH, ale & some other org solvs insol in w & dil acids can be prepd by diazotizing p-aminobiphenyl, CgH5.C6H4.NH2 (2 mols) in AcOH with Na nitrite(l mol) or by other methods(Ref 1) Some of its salts are expl, for example Perchlorate, (C6HS.C6H4)2N2.NH.C104 crysts, expl on...

Bisbiphenylylamine and Derivatives

Bis(p-biphenylyl)-amine (called 4.4'-Diphenyl -diphenylamin or Bis-p-diphenylyl-amin in Ger), C6Hs.C6H4- 2NH mw 321.40, N 4.36 lfts (from benz or xylol), mp 209 other props and methods of prepn are given in Beil 12,(546) & 755 or Bis 3.2'.-4'-trinitro-diphenylyl-(4)-amin in Ger(Ref 1) and by LeFevre et al(Ref 2) ,

Bisbromoanilinopropane and Derivatives

1,3-Bis(bromo' phenylamino)'propane, Br.C6H4.NH.CH2.CH2.CH2.NH.C6H4.Br. One isomer is described in Ref 2,p 1009 1,3-Bis( bromo-nitroanilinohpropane, Br. One isomer is described in Ref 2,p 1009 l,3-Bis(bromo-dinitroanilino)'propane, Br. One isomer is described in Ref 2,p 1009 1,3-Bis( bromo-dinitro-nitranilino)-propane, C,5H10Br2N8O, 2 mw 654.13, N 17.12 . One isomer is known cream-col scales(from dil acet) mp 167 , expl at higher temp was prepd by nitrating l,3-bis(4'-bromoanilino)-propane or...

Bisdimethylaminotriphenylmethane and Derivatives

Bis(dimethylamino)-triphenylmethane or Tetra-methyl-diamino-triphenylmethane, C23H26N2-Three isomers are described in Beil 13,273-5, (89) & 135 Mononitro-bis( dimethylamino)-triphenylm ethane, C23H2gN302. Three isomers are described in Beil 13,278-80 & 136 Dinitro-bis( dimethylamino)-triphenylmethane, C_,H N 0 Two isomers are described in Tri-, Tetra- and Pentanitro Derivatives, were not found in Beil or in CA thru 1956 Hexanitro ' bi s( dimethyl ami no) tri phenyl methane,...

Bisdiphenylcarbamide Ethylenediamine Complex

See under Diphenylcarbamide Complexes Suitable as Stabilizers and Gelatinizers in Smokeless Propellants Bis*diphenylurea (called Bis diphenyluree in Fr and N.N'-Bis diphenylaminoformyl-hydrazin in Ger),(C6Hs)2N.C0.NH.NH.C0.N(C6Hs)2 mw 422.47, N 13.26 col crysts, mp 215-217 , giving a Wh vapor Q 3214kcal mol Q -14.6kcal mol sol in acet si sol in cold w, ale or chlf was prepd by reacting 1 mol of hydrazine hydrate with 2 mols of diphenylcarbamic acid chloride (Refs 1 & 2). This compd was...

Bisnitrobenzylideneaminoguanidine[called

or in Ger , (02N.C6H4.CH N.NH-)2C NH mw 355-31, N 27-60 yel crysts, mp 240-242 insol in common org solvs was prepd by reacting the hydro-bromide of N,N'-diamino-guanidine and m-nitro-benzaldehyde in ale. It forms salts, such as the Hydrobromide, C, gH, 3N704+HBr, yel pdr,gradually reddens in the air and dec at 292 . Other props are given in the Refs. The expl props of the compd and its salts were not detd Refs l)Beil 7,(140) 2)A.Gaiter,Gazz 45 1,454 (1915) & JCS 108 1,656(1915)

Bisphenylethyleneglycol Ether and Derivatives

Bis(phenyl)-ethyleneglycol Ether or 1,2-Di-phenoxy-ethane (called Athylen-glykol-di-phenyliither or a. 3-Diphenoxy-athan in Ger), CgHs.O.CH2.CH2.O.C6Hs mw 214.25, is described in Beil 6,146 & 150 Bis(mononitrophenyl)- ethylene glycol Ether or l,2-Bis(nitrophenoxy)-ethane called Athylen -glykol-bis(nitro-phenylather) in Ger , 02N.C6H4.0.-CH2.CH2.0.C6H4.N02 mw 304.25, N 9.21 . Three isomers are described in Beil 6,219,224,232 & 223 Ether or 1, 2-Bis(2,4'dinitrophenoxy)-ethane called in Ger...

Bis[aazidoor anitrobenzylideneazine

Bis*(azidothioformyl) di sulfide (called Azidocarbon-disulfide by Audrieth and Bis-azidothioformyl-di-sulfid or Azidoschwefelkohlenstoff in Ger), N3.C( S).S.S.C( S).N3, mw 236.31, N 35.57 wh solid mp-detonates with great violence> 40 or when subjected to shock unstable even at RT v si sol in w(0.03 ) si sol in benz or CS2 sol in methanol, ethanol, ether, CC14 & xylene v sol in acet & et acet. Can be prepd by treating azido-dithiocarbonic acid (see Vol l,p A632-L) or its alkaline salts...

Bixylyl and Derivatives

Bixylyl Dixylyl or Te tramethyl-bipbenyl (called Tetramethyl-diphenyl in Ger), (CH3)2C6H3.C6H3(CH3)2 mw 210.30, H 8.63 . The sym isomers 2,4,2',4'-Tetramethyl- 2,5,-2',5'-Tetramethyl- 2,6,2',6'-Tetramethyl-(Ref 2) and 3,4,3',4'-Tetramethyl-biphenyl are described in the literature Refs l)Beil 5,620,(292,293) & 522 2)J.Guy, JChimPhys 46,469(1949) & CA 44,4298(1950) Dinitro-bixylyl or Dinitro-(tetramethyl-biphenyl), C,6H14N408, mw 390.30, N 14.36 . Two forms of the isomer x,x,x,x-T...

Black Diamond Black Diamond NuGel A

Brand of nongelatinous US permissible explosives manufd by Illinois Powder Manufacturing Co, St Louis, Mo Ref Bebie(1943),p 33 Black Dynamite. A mixt of powd coke and sand, impregnated with 45 by wt of NG Refs l)Daniel(1902),p 583 2)Clift & Fedoroff, Vol 4(1946),p 10 Black Liquor. A by-product of paper manuf, contg tar in addn to a small amt of aromatic hydrocarbons and phenolic compds. It was considered impracticable to use this tar, or any fraction thereof, as a source of raw materials for...

Black Powders Containing Potassium Nitrate Used in European Countries BkPdrs used in

Europe have practically the same formulations as those used in the US. As an example, the following compns of powders were used in France before WW II(Ref 12,p 280) Poudre de Guerre (Military powder) Poudre de mine forte (Strong mining expl) Poudre de mine ordinai (Ordinary mining expl) Poudre de mine lente (Slow mining expl) Poudre de chasse* (Sporting powder) Poudre d guerre brun (Brown military powder) *P.Tavernier,MP 36,232(1954) gives for black sporting powder KN03 75-78, charcoal 12-15...

Blanketing Compositions for Blasting Explo sives See under Sheathed Explosives

Blank Powder is used in firing signals, for saluting, for manoeuvres and, in fact, in all cases where it is required to make noise of firing without ejecting a projectile. Instead of projectiles felt wads are used. As the wads do not offer resistance to the expansion of pdr gases, the pressure in the weapon decreases after firing almost to zero. In order to offer greater resistance to the pdr gases the cartridge is sometimes provided with a mock shot made of hollow wood or other suitable...

Blast Effects In Air Earth And Water

Blast Impulse and Blast Pressure)(the latter is called Detonations-d V in Ger) In military operations it is a known fact, proved during WWII, that greater damage can be done to installations by blast effects from bombs than by metal fragments from bombs or other conventional projectiles. Blast waves act as a severe earthquake and cover a circular area, whereas bomb fragments do damage only at random points of impact When a bomb type HE(such as TNT, Comp B, HBX...

CA Trinitrobenzoic Acid Anhydride or Trinitro

Benzoylanhydride, (02N)3C H2.C0 20 mw496.22, N 16.94 , yel ndls, mp 270 (dec) si sol in benz. Was obtd, together with 2,4,6-trinitrobenzoylchlo-ride, on treating 2,4,6-trinitrobenzoic acid with a mixt of phosphorus pentachloride and oxychlo-ride. Care should be taken to prevent overheating, which might result in an expl. Another method of prepn is given in Ref 3 Refs l)Beil9,417 2)J.J.Sudborough JCS 67,600 (1895) 3)R.Reed,Jr,J ACS 77,3404-R(1955) & CA 50,4071(1956)

Chchch chchch

O 27.79 col ndls, mp 68-70 , expl violently on attempting to purify it by vac distn was prepd by treating cyclohexanone with H202. When treated with dil H2S04 it gave an intermediate product .OH peroxide in Ref 5,P 171 and with concd H,SO. it gave cyclohexanone monoperoxide,C6H T (Ref 2,pp 143-4 & 149) Refs l)Beil-not found 2)M.Stoll & W.Scherrer, Helv 13,142-4 & 146-9(1930) CA 24,2732(1930) 3)N.A.Milas et al,JACS61,2431(1939) 4)R. Criegee et al.Ann 565,7(1949) & CA 44,1917(1950)...

Chcicch mw ch

Col mobile liq, mp -0.8 , bp 26 at 0.2 mm and 50 at 2mm expl violently at 125-7 d 0.889 at 20 Qc 1869kcal mol nD 1.415 at 20 miscible with acet, octane or toluene insol in q no serious toxicological hazard in normal handling but high concns of vapor or liq in contact with skin should be avoided can be prepd by reacting t-butyl hydroperoxide with methyl ethyl ketone in the presence of an acid catalyst(Refs 2 & 3) This liq must not be distilled at atm press in a coned state it can be decompd...

Chcnov

CH-C( NC1)X yel pdr, mp expl readily sol in acet sol in methanol, ale or glac AcOH si sol in benz, eth or xylol diffc sol in cold w partially decompg in boiling w was obtd, in an impure state, by treating a soln of picramic acid, in the presence of HC1, with cold chlorine water, The expl props of this compd were .not investigated Refs l)Beil 7, 567 2)S.Blaszkovska,BullInter-AcadPolonaise 9 10A,409(1924) JCS128 11,1043 (1925) & CA 20,1552(1926)

Chcon

It yel pdr, mp dec at 202-3 with evoln of gas defgr when heated on a Pt foil in flame could not be obtained in cryst state because it is insol in neutral solvents such as eth, benz or chlf and is decompd by solvents such as ale. Can be prepd by adding dropwise aq NaN02 soln to the corresponding hydrazohydrazide dissolved in cold dil HC1 Refs l)Beil- not found 2)T.Curtius & W.Sand-haas,JPraktChem 125,93 & 100-1(1930) & CA 24,3231(1930) Benzyldiphenylamine or Diphenylbenzylamine,...

Chsson

It-yel ndls mp dec explosively at 163 . Was prepd by diazotizing 5-amino-2-benzenesulfaminotoIu-ene with coned HCl, aq Na nitrite and pptg the product by treating the filtrate with Na acetate Refs l)Beil 16,608 2)G.T.Morgan & F.M. MicklethwaitJCS 87,925-6(1905) (called or p-Xylochinon-benzol-sulfonylimid-diazid in

Coooco

XCOOH HOOC 38.76 ndls, mp 156 (d ec), expl on heating to higher temps diffc sol in all org solvs was prepd by treating an alkaline soln of monoperphthalic acid(C02H.CgH4 .C03H) with phthalic anhydride or by the direct action of H2Oz on finely divided phthalic anhydride in the presence of NaOH Refs l)Beil 9,804 2)A.Baeyer & V.Villiger, Ber 34,763(1901) JCS 80 1,326(1901)

Diazidortrinitrobenzene or Picryldiazide

(02N)3C6H(N3)2, mw 295.14, N 42.72 , OB to C02-35.2 yel crysts, mp 92 . Was prepd by heating a soln of picryl dichloride with Na azide. It is an extremely sensitive expl Refs l)Beil- not found 2)Blatt,OSRD 2014(1944), listed under Nitro Compounds l,3,5*Triazido*2,4 dinitro> benzene, (02N)2C6H-(N3)3, mw 291.16, N 52.93 , OB to C02 -46.7 . Crysts(from ale), mp 116-7 (dec) compd turns brn at 50 and becomes semi-liq insol in w sol in acet or boiling ale, si sol in cold ale. A comp prepd by...

Errata in

Bzl Benzyl, C6HS-CH2- instead of C HS -CH-Add propln propulsion propn(s) proportion(s) instead of propulsion Delete ps parts per second SC Solventless Cordite instead of solventless, carbamite TNBAc instead of TNBA for Trinitrobenzoic Acid TNBzN Trinitrobenzoyl Nitrate instead of Trinitro-benzyl Nitrate Delete WAAC Woolwich Arsenal RevScInst instead of RevChimlnd Thorpe(1940) instead of Thorpe(1949) Ullmann, vol 4(1929) instead of vol 4(1926) Esplosivi instead of Explosivi Formula should read...

FPentanitrobenilNCHCO

C0.C6H2(N02)3 mw 435.22, N 16.09 , OB to C02 -68.0 col crysts, turn orn-brn in the light mp 261 (dec). This compd was prepd by nitration of 2,4,6-trinitrostilbene or 2,4,6,2'-tetranitrostil-bene with mixed nitric and sulfuric acids. Penta-nitrobenzil is also obtd from 2,4,6,2',4'-penta-nitrostilbene under similar conditions. It does not form addn compds with naphthalene or anthracene but thiophthene yields an impure yel prod, mp 220-4 . The pentanitrobenzil is recovered unchanged after boiling...

Hccchch

35-91 prisms(from w or benz), mp 104-5 expl in flame but not by friction was prepd by treating anhyd tetramethyl-l,4-butanediol with75 hydrogen peroxide(Ref 2,p 141) Its Acetone Compound(cal ed in CA 5th Decennial Formula Index),(CH3)2C-CH2-CH2-C(CH3)2 00-C(CH3)2-00 mw 218.29, O 29-32 crysts(from methanol), mp 42-3 expl at higher temp was obtd by allowing a mixt of anhyd acetone and anhyd Cu sulfate to stand for 14 days(Ref 3,p 18) Benzolation of 2,5-bis(hydroperoxy-2,5-dimethyl) -hexane...

Hcchcoch

Their props & prepn are given in Beil 19,22,(613) & 20,21 Mononitrobenzodioxan, C0H7NO4 mw 181.14, N 7.73 . The 6(or 7)-Nitro deriv of 1,4-benzodioxan (called 4-Nitro deriv by Vorlander and by Heertjes et al) ndls(from w or ale), mp 121-2 , was prepd by direct nitration of the parent compd(Refs 1,2, 3 & 4) Refs l)Beil 19,22 2)D.Vorlander,Ann 280,206 (1894) 3)P.M.Heertjes et al, Rec 60,572(1941) & CA 37,620(1943) 4)P.M.Heertjes & L.J.Revallier, Rec 69,263(1950)...

Hccno onccroH

This compd, as well as its salts, was claimed to have been prepd by von Herz but no method of prepn is given in the patent(Ref 2). Its K or Pb salts, or the compd itself, were proposed for use in initiators together with PETN as a base chge. The initiating power of this compd, or its salts, was claimed to be greater than that of LA l)Beil- not found 2)E. von Herz,BritP 207563(1922) CA 18, 1573-4(1924) & JSCI 43, 451T(1924) Pentanitrobiphenol, C12HsNg012, mw 411.20, N...

Hn

In addn to its uses as an expl, Yoshin-aga(Ref 24) patented the use of 2,4,6-TNBAc, alone or mixed with a fatty acid, lithophone, talc & pine tar as an aide in the vulcanization of rubber compds. Smith & Wilkins(Ref 26) proposed the use of highly purified 2,4,6-TNBAc as a primary std in acidimetry Refs l)Beil 9,417,(168) & 2851 2)F.Tiemann & W.E.Judson.Ber 3,224(1870) 3)A.Hantzsch & H.Kissel,Ber 32,3143(1899) 4)C.Krauz & O.Turek ChemAge 13, 392(1925) & CA 20,824(1925)...

Info

N 36.18 , OB to C02 -132.2 col crysts, mp-expl ca 122 or on impact sol in cold concd H2S04, from which it may be pptd with w insol in w nearly insol in common org solvs can be prepd by treating 1, l-dichloroamino-5-(o-chloro-phenyl)-a -tetrazole with aq KI soln followed by addn of an aq soln of a thiosulfate Refs l)Beil- not found 2)R.StoIle et alJPrakt Chem 138,2 & 10-11(1933) & CA 27,4798(1933) 3)F.R.Benson,ChemRevs 41,16( 1947) l,4*Bi s(diazo) butane, N2CH.CH2.CH2.CHN2 mw 110.12, N...

LBis trinitrophenylnitraminopro pane See under Bisanilinopropane

Bismuth, Bi, at wt 209.00, reddish-wh metal, mp 271 , bp 1436-1440 , d 9.78 at 20 , d(mol-ten state) 10.07 at 271 , mean sp heat(0-270 ) 0.03cal g, Qvap2n 42.7kcal mol, thermal conductivity 0.018cal sec sq cm C cm oxidizes in moist air at RT unites directly with halogens & sulfur H2S04 converts it to Bi sulfate HN03 reacts with Bi evolving N oxides. Nicholson & Reedy(Ref 4) reported the details in which violent explns can occur when metallic Bi is heated with concd HC104. This fact had...

LBis[NmethyUt dinitrophenyl nitraminopropaneHCNCHNN

CH2.CH2.CH2.N(N02).C6H2(N02)2CH3 mw 524.36, N 21.38 pale yel crysts, mp 181 (decomp at a lower temp if impure) expl on heating to a higher temp sol in dioxane si sol in boiling alc, chlf or benz insol in w, eth or petr eth was prepd by nitrating either 1,3 -bis(4'-methylphenylamino)-propane or l,3-bis(4' Refs l)Beil- not found 2)V.L.C.Veer,Rec 57,1005-1006 & 1013(1938)

Lor lTrinitrobenzene TNB col

Lfts with grn cast(from abs ale), mp 127 si sol in ale insol in w. It was first prepd in a pure state by K rner & Contardi(Ref 10) from dinitro-benzenediazonium nitrate and NaNOz in the presence of a Cu salt. Other methods of prepn are given in Ref 1. This TNB is unstable, especially in regard to the 3rd nitro group which is easily hydrolyzed or otherwise removed l,2,4(or l,3,4)-Trinitrobenzene(l,2,4.TNB), col lfts(from eth) or lt-yel prisms(from dil ale), mp 60-2 , d 1.73 at 16 676kcal...

Mach Reflection

Swampy ground makes a relatively huge crater, while in a rock formation only a small crater will be formed. An expl of low deton rate, that produces a large vol of gases, may form a larger crater than TNT, if the chge is well below the surface and the ground is not too hard or rocky. If the chge is on the surface, a low-rate expl makes a smaller crater than TNT because of the weaker scouring action of the lower velocity gases The volume, in cu ft, of a crater produced on average soil by coml...

Mononitrobenzamide Nchcnh mw

Three isomers are described in the literature 2-Nitrobenzamide, ndls(from dil ale), mp 174-176.6 (Ref 1) 3-Nitrobenzamide, col ndls, mp 140-3 , bp 310-15 . This compd was prepd in 1848 by heating ammonium-3-nitroben-zoate this reaction sometimes resulted in explosions. It can be prepd safely by a number of other methods (Ref 2) 4'Nitrobenzamide, ndls (from w), mp 197-201.4 (Ref 3) Refs l)Beil 9,373,(152) & 246 2)Beil 9,381, (155) & 252 3)Beil 9,394 & 271...

N i tron i trosoam i nohydroxy lbenzoquinone

228.12, N 24.56 dk-yel plates(from acet+w) or crysts(from w), mp expl violently on heating readily sol in glac AcOH mod sol in ale si sol in benz, chlf or ligroin was prepd from aq 6-nitro -4-aminoresorcinol hydrochloride or hydrobromide and 2 mols of Na nitrite in acid soln at 0 . Its Na & K acetate solns have a dark-grn color the crysts of these salts sometimes expl by only rubbing with a glass rod under water Refs l)Beil 14,(494) 2)G.Heller & A.Sourlis, Ber 43,2585(1910) & JCS 98...

NNBishydroxypropylethylenediamine Same as NNDipropylolethylenediamine

5,5' Bis( l hydroxytetrazole) or 5,5'-Bi(1-hydroxy-tetrazole) icalled l.l'-Dioxy- di-tetrazolyl-(5.5') in Ger , N-N(0H)-C-C-N(OH)- mw 170.10, N 65.88 col ndls(from w) or lfts(from ale) color gradually becomes yel to brn on storage mp expl violently on heating to 176 sol in ale or boiling w insol in other solvs dissolves in concd H2S04 with si foaming gives a It brn-red color with ferric chloride dec on heating with dil alkali was prepd by treating the hydrazine salt of oxaldilydrazide dioxime...

NNBistrinitrophenylguanidine or Hexanitrodiphenyl Guanidine

481.26, N 26.20 no description found was proposed in 1923 Dy 01sen(Ref 2) as a booster charge was prepd as a mixt of the hexanitro deriv and more highly nitrated derivs by nitrating diphenylguanidine with mixed nitric -sulfuric acid(Ref 3). It was reported, from a limited study of its expl props(Ref 2), to be comparable to Tetryl but si less sensitive and about 1 3 more powerful than Tetryl(Refs 3 & 4) Refs l)Beil- not found 2)F.O sen,ArOrdn 3,271(1923) & CA 17,2051(1923) 3)D.M.Jack-man...

NNBistrinitrophenylurea symDi picrylurea or Hexanitrocarb

Anilidetcalled N.N'-Dipikryl-harnstoff 2.4.-6.2 4'.6'-Hexanitrocarbanilid or 2.4.6.2'.4'.6' -Hexanitro-symm-diphenylharnstoff in Ger , (02N)3.C6H2.NH.C0.NH.C6H2(N02)3 mw 482.24, 23.24 almost col crysts(from acet+ petr eth) or ndls(from acetonitrile) mp begins to dec ca 140 , dec 203-209 , expl spontaneously at 345 readily sol in hot nitrobenz in warm dil H2S04, yields picric acid in boiling ammonia, yields Trinitroaniline can be prepd by nitration of N,N'-bis(phenyl)-urea in one, two or three...

No

To C02,H20 & K20 -42.4 , red crysts, golden yel lfts(from w)(Refs 9 & 10). The following props, apparently for the anhydrous salt, are given in Ref 10 mp expl at 210 , d 2.21 friction sensitivity- expl with fibre or steel shoe gas volume developed on expln 604cc g hygroscopicity at 30 & 90 RH- gain 0.27 impact sensitivity, PicArsnApp, 1-lb wt 6 initiation sensitivity- requires 0.30g MF or 0.10g LA sand test- 44.8g sand crushed vs 48.Og for TNT solubility 0.245g per lOOg water at 30...

No ho hno hno

And from this, total amt of N and corresponding NO can be calcd Refs 1)E.Bergmann & A.Junk,ZAngChem 17, 982,1018 & 1074(1904) and JSCI 23,953(1904) 2)F.Mayrhofer,SS 13,425 & 448(1918)(Modifica-tion of B-J test) 2a)D.Wiggam & E.Goodyear, IEC.AnalEd 4,74(1932) 3)Stettbacher(1933), 142-3 4)V.Meerscheidt-Hullessem,SS 29,192-4 (1934) 30,75(1935) & 31,362-3(1936) (Modification of B-J test) 5)Reilly( 1938),83-4 6)Kast -Metz( 1944),218-20 & 312 7)PATR 1401,Rev 1 (1950),19-25...

O nnhch ch nhch ch nhno

It is a mild expl when heated in a test tube it melts and decomp with a sudden puff and evoln of fumes when dropped on a red-hot plate it ignites immediately and burns with a yel flame(Ref 2,pp 26-7). Its UV absorption spectra are described in Ref 3 Bis(fi-nitraminoethyl)-amine Nitrate cailed Di( 3 -nitraminoethyI)-ammonium Nitrate by Johnson , 02N.HN.CH2.CH2.NH+ (N03).CH2.CH2.NH.N02 mw 292.24, N 28.76 crysts, mp 152.5-153.5 . Can be prepd as follows

Onc chccocc cno onc c ccocch no

(positions of nitro groups are uncertain) red -violet crysts(from amyl ale + ethanol), mp220 (dec) exploded violently when heated in quantity was prepd by nitration of l,5-bis(methyl-amino)-anthraquinone with nitric acid(d 1.4) at a temp below 30 (Ref 3,p 738) Refs l)Beil- not found 2)R.E.Schmidt,Ber 37,70(1904) 3)R.H.Hall & D.H.Hey,JCS 1948, 737-9 & CA 42,8183(1948) Bis(methylamino) benzene. See under Dimethyl-phenylenediamine and Derivatives

Onchcooooocchno

Mw 476.43, O 38-58 It yel Ifts, mp 150 (dec) can be prepd by treating 2,5-bis(hydroperoxy> 2,5 -dimethyl-hexane with p-nitrobenzoyl chloride in abs pyridine. Its expl props were not investigated Refs l)Beil- not found 2)R.Criegee & h. Dietrich,Ann 560,141(1948) & CA 43,6190(1949) Bis(benzoylperoxy)*fluorene and Derivatives 9,9'*Bis(benzoylperoxy) fluorene or 9,9'-Di(benz-peroxy)-fluorene (called Peroxybenzoic Acid,9 FluorenyUdene Ester in CA Formula Index for C,3Ha mw 470.41,0 2 7-21...

Onckhcooo

Lt yel crysts, mp 149-50 expl at higher temp was prepd by reacting the above mol aggregate, C39H2606, in pyridine with p-nitrobenzoyl chloride at 0 (Ref 2,p 21) Refs l)Beil- not found 2)R.Criegee et al,Ann 565,14 & 20-1(1949) CA 44,1917(1950) or9,9' Di(benzoperoxy)-9,9'-fluorene Peroxide Dibenzo-ate of 9,9'-Di(hydroperoxy)-9,9'-fluorene Peroxide designated in Ref 2,p 15 as Dibenzoat des Peroxyds XX called P eroxybenzoic Acid,Diester with Bis(9-hydroxy-9-fluorenyl)-peroxide in CA Formula...

Onhnchchi chchnchchnhno coch coch

Mw 380.36, N 22.10 wh crysts(from methanol), mp 92-4 (dec) ignites and bums with yel flame when dropped on a red-hot plate. Can be prepd from bis(aminoethylamino)-ethane through a series of reactions indicated in Ref 2,pp 15-18 or by treating dissolved in aq NaOH with ethylchloro-formate, Cl.C02.C2Hs(Ref 2,p 25). Its behavior toward heat is given in Ref 2,p 26 and its UV absorption spectra in Ref 3 Treatment of the above compd with 98 nitric acid as indicated in Ref 2,p 19, resulted in...

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Japanese Gaine for Skipping Bomb B 245 Japanese Army Gaines (Boosters) B 245 Typical Bullet & Cartridge Case Assembly B 328 Apparatus for Calibration of TNT Thermometers C 6 TNT Setting Point Determination by Cup Method C 7 Apparatus for Determination of Camphor C 21 Multiperforated Propellant Grain C 31 US 12-Gauge Shotgun Cartridge C 73 Types of US Cartridge Cases C 74 Components of Typical US Small-Arms Cartridges C 74 Caliber .30 Carbine Cartridges C 75 US Complete Rounds of Artillery...

Pp Biphenyleneazotri n itromethane

C(N02)3 mw 412.29, N 33-97 pdr, very stable in air, mp-expl violently ca 112 . Was prepd by Quilico (in the course of investigation of reactions betw acetylene and fuming nitric acid) on treating Amm nitroformate and the diazonium salt of benzidine with an amt of AcONa sufficient to eliminate the Quilico considered the compd as the most interesting of all the expl compds obtained by him during his studies of the reactions between acetylene and fuming nitric acid. It...

Saminoguanyltetrazene designated

Delete Benzodiazole or Benzopyrazoles from the title Make 59l instead of 59 and 308 instead of 308 Indazolonimides instead of Indazolonimide Name should read 1' -Amino-mesitylene T-Amino-1,3,5 -trimethyl-benzene 3,5-Dimethylbenzylamine or Mesitylamine, Replace with Nitroaminopropanol Nitrate, CjHj Oj and Dinitroaminopropanol, C3H7N304- not found in Beil or CA thru 1956 A603-R, line 14 A630-L, lines 5, 6 & 7 from the bottom A643-L, line 21 A676-L, Ref 21 A676-L, Ref 31 A676-R, Ref 38 A678-R,...

Table Of Contents

List of Figures and Illustrations Abbreviations, Code Names and Symbols Abbreviations for Books and Periodicals Descriptive Text of Encyclopedic Items B(Explosif) to BWC C(Explosifs) to Chloric Acid Table I. Comparison of Brisance Values Calculated by Kast's Formula, Relative Brisance Values Obtained by Various Procedures, Detonation Velocities and Power by Various Methods for Principal Explosives Table II. Comparison of Calculated Detonation Velocities with those Published in the Literature...

Tetranitro bithiophene[called

3,3',5,5'-Tetranitro-2,2'-bithienyl in Ref 2 mw 346.27, N 16.18 yel ndls(from AcOH), mp softens at 181 , melts at 188-190 upon sublimation in vacuo at 200-210 and 3 mm Hg, the compd melted at .194.5-196 was prepd by heating 3,5-dinitro-2-chlorothiophene with Cu at 210-215 for 20 min(Ref 2). The UV absorption spectra were detd by Jean & Nord(Ref 3). Its expl props were not investigated Refs l)Beil- not found 2)G.N.Jean & F.F. Nord,JOC 20,1368(1955) & CA 50,9377(1956) 3)G.N.Jean &...

Upton JCS Formyliminoldiazonium benzoquinone

called Formyl-p-phenylenediazoimide by Morgan & Upton(Ref 2) and Benzochinon-(1.4)-formylimid -diazid or N-Formyl-4-diazo-anilin in Ger(Ref 1) , 0HC.N C6H4 N2+1.5H2O mw 174.16, N 24.15 pale yel crysts, very unstable, darkens even in absence of light and evolves N2 at RT mp expl ca 125-8 was prepd by adding N-formyl-p-phenyl-enediamine to a soln of nitrous anhydride in cooled, dry acet cooled dry eth was added to separate the prod Refs l)Beil 16,(371) 2)G.T.Morgin & A.W.Upton,JCS...

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Explosive and Other Properties of DADNPh

Activation Energy 55kcal mol(Ref 18) Behavior Towards Flame - ignites and burns like NC, even in quantities of several grams(Ref 9) Brisance, by Sand Test - 95 & 99 TNT(Ref 25) & 200 MF (Ref 10) Brisance, by Lead Block Compression Test - 71 TNT(Ref 10) Burning Rate 2.15cm sec at atm, pressure, for sample in the form of compressed cylinders(Ref 12) Compatibility - incompatible with LA(Ref 10) Dead-pressing - not dead pressed at 130000psi(9139kg cm2)(Refs 9 & 10) Electrostatic Discharge,...

Benzylaniline and Derivatives

Benzylaniline or Phenylbenzylamine, CgHg.CH NH.C6Hs mw 183.24, N 7.64 monocl prisms, mp 37-8 , bp 306 at 759mm. Other props & prepn are given in Beil 12,1023(449) & 548 Note Nitration of benzylaniline and of its derivatives is discussed by P.van den Berg,Rec 55,241-53 & 1053-67(1936) Mononitrobenzylaniline, C,3H)2N202 mw 228.24. N 12.27 . Several isomers are described in Beil 12,1024,1076,1083,1085,(466) & 549,577,579, 581 and by P. van den Berg,Rec 55,848 Dinitrobenzylariiline, 3...

Benzene And Derivatives

Benzene, Benzole, Phenylhydride, Cyclohexatriene, Phene (called Benzol in Ger) CH CH-CH mw 78.11, N 7.74 col, vol, flam liq mp 5.5 , bp 80.1 , fl p 12 F, d 0.8794 at 20 Q at 25 < HzO liq) 789 kcal mol vap press 100mm at 26.1 si sol in w(0.6 at 20 ) miscl in all propns with ale, eth, acet or glac AcOH sol in most org solvs. The vapors of benz are extremely toxic and exposure may induce acute or chronic poisoning. The max allowable concn for 8 hr exposure is 35ppm in air or 112g m3. Its...

W Ben zoy Vtetra zol y li sotetrazene B enz amidotriazenotetrazole tBenzoyltetrazolyl isotetrazeneChconhnhnncnhn mw

232.21, N 48.26 wh ppt, mp 94-8 for the crude product. This high-nitrogen compd was obtd by Scott et al(Ref 2) on adding a soin of 0.01 mol of tetrazolyldiazonium nitrate to a soln of 0.01 mol of benzohydrazide in aq ale soln in the presence of excess Na acetate soln. As most purification techniques resulted in decompn of this isotetrazene, it was not purified Refs l)Beil- not found 2)F.L.Scott,D.A.0'Sul-livan & J.Reilly.JACS 75,5309 & 5312(1953) CA 49,169(1955) Benzozone. See...

Biphenol and Derivatives

Biphenol, Dibydroxybiphenyl or Diphenol(called Dioxy-diphenyl in Ger), ho.C6h4.C6h4.oh. Several derivs are described in Beil 6,989,990, 991,993(484,485) & 960,961,962 Mononitrobiphenol, C12HgN04 -not found in Beil Dinitrobiphenol, C)2HeN2Og. Several isomers are described in Beil 6,990,992,993 Trinitrobiphenol, C12H7N3Os -not found in Beil Tetranitrobiphenol, C gN O, mw 366.20, N 15.30 . The following isomers are described in the literature 3,5,3', 5'-T etranitro*2,2'-biphenol or...

Bitartrate Acid Tartrate of Potassium or Potassium Hydrogen Tartrate Weinstein in

Ger Bitartrate de potassium in Fr), KHC4H406, mw 188.18, col rhb crysts, d 1.956 sol in w & si sol in ale. Can be obtained from argol(see Vol l,p A480) or by synthetic methods(Refs 1 & 2). Tavernier (Ref 5) detd some thermodynamic props of K bitartrate. Crude bitartrate, packed in bags called sachets antilueurs in French, has been used as a flash-reducing compd in pro-pellants(Ref 3) Refs l)Beil 3,494,(173) & 318-19 2)Gmelin, Syst Nr 22,Kalium(1938),957,1162 & 1222...

Mononitroocetic acidbenzotriazollol or

(6-Nitro-5 -acetic acid-1 -hydroxy)-l,2,3(or a-vic) -triazole called in Ger , 02N.Q CB-C-N(0H)-N mw 238.16, N 23.53 yel lfts(from w), mp darkens above 200 , expl ca 224 was prepd by reacting 4,6-dinitro-3-hydrazino-phenylacetate with dil NaOH soln Refs l)Beil 26, 158 2)W.Borsche,Ber 54,678 (1921) & JCS 1201,462(1921) 6 Monon tro benzotriazoU4 ol (6-Nitrobenzo-4 -hydroxy)-a-vic-triazole or 6-Nitro-benzotriazol-4 yel pdr, mp 197-8 was prepd by refluxing for 6 hrs 4-methoxy-6-nitrobenzotriazole...

Benzamidoanisole and Derivatives

Benzamidoanisole Benzamiside or Methoxybenz-anilide called Benzamino-phenol-methylather Benzoesaure-(o- or p)-anisid Benz(o- or p)-anisid or Benzamino-anisol in Ger , C6H5.CO.NH.C6H4.O.CH3, mw 227.25. Two isomers are described in Beil 13,373,469 & 174,249 Mononitrobenzamidoanisole, 02N.C6H4.C0.NH.C6H4.0.CH3 mw 272.25, N 10.29 . Three isomers are described in Beil 13, 390,391,522 & 288 Benzamido-dinitroanisole, C6H5.C0.NH.C6H2(N02)2.0.CH3 mw 317.25, N 13-25 . Two isomers are described in...

D initrobenzenedi azoni um N itrateDinitro

Diazobenzene Nitrate),(02N)2C6H3.N( N).0.N02 mw 257.12, N 27.24 lustrous yel plates, mp-expl violently when heated. Was prepd by treating 2,4-dinitroaniline with dil nitric acid and N oxides under cooling(Ref 2) or by treating 2,4-dinitroaniline with K pyrosulfate in highly coned nitric acid under cooling(Ref 3) Refs l)Beil 16,493 2)T.Curtius & G.M.Dedichen, JPrChem 50,268(1894) & JCS 68 1,30(1895) 3)0. N.Witt,Ber 42,2957(1908) Benzenediazonium Oxalate(Diazobenzene Oxalate),...

Bacteria and Mold Action on Nitric Esters and on Smokeless Propel I ants Influence of microorganisms upon stability of

Early as 1896, when Bokorny(Ref 1) stated that NC is utilized by both bacteria and fungi (such as encountered in contaminated water) as a source of carbohydrates and nitrogen. In his experiments a highly esterified NC was broken down in water contg bacteria & fungi together with small quantities of mineral substances needed by micro-organism. No decompn of NC took place, however, when experiments were conducted in distilled w. Malenkovic(Refs 2 & 3) stated that neither NC nor NG is...

Lor or symTrinitrobenzenesyniTNB

(called Bepzite in Fr), col lfts(from a large amt of boiling w), mp 121-122.5 (stable form), 61 (unstable form) (Ref 16) expl on rapid heating d 1.688 at 20 , 659.6 to 665.6kcal mol(Refs 17,23 & 27). The dielectric constants of sym-TNB and associated substs have been detd by Schurz et al(Ref 37). Its sol in various solvs is as fol-lows(Ref l,p 203) Solubility of sym*TNB(g in 100g Solvent Solubility of sym*TNB(g in 100g Solvent Drummond(Ref 18,p 339T) gives a table of setting points of TNB...

Nitro Derivatives of Benzene MononitrobenzeneMNB or Oil of Mirbanecalled

Nitrobenzol or Mirban l in Get), C6Hg.N02 mw 123.11, N 11.38 It yel oil, mp 5.6-5.7 , bp 210 -9 , vap press 0.262 mm Hg at 20 (Ref 10), d 1.205 at 18 QP 740kcal mol(Ref 3) or 6033 cal g(Ref 5) readily sol in ale, eth or benz si sol in w(0.19 at 20 ). MNB is toxic and its MAC in air is lppm or 5mg per m3 of air(Ref 11). It represents a moderate expln hazard when exposed to heat or flame(Ref 11). Its thermal de-compn was studied by Condit & Haynor(Ref 8) MNB was first prepd in 1827 by...

Big Bertha Paris Gun and Other German Big Guns

Many big guns were developed in Germany some of them with a max range of ca 120km. Following is an incomplete list of such guns a) Paris Gun(Parisgeschutz) or Long Range Gun (Ferngesch tz) was a 21cm(ca 8 ) weapon with the length of the tube 34m. Its max range was 120km. As the life of these guns was only 50-60 rounds, they were rebored to 240mm and later to 260mm (Ref 1). According to Ley(Ref 3), the guns 21cm L 150 and 23.5cm L 132 were known as Paris Guns. The official Ger...