The solid fuel-rich propellant based on B@GAP, which was prepared using the solvent–nonsolvent method, also shows the advantage of reduced slurry viscosity during propellant blending and casting. Moreover, the ignition/combustion time of B@GAP powder was also measured, revealing that the ignition delay times for raw boron and coated B@GAP were 16.2 ms and 7.6 ms, respectively. In another study, Shin prepared core–shell-structured B@GAP particles through the solvent–nonsolvent method using N, N-Dimethylformamide (DMF), and isopropanol (IPA) as the nonsolvent. Furthermore, B@GAP was dispersed in silver nitrate solution to prepare silver-modified B@GAP-Ag particles under ultraviolet irradiation for 1 hour. The preparation process. The XPS results in. A shows that the B1s peak value (185.4 eV) of B@GAP is lower than that of bare boron (187.9 eV). This is because the active azide (-N3), an electron donor group in GAP, is located near the surface of the electron-deficient boron and can thus form the B-N3-R bond with boron. The authors believe that the position of N3 may further enhance the combustion ability of boron. The spectrum of B@GAP-Ag shows a new N 1s peak at 398.3 compared with that of the B@GAP, indicating the formation of an N = C bond on the GAP surface after GAP had been irradiated by light. If you are looking for high quality, high purity, and cost-effective Boron powder, or if you require the latest price of Boron powder, please feel free to email contact mis-asia.