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Investigation, Analysis, and Testing of Self-Contained Oxygen Generators

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Self Contained Oxygen Generators (SCOGs) have widespread use in providing emergency breathing oxygen in a variety of environments including mines, submarines, spacecraft, and aircraft. These devices have definite advantages over storing of gaseous or liquid oxygen. The oxygen is not generated until a chemical briquette containing a chlorate or perchlorate oxidizer and a solid metallic fuel such as iron is ignited starting a thermal decomposition process allowing gaseous oxygen to be produced. These devices are typically ...

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Investigation, Analysis, and Testing of Self-Contained Oxygen Generators 2013, Bibliogov

ISBN-13: 9781289102500

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