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The action of ammonia in eth gives a mixt of a pentanitrate, a tetranitrate, and a mannitan tetramine, C6H80(NH2)4 (Ref 8); action of pyridine in boiling et alc forms a pentanitrate (Ref 15). The rate of hydrolysis in 5% K hydroxide or 1% Na carbonate is less than that of Inositol Hexanitrate, NC, or Ery&ritol Tetranitrate (Ref 38). Treatment with zinc dust and Ac anhydr in pyridine or HC1 soln gives mannitol hexaacetate (Ref 39); in a similar reaction the same hexaacetate is formed when the nitrate is allowed to stand in the cold with Ac anhydr: 100’% sulfuric acid 10:1 (Ref 49).
The resulting plastic mass is heated to 95° while the kneading is continued, and then cooled. Maltobenzit has the following props: Qe, 936cal/g; Trauzl block test, 260cc; impact sensitivity with 2kg wt, 60–70cm Refi S: von Monasterski, SS 28, 349–50 (1933) Maltobenzit. 0 – – – Grade I is used for delay powds while Grades II and III are for use in pyrotechnic compns Refi Mellor 12, 139–200 (1940) Manganese Azide. ,” Manganese Bioxide. Gunpowder intended for use in larger cal guns, invented in 1861 by Gen TJ.
M. 16; white amor or tryst powd, mp about 137°; v sol in w, insol in ale. 5 hrs. It can be \ nitrated Refs: 1) Beil 1,538, (284)&  2) Daniel (1902), 561 Mannitane Tetranitrate. 9%; yellowish-brown syrupy liq; insol in w, sol in alc & eth. Can be prepd by gradual dissolution of lp of mannitane in a cooled mixt of 5ps coned nitric acid and 10ps coned sulfuric acid. The slurry is then poured’into a large quant of ice w, and the prod sepalby fdtn, washed& dried. 52g/cc, sol in w (13g/100g at ~ 140), sl sol in alc (0.
Encyclopedia of Explosives and Related Items (Vol 08) by U.S. Army Research and Development Command.; TACOM, ARDEC.; Warheads, Energetics and Combat Support Center