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Emulsion-containing Explosive Composition

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This method relates to explosive compositions comprising a sensitized blend of a water-in-oil emulsion and solid particulate inorganic oxidizing salt, mostly ammonium nitrate, also sodium nitrate will do he work. Use any thing that is good oxidizers of those of my liquid oxidizer will also do the work. Explosives, which comprise a blend of a water-in-oil emulsion and solid particulate ammonium nitrate, The method provides an emulsion blend explosive which comprises a sensitized blend of inorganic oxidizing salt particles and a water-in-oil emulsion comprising a carbonaceous fuel having components which form a continuous emulsion phase. It is that the ammonium nitrate can also be used with that fuel oil. They are also ready to use available those can also be used easily. One of the beneficial effects of a fines component in the particulate oxidizing salt portion of emulsion blend explosives is increased water resistance. The emulsion blend of this method is sensitized, i.e., it contains sufficient sensitizer, e.g., dispersed gas bubbles or voids (here exactly those hollow glass, phenol-formaldehyde micro balloons, glass micro balloons, fly ash, etc. will do the work.), e.g., amine nitrates such as monomethylamine nitrate, trinitrotoluene, per chlorates, etc., can be incorporated into the emulsion. Also, air-carrying solid materials may be added to the emulsion at the time of mixing. Oils and aqueous inorganic oxidizing salt solutions known to the explosive emulsion art may be employed in the emulsion portion of the blend products, e.g., oils and salt solutions. Mostly, the inorganic oxidizing salt present in the emulsion's aqueous phase will be an ammonium, alkali metal, or alkaline-earth metal nitrate or per chlorate, preferably ammonium nitrate, alone or in combination with, for example, up to about 50 percent sodium nitrate (based on the total weight of inorganic oxidizing salts in the aqueous phase). As this Salts having properties, that are preferred if the emulsifying agent Suitable oils for use include fuel oils, mineral oil, dewaxed oil, etc. The oil content of the emulsion may be sufficient to provide a substantially oxygen-balanced emulsion, or it may contain excess oil (and be oxidizer-deficient) In addition to the possible inclusion of chemical sensitizers in the emulsion, e.g., in solution in the discontinuous aqueous phase thereof or as a dispersion of a finely divided solid therein, one or more detonation catalysts such as ammonium dichromate, cupric chloride, etc. also may be present, either in the emulsion or in the particulate solid portion of the blend. Various types of emulsifying agents are known for emulsions to be used as explosives or in emulsion blend explosives. Whether or not a given emulsifying agent is suitable for use in the emulsion to be incorporated in the emulsion. The emulsion explosives described in the following example are prepared as follows:

The Emulsion
Ammonium Nitrate (dissolved) 70.9 75.8

Water Oil Oleic Acid Sodium Hydroxide (50% aq. soln.)

15.6 7.6 3.8 2.1

16.6 4.3 2.1 1.2

The thing is that we can use fuel oil if possible in this method. The emulsion works at its best is good of its water resistance properties. The compositions can be changed for the better one. It is all-simple to make.