Document Details


Title:
"Progress Report for December on Development of Test Unit for Production of Oxygen by a Regenerative Chemical"
Subject Terms:
Absorption; Arthur D. Little Company; Carboxy-hemoglobin; Desorption; Division 11; Ethomine; National Defense Research Com.; OEMsr-269; Oxygen Production; Palladium Chloride; Regenerative Chemicals; Rumford Chemical Co.; Salcomine; Supplement No. 1
Addressee:
Division 11 (National Defense Research Com., Washington DC(US))
Document Location:
DOE/NV Nuclear Testing Archive, P.O. Box 98521, City: Las Vegas, State: NV, Zip: 89193-8521, Phone:(702)295-0712, Fax:(702)295-1808, Email:cic@nv.doe.gov; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Archives and Records Office, 1 Cyclotron Road, Mailstop 69-104, City: Berkeley, State: CA, Zip: 94720, Phone:(510)486-5525, Fax:(510)486-7200, Email:jwstoner@lbl.gov
Document Categories:
Science and Technology\General
Document Type:
REPORT
Publication Date:
1943 Feb 01
Declassification Date:
1996 Mar 20
Declassification Status:
Declassified
Document Pages:
27
Accession Number:
OOB960418
Document Number(s):
11-54-3; OEMsr-269; Div. 11; OEMsr269; Div11
Originating Research Org.:
Arthur D Little, Incorporated
OpenNet Entry Date:
1996 Oct 03
Description/Abstract:
This record consists of a report titled ""Progress Report for December on Development of Test Unit for Production of Oxygen by a Regenerative Chemical." This report was prepared by Arthur D. Little Company and submitted to Division 11 of National Defense Research Committee. Topics discussed include: obtaining maximum oxygen yield per hour per pound of salcomine powder; life test on ethomine; tests run on the quality of the oxygen produced by salcomine and ethomine, including the palladium chloride test, and the carboxy-hemoglobin test; salcomine studies; productivity of shallow bed on various cycles; cyclic operation of Rumford High-High Salcomine; absorption and desorption characteristics of Rumford High-High Salcomine; effect of air rate on absorption; studies on ethomine; and absorption and desorption characteristics of ethomine at various saturation levels. Report includes tables, graphs, and a sketch. This copy of the report was issued to M. Calvin of University of California Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.


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