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Suppressant: Nitrogen Containing Compounds

 Suppressant:Nitrogen-containing Compounds

Study for the Development of New Halon Alternatives Supported by Environmental Agency.. Abe, T.; 1991

Advanced Agent Working Group.. Tapscott, R. E.; Heinonen, E. W.; Skaggs, S. R.; 1995

Burning Velocities of Heptane Flame Containing Polyfluoroalkylamines.. Sekiuji, Y.; Takahaski, K.; Inomata, T. K.; Abe, T.; Fukaya, H. K.; Hayashi, E. K.; Inoue, G.; 1995

Phosphorus Nitrides as Fire Extinguishing Agents.. Skaggs, S. R.; Kaizerman, J.; Tapscott, R. E.; 1995

Next-Generation Fire Suppression Technology Program: NMERIC/CGET Projects Overview.. Mather, J. D.; Tapscott, R. E.; 1998

Spectroscopic Studies of Inhibited Opposed-Flow Propane/Air Flames.. Skaggs, R. R.; Daniel, R. G.; Miziolek, A. W.; McNesby, K. L.; Babushok, V. I.; Tsang, W.; Smooke, M. D.; 1999

Tropodegradable and Other Environmentally Acceptable Flame Extinguishants NAGP Elements: 4D/14/1 and 4B/6/23.. Mather, J. D.; Tapscott, R. E.; 2003

Environmentally Acceptable Flame Extinguishants NGP Element: 4D/6/23.. Mather, J. D.; Tapscott, R. E.; 2004

Next Generation Fire Suppression Technology Program: FY2004 Progress.. Gann, R. G.; 2004

Environmentally Acceptable Flame Extinguishants.. Mather, J. D.; Tapscott, R. E.; 2005

NGP Search for New Chemicals: Environmentally Acceptable Fire Suppressants.. Mather, J. D.; Tapscott, R. E.; 2006

Created October 20, 2011, Updated January 6, 2017