Composition of ...
Dynamite is composed of 2 things: the first is Diatomite which is made of Silica, Alumina, and Iron Oxide. The chemical composition is SiO2Al2O3Fe2O3. The second component is Nitroglycerin which is composed of C3H5N3O9.
Main Chemicals, Compounds, Components
Silica, Alumina, and Iron Oxide are the main compounds of Diatomite.
The main compounds of Nitroglycerin is glycerol and nitric acid.
Dynamite is a chemical explosive. An explosive that, once ignited, burns extremely rapidly. This produces a large amount of hot gas in the process. As the hot gas expands very rapidly and applies pressure to the casing it eventually combusts, causing an explosion.
For obvious reasons I can’t tell you, the viewers, how to make dynamite. It is made in South Africa and the United States by manufacturers like Hercules Corporation. Dynamite is set of by lighting the fuse at the top of the stick and then once it hits the Nitroglycerin-soaked Diatomite, you get a giant explosion from the combustion of the materials.
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