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This description of c-stoff is FUNDAMENTALY wrong. C-STOFF was a catalyst solution consisting of a saturated solution of calcium permanganate in water. It functioned to decompose the HYDROGEN PEROXIDE in experimental or test versions of the HWK 109 rocket motors. Z-STOFF is the chemial formulation described on this page. This was the FUEL for the rocket NOT the OXYDIZER - the oxygen for burning the mixture of CH4 and N2H4 to CO2, H2O, NO2 being provided from the catalytic decomposition of the H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide). CSB

Be bold! Get in there and fix those errors :) Dysprosia 12:53, 26 Feb 2004 (UTC)
I think someone has greatly confused all this "Stoff" all throughout wikipedia. According to Hellmuth Walter himself ("History of German Guided Missiles Development"), M-Stoff was a mix of hydrazine hydratee and mathanol. Z-Stoff was a permanginate catylist. T-Stoff was hydrogen peroxide. I noticed that Walter spells hydrazine "hydracine". DonPMitchell (talk) 06:36, 1 September 2008 (UTC)