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anergolic propellant




An anergolic propellant is a propellant in which, in contrast to a hypergolic propellant, the liquid fuel and liquid oxidizer do not burn spontaneously when they come into contact. Examples include: liquid oxygen and ethanol, white fuming nitric acid (WFNA) and jet engine fuel, and liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen.


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