Thomas, TJ and Nandi, US (1980) Thermal decomposition of ethylene diamine diperchlorate. In: Combustion and Flame, 37 . 155-162 .Full text not available from this repository.
Thermal decomposition of ethylene diamine diperchlorate (EDDP) has been studied by differential-thermal analysis (DTA), thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), isothermal weight-loss measurements and mass-spectrometric analysis of the decomposition products. It has been observed that EDDP decomposes in two temperature regions. The low-temperature decomposition stops at about 35 to 40 percent weight loss below 250°C. The reason for the low-temperature cessation may be the adsorption of excess ethylene diamine on the crystal surface of EDDP. An overall activation energy of 54 kcal per mole has been calculated for the thermal decomposition of EDDP. Mass-spectrometric analysis shows that the decomposition products are mainly CO2, H2O, HCl and N2. The following stoichiometry has been proposed for the thermal decomposition of EDDP: (−CH2NH3CIO4)2→2CO2O+2HCl+N2
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