4 edition of Constructive Uses of Nuclear Explosives. found in the catalog.
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The degree to which gas acceleration drives the explosion process is greatly affected by the water content of the rock in which the shot is fired since water vapor largely accounts for the gas pressure present during the latter part of the expansion process.