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Prevention of detonation is of paramount interest to those concerned with stabilization of slow flames. Recent theoretical and experimental work has uncovered many details of the development of detonation waves in both 22 J. F. WEHNER gaseous (B5,54, L1, L2, L13, 02, Sl) and condensed phase materials (M2). I n this work we shall describe only recent findings in the field of initiation of gaseous detonation. A detonation wave may be considered to be a shock wave that is maintained by the release of chemical energy rather than by the moving piston of elementary shock theory (C6).
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