Pyrolysis Behavior Of Multi-Arm Azide Copolymer As Solid Rocket Fuel
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Guangpu Zhang is a researcher affiliated with the Beijing Institute of Technology Department of Energy and Chemical Engineering.

                       

Pyrolysis Behavior Of Multi-Arm Azide Copolymer As Solid Rocket Fuel

A high energy for rocket fuel is one of the main goals pursued by scientists. Azido groups have a positive heat of formation and release a large amount of heat in pyrolysis. Therefore, several azide polymers (such as GAP, PBAMO, and PAMMO) are used as the fuel binder for rockets. However, they exhibit poor low-temperature properties due to their low molecular weight and short polyether main chain. In order to solve these problems, we have designed and synthesized a multi-arm azide...

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