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mon·o·pro·pel·lant

 (mŏn′ō-prə-pĕl′ənt)
n.
A rocket propellant consisting of a single substance or mixture that contains both fuel and oxidizer.
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monopropellant

(ˌmɒnəʊprəˈpɛlənt)
n
(Astronautics) a solid or liquid rocket propellant containing both the fuel and the oxidizer
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monoergol
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Because nitrous oxide may self-pressurize, there has been significant work to develop novel monopropellants using this oxidizer [1-6].
The use of monopropellants as a power source retains the benefits of pneumatic actuation, such as compliant interaction with environments, while dramatically improving power and/or energy density over phase change or compressed gas storage methods.
His research has in creased understanding of topics such as behaviors of droplets, destruction of waste energetic materials, combustion of monopropellants, and vehicle detection technology.