Electrostatically enhanced nanocomposite particle assembly as a viable method of enhancing the reactivity of energetic nanocomposites is reported. The kinetics of the burning process can be be tailored, and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) results demonstrate that bipolar- assembly synthesized aluminum/iron oxide nanocomposite aerosol materials have burning rates an order of magnitude higher than those produced via random Brownian coagulation.
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