Tendency to produce sensitive metallic salts.
Ability of an explosive to be cast into a mold or form.
Ability to liberate gaseous products during detonation.
Common to America.
Vital to the war effort.
25,000 feet per second (fps).
By the size of the primer.
According to their location.
By the way they are initiated.
According to their functioning.
Detonates the fuze
Detonates the main charge.
Transmits energy from one detonating component to the next.
Controls the delay in the functioning of the fuze’s explosive train.
Use a time action high-explosive (HE) train.
With a super quick action HE train.
With a delay action HE train.
Use a non-delay element.
Decrease standoff distance.
Decrease explosive charge.
Increase standoff distance
Increase explosive charge.
Bring down walls and collapse roofs.
Any application in the munitions field.
Ignite rocket motors equipped with electric squibs.
To produce an explosive penetration of a solid target.
And signals only.
And igniters only
And combinations of signals only.
Signals, combinations of signals and illuminants, and simulators.
Color of the signal produced.
Type of pyrotechnic ammunition.
Different factory modification of signals.
Different manufacturer identification codes.
Flare and noise.
Smoke and noise.
Signal and illumination.
Smoke and illumination.
Downed pilot to hold the flare while treading water.
Climb a tree and push the flare above the forest canopy
Wave the flare, causing movement that helps attract attention.
Throw the flare into a clearing without risking undue exposure.
By lighting the fuze.
Concentrated laser beam
Primer, bullet, and propellant.
Primer, bullet, and detonator.
Shot pellets, and propellant.
Propellant, and tracer.
Adamsite and silica aerogel.