Authors : Kaye Seymour M. - Herman Henry L.
Title : Encyclopedia of Explosives and Related Items - Vol 9 of 10
Year : 1980
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PREFACE. This volume represents a continuing effort to cover comprehensively the unclassified information on explosives and related subjects in the same manner and format as in previous volumes. The reader is urged to obtain the previous volumes and to read both the PREFACE and INTRODUCTION in Volume I in order to understand the authors' way of presenting the subject matter. In preparation for and during the writing of this Encyclopedia, the au thors have consulted freely with and have had the cooperation of many individuals who contributed their expert knowledge and ad vice. This fact is acknowledged throughout the text at the end of the subject item. A listing of many others who have helped in various ways would be impractical. DrsJ. Roth, A. P. Hardt and S. Greenberg of the private sector, Dr D. H. Rosenblatt of the US Army Medical Bioengineering Research and Development Laboratory, Fort Detrick, Md, as weil as Dr E. E. Gilbert and Messrs S. Helf, L. Avrami and T. C. Castorina of the Energetic Materials Division, LCWSL, ARRADCOM, Dover, NJ, ali contributed significantly in the literature searching and writing of many of the articles in this volume. In addition, Ms R. Meredith, P. Altner, M. Richards, J. Blodgett, M. Ng, E. Ragolski and Mr A. Famell of STINFO Division (Library), Messrs A. Anzalone and L. Sllver of PLASTEC, ali of ARRADCOM, Dover, NJ, gave unstintingly of their time and effort in such diverse supporting tasks as computerized searches and retrievals, Bei/stein and Gmelin manual searches, and publication procurernent, transiation and reproduction services. Dr Raymond F. Walker, Energetic Materials Division Chief, provided financial support and encouragement to continue this work, as did Mr Edward J. Kolb of Headquarters, US Army Materiel Development and Readiness Command (DARCOM). Further financial support was received from the sale of volumes to non-govemment agencies and individuals by the National Technical Information Service, US Department of Commerce, Springfield, Va 22161. Although considerable effort has been made to present this information as accurately as possible, mistakes and errors in transcription and translation do occur. Therefore, the authors encourage readers to consul! original sources, when possible, and to fee! free to point out errors and omissions of important work so that corrections and additions can be listed in the next volume. The interpretations of data and opinions expressed are often tho se of the au thors, and are not necessarily those nor the responsibility of officiais of ARRADCOM or the Departmeilt of the Army. This volume has been prepared for information purposes only and neither ARRADCOM nor the Department of the Army shall be responSible for any events or decisions arising from the use of any information contained herein. In conclusion, I wish to acknowledge with gratitude the continuai support and encouragement of Samuel Helf, without wh ose efforts in behalf of the Encyclopedia of Explosives program, the publicatim of of this volume would not have been posstble Seymour M. Kaye Dover, New Jersey October 1980. ...
Kaye Seymour M. - Encyclopedia of Explosives and Related Items - Vol 9 of 10
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