By G. R. Kinney (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)
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Fresh LOX from adewar flask. By this method any carry-over of material from one test series to another is eliminated, and LOX contamination in the soak tray is eliminated. A test begins as the specimen sampie is placed in a clean aluminum test cup with tongs or tweezers if solid, or is poured in the cup if liquid. The cup is then cooled in LOX vapor in one side of the divided metal tray along with the striker pin to be used for the test. The cup is moved into the LOX to soak after it has cooled, while the striker pin remains in the vapor-filled section which is then filled with LOX from adewar flask.
Conclusions No specific rules can be made indicating to what extent a given material might detonate in liquid oxygen. A substance which will burn in atmospheric air will likely detonate in LOX, but its detonation level is difficult to predict. Many nonflammable materials will react as easily as pure hydrocarbons, as with the behavior of polyvinylchloride and polyethylene. Small amounts of reactive impurities frequently detonate an otherwise inert material. Pure graphite, for instance, is L OX compatible, at the 70 ft-lb level, but many powerful detonations have been observed with commercial samples.
In addition to these phase equilibria, some data on the solubilities of other hydrocarbons in liquid oxygenare reported. The saturated hydrocarbon data are summarized in Figure 12, and the unsaturated hydrocarbon data are presented in Figure 13. For these systems the solubility is defined as the concentration of hydrocarbons in liquid oxygen in parts per million, measured in mols. Where conjugate liquid phases might exist, the hydrocarbon concentration value shown is for the oxygen-rich phase. The slope of the plot of the logarithm of concentration versus the reciprocal of the absolute temperature, approximately represented in Figures 12 and 13, is the function AH/R.
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Proceedings of the 1958 Cryogenic Engineering Conference by G. R. Kinney (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)