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rocket fuel

[′räk·ət ‚fyül]
(materials)
Any of the substances or mixtures of substances that can burn rapidly with controlled combustion to produce large volumes of gas at high pressures and temperatures; includes monopropellants (hydrogen peroxide and hydrazine), liquid bipropellant fuels (organic fuel and oxidizer), and solid propellants (mixed oxidizer-fuel in a propellant grain).
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(0238 GMT) launch, before erupting into a ball of flames and releasing highly toxic rocket fuel into the air.
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