Chemistry of inorganic compounds – Nitrogen or compound thereof
149119, 423472, C01G 5300
The combination of the strongly oxidizing NF.sub.4.sup.+ cation with the strongly oxidizing NiF.sub.6.sup.-- anion in the form of the stable salt (NF.sub.4).sub.2 NiF.sub.6 produces a powerful oxidizer, useful for solid propellant formulations and NF.sub.3 -F.sub.2 gas generators. A process for its production is described.
patent: 3980509 (1976-09-01), Lubowitz et al.
patent: 3981756 (1976-09-01), Gotzmer
Christe et al., "Inorganic Halogen Oxidizer Research," Report R-9881, pp. 7-10, (Apr. 7, 1976).
Humphries L. Lee
Miller Edward A.
Rockwell International Corporation
Sperry Robert M.
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