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#1 LUFER

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Posted 19 March 2021 - 02:11 PM

Hello, I'm in doubt regarding an article that refers to potassium and sodium preclorate. I know they are two oxidants used mainly to make nano-explosives using porous silicon. There is an excerpt from an article that I did not quite understand what he meant by reference. .... '' 'greater heat of reaction' '' ... it does not refer to raising the temperature to do the chemical functions so that it penetrates into the porous silicon would that be?
 
Source: NANOPOROUS SILICON BASED ENERGETIC MATERIALS

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Posted 19 March 2021 - 07:41 PM

Energy is released when some chemicals combine to form other chemicals. Different chemical combinations yield different amounts of energy. In other words, some chemical combinations have a 'greater heat of reaction' than others.






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