Defense Department may be running out of domestic suppliers of so-called energetic materials used in military munitions.
What does EM stand for?
EM stands for Energetic Material
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For this edition, he has added short chapters on co-crystallization and future energetic materials.
Olah, 1994 Chemistry Nobel Laureate, Founding Director of the USC Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute and contributor to the Legacy Collection remarked, One book, Chemistry of Energetic Materials, includes contributions from three Nobel Laureates and seven members of the National Academy of Science, It speaks for itself that this is a very active field of fundamental science with far reaching practical importance.
The division is composed of two technical sections: Fuze, and Insensitive Munitions and Energetic Materials.
stated, "We believe that our patent-pending technology will allow weapons to carry twice as much energetic material for every pound of weapon delivered, or to pack the same explosive punch in a much smaller weapon.
00 Hardcover Materials science and technologies TA404 Researchers in the physical sciences report their findings or review the literature on metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, and energetic materials such as explosives and oxidizers.
Among other appropriations, the bill also contains $23 million for New Mexico Tech's National Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center.
Description of the business and reasons for the acquisition HEM, based in Saetre, Norway, manufactures and supplies RDX and HMX, and other niche energetic materials for explosives and propellant applications.