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2 sq. in. -lbs. -45- sample only a few be more severe than the in. thick sampie. -lbs. and the standard sampIe contact area and thickness without also specifying the weight and dropped distance would be inadequate for comparison of results, since the standard impact velocity is 15 ft. /sec. 5 ft. fall of the 20 lb. weight; a less severe impact would result with a one ft. fall and a 70 lb. weight, since in this case the impact velocity would be cut in half. Question by J. F. Grunberg, L'Air Liquide: Is there any specific reason leading to the selection of Aluminum 1100 for the detonation caps '?

Second, it was agreed that the standard test equipment and procedure thus evo1ved could be applied to materials other than lubricants. This paper reviews the application of these standards to a test apparatus constructed for the Materials Engineering Laboratory at Martin-Denver and presents results of tests conducted by Martin-Denver and others. Comments and illustrations from these other investigators who were contacted by the authors are given at the end of this paper. -26- General Considerations Most nonmetallic and/or organic materials in contact with LOX cause an explosion or fire hazard.

0802 PROPYLENE 700 1. 00145 1. 0275 1. 7 x 10-· Table II. 2 x 10 X ·s 10-6 11 12 13 14 Some fundamental efforts have been reported ' , , on solution behavior based on the law of corresponding states. However, no theory has been developed so far which allows the prediction of solubility of solids in liquids at low temperatures. Attempts were made, unsucces sfully, to apply virial type gas phase solubility equations15, 16 to the da ta reported here. It may be that this approach will be useful with equations extended by additional virial expansion terms.

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