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Study Of Physiochamical Properties Of Commercial Samples Of Isoprophyldicyclohexyl And Diethylcyclohexane

Report Number: WADD TR 60-766
Author: Findl, E.
Author: Edwards, H.
Author: Brande, H.
Corporate Author: Inglewood Laboratory, Thompson Products, Inc.
Laboratory: Materials Central
Date of Publication: 1960-11
Pages: 54
Contract: AF 33(616)-5587
Project: 3048
Task: 30178
AD Number: AD0262104

The purpose of this program was to determine certain physical and thermodynamic properties of commercial samples of isopropyldicyclohexyl (IDH) and diethylcyclohexane (DCH). Each of the program objectives was accomplished. Isopropyldicyclohexyl (IDH) is quite similar to fuels meeting the RJ-1 specification in most of its thermodynamic properties. Its distillation range is considerably less for DCH than a JP-6H fuel.

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