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Taylor, G. I. The Mechanics of Large Bubbles Rising through Extended Liquids and through Liquids in Tubes 100%

The Mechanics of Large Bubbles Rising through Extended Liquids and through Liquids in Tubes Part I and Part II Sir Geoffrey Ingram Taylor (* 7 March 1886, †27 June 1975) Rhisiart Morgan Davies (* 4 Februar 1903, †18 Februar 1958) Proceedings of the Royal Society A 1950 THE ROYAL SOCIETY 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG Part I describes measurements of the shape and rate of rise of air bubbles varying in volume from 15 to 200 cm.3 when they rise through nitrobenzene or water.

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23/02/2020 www.pdf-archive.com

improvised-munitions-handbook 64%

TM 31-210 Department of the Army Technical Manual IMPROVISED MUNITIONS HANDBOOK (Improvised Explosive Devices or IEDs) Headquarters, Department of the Army 1969 – original publication 2007 – Thanks-to-Feinstein's Electronic Edition (v3.0) Improvised Munitions Handbook (Improvised Explosive Devices or IEDs) Table of Contents Section 0 — Introduction 0.1 Purpose and Scope 0.2 Safety and Reliability 0.3 User Comments Section 1 — Explosives and Propellants (including igniters) 1.1 Plastic Explosive Filler 1.2 Potassium Nitrate 1.3 Improvised Black Powder 1.4 Nitric Acid 1.5 Initiator for Dust Explosions 1.6 Fertilizer Explosive 1.7 Carbon Tet – Explosive 1.8 Fertilizer AN-Al Explosive 1.9 “Red or White Powder” Propellant 1.10 Nitric Acid/Nitrobenzene (“Hellhoffite”) Explosive 1.11 Optimized Process for Cellulose/Acid Explosives 1.12 Methyl Nitrate Dynamite 1.13 Urea Nitrate Explosive 1.14 Preparation of Copper Sulfate (Pentahydrate) 1.15 Reclamation of RDX from C4 1.16 TACC (Tetramminecopper (II) Chlorate) 1.17 HMTD 1.18 Potassium or Sodium Nitrite and Litharge (Lead Monoxide) 1.19 DDNP 1.20 Preparation of Lead Picrate 1.21 Preparation of Picric Acid from Aspirin 1.22 Double Salts 1.23 Sodium Chlorate 1.24 Mercury Fulminate 1.25 Sodium Chlorate and Sugar or Aluminum Explosive Section 2 — Mines and Grenades 2.1 Pipe Hand Grenade 2.2 Nail Grenade 2.3 Wine Bottle Cone Charge 2.4 Grenade-Tin Can Land Mine 2.5 Mortar Scrap Mine 2.6 Coke Bottle Shaped Charge 2.7 Cylindrical Cavity Shaped Charge 2.8 Not Available 2.9 Funnel Shaped Charge 2.10 Linear Shaped Charge Section 3 — Small Arms Weapons and Ammunition 3.1 Pipe Pistol for 9 mm Ammunition 3.2 Shotgun (12 gauge) 3.3 Shotshell Dispersion Control 3.4 Carbine (7.62 mm Standard Rifle Ammunition) 3.5 Reusable Primer 3.6 Pipe Pistol for .45 Caliber Ammunition 3.7 Match Gun 3.8 Rifle Cartridge 3.9 Pipe Pistol for .38 Caliber Ammunition 3.10 Pipe Pistol for .22 Caliber Ammunition — Long or Short Cartridge 3.11 Low Signature System Section 4 — Mortars and Rockets 4.1 Recoilless Launcher 4.2 Shotgun Grenade Launcher 4.3 Grenade Launcher (57 mm Cardboard Container) 4.4 Fire Bottle Launcher 4.5 Grenade Launchers 4.6 60 mm Mortar Projectile Launcher Section 5 — Incendiary Devices 5.1 Chemical Fire Bottle 5.2 Igniter from Book Matches 5.3 Mechanically Initiated Fire Bottle 5.4 Gelled Flame Fuels 5.4.1 Lye Systems 5.4.2 Lye-Alcohol Systems 5.4.3 Soap-Alcohol System 5.4.4 Egg White Systems 5.4.5 Latex Systems 5.4.6 Wax Systems 5.4.7 Animal Blood Systems 5.5 Acid Delay Incendiary 5.6 Improvised White Flare 5.7 Improvised Iron Oxide 5.8 Improvised Yellow Flare 5.9 Improvised White Smoke Munition 5.10 Improvised Black Smoke Munition Section 6 — Fuses, Detonators &

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08/03/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

BerrChemAPI 11%

10626 6-0 4-0 4-(2,4 -Di fluor oben zoyl)piperidi ne hydr ochloride 10037 08-24-4 2,3 -Di fluor o-4 -br omonitrobe nze ne 36 556 diflu orocy clohe xan ol NA 2,4-di fluor o-3 ,5-dimet hoxy benzoi c acid 4339 39-88-9 2,6-Di fluor o-4 -formylbenz onitrile 66684 -62 -6 1,3-Diflu oro-5-meth oxy -2-nitro-benzene 6668 4-6 0-4 1,2 -Di fluor o-3 -methoxy-4 -nitro-be nze ne 6921 -22 -8 1,2-Di fluoro-3-nitrobenzene 18 8345 -25 -7 3,4-Diflu oro-N -meth oxy -N -methylbe nza mide 13386 0-7 3-8 2,2 -Di fluor o-1 -p henyl-butane -1, 3-di one 189 59-31-4 4,5-Di fluor opht halic acid 3494 1-9 0-7 2,4651558 -58 -6 2 ,3-dihydro-1H -pyrrol o[3, 4-C]pyridine H Cl 56 826 -69 -8 6,7 -di hydro-5H -qui noline -8 -one 106 461 -41 -0 2, 4-Dihy dro-4-[(4-(4-hydroxyph enyl)-1-piperazi nyl)p henyl]-2 -(1-methylpropyl)-3H -1,2,4 -triazole -3 -one 276 73-48-9 5,8 -Dihydr o-naphthal en-1-ol 608 32-72-6 2,3 -Dihydr opyrido[2, 3-d][1,3 ]oxazol -2 -one 4252 3-2 9-5 2,7 -Dihydr oxy-9-fluor enone 62 6-0 3-9 2,4 -Dihydroxy pyridi ne 11 7832 -09 -4 2, 4-Dii odo-6 -met hylaniline 123643 -26 -5 1 -(2,5-Dimet hoxy-4 -i-pr opylthiophe nyl)-2-a minopropane 10 075 -66 -8 1,8 -Di methoxyna phthale ne N/A 4, 5-dimeth oxy -2 -nitrobe nzyl-L-Seri ne 170 4-6 2-7 2-(2-(Di methylami no)ethoxy)etha nol 1 424 -69 -7 4 -(Di methylami no)-3 -methylbe nzalde hyde 57 9525 -46 -5 2 -Di methylami no-5-pyridineb oronic a cid 54 24-47-5 3-(di methylami no)-1 -(thiop hen -2 -yl)pr opan-1 -on e hydrochl oride 63 4-6 5-1 2,4-Dimethyl -1,3 -be nzen ediol hydrazide 7 66-39-2 4,5 -di methyl-1, 3-dioxa -2 -oxo-cy clope ntene 5 17-22-6 2,4 -Dimethyl-3 -ethylpyrrole 4 835 -90 -9 2,2 -Di methyl-3 -hydr oxypr opionic a cid 43 33-62-4 1,3 -di methylimida zoliu m iodide 5 1839 -15 -7 Di methyl 5-i odoi sophthalate 559 74-25-7 4,4 -DIMETHY L-7-ME THOXYISOCHROMAN -1,3 -DIONE 355836 -08 -7 2, 4-Di methyl-6-meth oxyp henylb oroni c aci d 1943 8-1 0-9 (2,3 -Di methylph enyl) trimethylsilane 81 3-7 8-5 Dimethyl carboxylic aci d 536 -71 -0 Di minaz ene 6 80596 -79 -6 1 ,4-Di oxa spiro[4,5 ]de c-7-e n-8-b oronic aci d pina col e ster N/A [1,4 ]Dioxepa n-6 -one 173 96-35-9 1,1 -Dioxo-tetrahydro-thiopyran-4 -one 67 0-8 3-7 2,4-diph enylimi dazole 101 -68 -8 dip henyl -met hane -diisocyanate 6 3547 -22 -8 2 -[(Dip henylmethyl)thio]a cetic acid 262 74-35-1 2,4 -dip henylpyridi ne 30 59-97-0 D-is o-valine 5181 8-1 1-2 2,5-disul fobenzal dehyde 60-94-2 DL-Man delic a cid 82-2 Dor zola mide hydrochl oride 7081 -53 -0 Doxapra m HCl 25316 -40 -9 Doxor ubici n hydrochlori de 14162 5-9 3-6 Dronedarone Hydrochlori de 15165 1-4 4-4 D -Serine be nzyl ester hydrochloride 26 782 -71 -8 D-TE RT-LEU CINE 11 6539 -59 -4 Dul oxetine HCl 81132 -44 -7 D -α-methylserine 174092 -76 -3 3 -[((E )-But-2-e nyl)oxymethyl]-4-i odo-2 -met hoxy-6 -trimethylsilanyl -pyridine 79411 -15 -7 Echinocan din B 682 78-23-9 Eflornithi ne bitartrate 107724-2 0-9 Eplere none 503 -11 -7 2,3-E poxypropanoi c acid 49 56-37-0 ESTRADIOL ENANTHATE 489 1-1 5-0 Estra mustine P hos phate 9491 59-97-1 Ethanone, 1-(2 -amin o-4-fluor o-5-methoxyp henyl)- 3788 5-0 7-7 Etha none , 1-[2-a mino-4 -(tri fluor omethyl )ph enyl]- 18637 -00 -8 2 -Ethoxy Ben zami dine Hydrochlorid e 54429 -42 -4 2'-et hoxycytidine HCl 40 758 -65 -4 2-eth oxy -4,6 -di chlor opyrimi dine 1759 65-82-9 4-Ethoxy-2 nitroben zoate 7 9324 -51 -9 1,1'-[4 -(et hylamin o)-6-hydroxy-5 -pr opyl-1 ,3-phe nylene]bis - (9Cl ), 78 287 -27 -1 7 -Ethyl camptothe cin NA ethyl 6 -chloro-1H -pyraz olo [3,4 -b] pyridine -3-carboxylate 49 744 -93 -6 Ethyl-3 -(4-Cyanop henyl )-3 -oxopropa noate 15971 -92 -3 ethyl 3 -cycl ohe xyl-3 -oxopropa noate 22516 -13-8 5-Et hyl-cy clope nta-1, 3-diene N/A ethyl 4,7 -di chlor o-quin oline -2-carboxylate 5 8101 -23 -8 ethyl 3 -(2 ,4-diflu orophenyl )-3 methyl-piperazi n-1 -yl)-6-oxo-2,3-dihydr o- 6H -1 -oxa-3a -aza -p henale ne-5 -carboxylate"

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28/02/2014 www.pdf-archive.com