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  • Dunnite
  • Dunnite can be used as a precursor to the highly stable explosive TATB (1,3,5-triamino-2,4,6-trinitrobenzene), by first dehydrating it to form picramide (attaching the ammonia as an amine group instead of an ion) and then further aminating it. (wikipedia.org)
  • substance
  • An explosive material , also called an explosive , is a substance that contains a great amount of stored energy that can produce an explosion , a sudden expansion of the material after initiation, usually accompanied by the production of light , heat , and pressure . (thefullwiki.org)
  • Examples include nuclear explosives , antimatter , and abruptly heating a substance to a plasma state with a high-intensity laser or electric arc . (thefullwiki.org)
  • To determine the suitability of an explosive substance for a particular use, its physical properties must first be investigated. (thefullwiki.org)
  • gases
  • Ever since the tension of the bowstring as a means of propelling projectiles was displaced by the expansive force of the highly heated gases generated by explosives, the chemist has had to assume a large responsibility for the successful supply of fighting materials and the outwitting of the enemy. (jfredmacdonald.com)
  • unstable
  • It is highly unstable and highly sensitive to shock, heat or friction - it is a high-powered EXPLOSIVE. (mcgill.ca)
  • As far as threats go there are much easier ways for them to get their hands on explosives then to dive hundreds of feet below the surface to get a rusted out unstable most likely wont work mine. (cruisersforum.com)
  • BATF officials spoke of seizing 77 machine guns, hundreds of other firearms, tens of thousands of rounds of ammunition, booby traps, tons of ammonium nitrate (the fertilizer used in the Oklahoma City bombing), and explosives such as nitromethane (also used in Oklahoma City) and lead azide , described by experts as a powerful and unstable primary explosive. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Seventy-seven machine guns dwindled to four, and the unstable lead azide was transformed into lead styphnate, then lead picrate, a less dangerous compound. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • PROJECTILES
  • With the progress of the centuries, this responsibility has grown in intensity and has become so ramified as to include the development, not only of explosives, but also of projectors and projectiles, the production of an endless variety of materials for use at the front, and the equally important task of providing for the maintenance of adequate food-supplies, and of necessary industrial activity at home. (jfredmacdonald.com)
  • mercury
  • A minor but still important segment of the explosives industry is the production of detonating agents, or such priming compositions as lead azide [Pb(N 3 ) 2 ], silver azide (AgN 3 ), and mercury fulminate [Hg(ONC) 2 ]. (britannica.com)
  • potassium
  • I, II, and III "Nothing added, nothing taken away" Typed by The Mad Cracker Plastic Explosive Filler Sec I, No. I A plastic explosive filler can be made from potassium chlorate and petroleum jelly. (davesource.com)
  • Improvised Explosi
  • Principles of Improvised Explosive Devices (a bunch of switches and initiators) FM 5-20 Camouflage Complete guide to lock picking Get Even I and II TM 31-200-1 Unconventional warfare- both of these are about sabotage mainly TM 31-201-1 Unconventional warfare references Grandads Book of Chemistry (are you kidding? (davesource.com)
  • create
  • during the Battle of Dalmatia , Croatian forces were so ill-equipped that they stuffed explosives into Coca-Cola cans to create hand grenades ? (thefullwiki.org)