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Vol.26 (1965)




Vol.26, No.1 (1965)

Research paper

Behaviours of Primary Explosives VIII.
"Photolysis of Diazodinitrophenol"(*in Japanese)
Kazumoto Yamamoto
p.2-11 Abstract/Full text

Research paper

Behaviours of Primary Explosives IX
"Decomposition of Diazodinitrophenol in Acetone"(*in Japanese)
Kazumoto Yamamoto
p.11-20 Abstract/Full text

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Vibrations Due to Blasting and Their Effects on Structures(*in Japanese)
K.Nawa
p.20-25 Abstract/Full text

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Study on AN-FO Explosives (2)(*in Japanese)
Tadashi Yoshida, Shusaku Akaba, Masao Tanaka, Sakae Matsumoto
p.25-34 Abstract/Full text

Vol.26, No.2 (1965)

Research paper

Behaviours of Primary Explosives X
"Hazardous Property of Lead thiocyanate and Potassium chlorate mixture"(*in Japanese)
Kazumoto Yamamoto
p.66-73 Abstract/Full text

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Behaviours of Primary Explosives XI
"Sensitivity of Diazodinitrophenol-Potassium chlorate and Effect of a Trace of Sulfur Contained in Diazodinitrophenol"(*in Japanese)
Kazumoto Yamamoto
p.74-83 Abstract/Full text

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Determination of Concentration Ethylene Glycol Dinitrate in the Air of Dynamite Manufacturing Rooms by Means of Diphenylbenzidine Reagent and Uni-Jet Air Sampler(*in Japanese)
Takasi Urakawa and Mutsuo Yokogawa
p.83-88 Abstract/Full text

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A Study on Explosives not Containing High Explosives (I)
"Explosive Prooerties of AN-FO"(*in Japanese)
Masashi Shinohara
p.88-95 Abstract/Full text

Vol.26, No.3 (1965)

Research paper

Study of the Ammonium Perchlorate
I. Crystal Habit Modification By Surfactants and Dyes(*in Japanese)
Koichi Ito and Tsutomu Hikita
p.124-131 Abstract/Full text

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Study of The Ammonium Perchlorate
II. Thermal decomposition of ammonium perchlorate(*in Japanese)
Koichi Ito and Tsutomu Hikita
p.131-139 Abstract/Full text

Vol.26, No.4 (1965)

Research paper

Initiation of Ignition of Solid Composite propellant(*in Japanese)
H.Osada and S.Kakinouchi
p.200-211 Abstract/Full text

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High altitude simulation of solid propellant rockets(*in Japanese)
Masashi Mochizuki
p.211-215 Abstract/Full text

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Effects of oxidizer's particle size on properties of composite propellants(*in Japanese)
Kenichi Suzuki
p.216-219 Abstract/Full text

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Measurment of the Flame Temperature of Solid Propellants(*in Japanese)
Tatuo Yosikawa
p.219-223 Abstract/Full text

Vol.26, No.5 (1965)

Research paper

Photochemical Decomposition of Nitrocellulose(*in Japanese)
H.Osada, S.Kakinouchi and N.Kunishige
p.258-265 Abstract/Full text

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Ignition Sensitivities of Beads of Electric Detonators to Spark and Flowing Current(*in Japanese)
Yoshinobu Nakano, Yukio Tanaka, Yojiro Mizushima
p.265-276 Abstract/Full text

Research paper

The ignition of firedamp by coalmine explosive shots
III Study of high speed motion pictures of the ignition
-The pictures with short legends(*in Japanese)
G.Yoshikawa, O.Kazuki, U.Koga
p.277-285 Abstract/Full text

Vol.26, No.6 (1965)

Research paper

(*in Japanese)
p.330-331 Abstract/Full text

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Measurement of Blast Wave Pressure by Piezoelectric Gauge
I. Types of Pressure Receiver and Their Application(*in Japanese)
Kazumi Tanaka
p.332-338 Abstract/Full text

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Measurements of Blast Wave Pressure in Closed Constructions(*in Japanese)
K.Okazaki, T.Yanagizawa, H.Sudo, S.Okubo, K.Tanaka and T.Iijima
p.338-346 Abstract/Full text

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Behavior of Shock Waves produced by Detonation of Explosives in Closed Cubic Structures(*in Japanese)
Tsutomu Hikita
p.347-351 Abstract/Full text

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Measurement of Blast Wave Pressure with Bursting Membrance Blastmeter(*in Japanese)
Kazumasa Okazaki and Takeru Yanagizawa
p.352-356 Abstract/Full text

Research paper

Electric Signals Accompanied with Detonation of Explosives
I. Effects of Load Resistance of Detecting Probe and Grounding Geometry of Explosive Charge(*in Japanese)
K.Tanaka
p.416-419 Abstract/Full text
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