Accession Number : AD0484262
Title : STUDY OF OXIDES FOR CHEMICAL SEPARATION OF AIR INTO O2-N2 COMPONENTS. VOLUME III, PART 2: DEVELOPMENT OF REACTANTS FOR CHEMICAL AIR SEPARATOR.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : DYNATECH CORP CAMBRIDGE MA
Personal Author(s) : Reti, Adrian R.
Report Date : MAY 1966
Pagination or Media Count : 108
Abstract : The primary objective of this program is the development of reactant particles which undergo chemical reaction at rates high enough to meet performance targets set in earlier programs for a high temperature chemical process for separation of air into oxygen and nitrogen. Such reactant particles must be able to retain their structure and reactivity under the separator operation conditions. Several approaches were taken towards the manufacture and testing of the desired reactant particles. The cyclic and noncyclic reaction rates of most of the reactant particles produced have been measured. The emphasis has been on rate determination in the 0.07 to 0.5 second time interval. The effects of raw material structure, particle processing conditions, and the use of support materials on ultimate particle reactivity have been studied. The effects of chemical additives on the reaction equilibria and kinetics of the reactant oxides have been investigated, and the effect of ionizing radiation on the reactivity of the oxide systems presently considered has been studied. The reaction rate data measured for the most reactive particles developed in this program have been used as the basis for separator system weight calculations for two different types of vehicles. The results of these separator system weight calculations are presented in Part 1 of Volume 3.
Descriptors : (*OXIDES, REACTION KINETICS), (*AIR, SEPARATION), CHEMICAL REACTIONS, MEASUREMENT, COBALT COMPOUNDS, PALLADIUM COMPOUNDS, OXIDATION, ADDITIVES, RADIATION EFFECTS, IONIZATION, ELECTRONS, SINGLE CRYSTALS, SILICON COMPOUNDS, CARBIDES.
Subject Categories : Inorganic Chemistry
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE