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Guanidine nitrate is a high energy fuel used in some gas generator and solid rocket propellant applications.
Additional recommended knowledge
Guanidine nitrate has chemical formula C(NH2)3NO3. It has been used as a monopropellant in the Jetex engine for model airplanes. It is attractive because it has a high gas output, low flame temperature, and non-toxic combustion products. It has a relatively high monopropellant specific impulse of 177 seconds ().
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Categories: Nitrates | Rocket fuels
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