LX-14 and LX-14-0 are polymer-bonded explosives developed by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and used in nuclear weapons in the United States.[1]


LX-14 is made of HMX explosive powder (95.5%) and Estane and 5702-Fl plastic binders (4.5%).


LX-14-0 has a density of 1830 kg/m3.


  1. Cooper, Paul W. (1996). "Chapter 4: Use forms of explosives". Explosives Engineering. Wiley-VCH. pp. 51–66. ISBN 0-471-18636-8.
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