239]Pu, explosive charges from conventional chemical explosives (for example, from trinitrotoluene
(TNT) or hexagen) are exploded from the outside all along the perimeter of this fissile nuclear material [5, 9, 11 ].
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It was the chemical trinitrotoluene
, more commonly known as TNT, that turned their faces a lurid shade of yellow.
How is the explosive trinitrotoluene
Dubbed the "mother of all bombs," the 21,600 pound GBU-43 produced a blast equal to 11 tons of trinitrotoluene
I have a letter from the Health and Safety Executive dated 23 Dec, 1987 admitting that exposures to benzene related derivatives like trinitrotoluene
(TNT) are well known to cause aplastic anaemia, destruction of the bone marrow and a precursor condition to leukaemia and other cancers.
(TNT) solidification is studied because TNT casting process is often employed in HE ammunitions.
They use rifles and guns capable of causing high velocity avulsive and penetrating injuries and IEDs, which are destructive homemade devices made of explosives like trinitrotoluene
(TNT), C4 plastic explosives etc.
While modern explosives are several times more powerful than trinitrotoluene
(TNT), future explosives may be much more powerful still.
In one experiment, Veinot's team figured out how to develop disposable, paper-based sensors to detect explosives, such as trinitrotoluene
, or TNT.
Explosive" means any chemical compound or mixture that has the property of yielding readily to combustion or oxidation upon application of heat, flame, or shock, including but not limited to dynamite, nitroglycerin, trinitrotoluene
, or ammonium nitrate when combined with other ingredients to form an explosive mixture, blasting caps, and detonators.
Reclaimed flaked trinitrotoluene
(better known as TNT) is packaged, shipped, and reused for other applications.