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4 Results of Flame Speeds The activation energy for these samples as well as their burn velocity is shown in Table 3. The burn velocity of Al-PFTD/MoO3 is 86% faster than the burn velocity of Al/MoO3, whereas the burn velocity of Al-PFS/MoO3 is almost half of Al/MoO3. Figures 10–12 show the DSC/TGA plots of the three energetic composites as a function of temperature at three different heating rates: 2, 5, and 10 K/min. Al-PFTD/MoO3 and Al-PFS/MoO3 reactions show a smaller exotherm before the bigger one whereas the same is not seen in the Al/MoO3 reaction plot.
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