Definition of hypergolic fuel

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hypergolic fuel

'hypergolic fuel' is an military term meaning '(DOD,NATO) Fuel which will spontaneously ignite with an oxidizer, such as aniline with fuming nitric acid. It is used as the propulsion agent in certain missile systems'.

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