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Old May 11th, 2019, 06:45 AM
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Claimed capacity figures equate to approx. 1.6kj/g energy density. Compare to TNT at approximately 4.2kj/g. 40g (approximately the weight per round of a 7.62mm bullet including magazine) is about 65kj. Some quick and dirty maths suggests that this could vapourise 1 mol of water and expand it to about 0.05m3, which is a pretty decent steam explosion.

Note that assumes a 100% conversion efficiency in a hypothetical energy weapon. However, it does suggest that this energy density is enough to power a man-portable energy weapon if such a technology was developed.
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