The most difficult explosives riddlesChemistry quiz
What kind of fire do we mean with the letter D?
The Class D fire use combustible metal as its fuel source. Examples of such combustible metals include titanium, magnesium, aluminum, and potassium. To extinguish a Class D fire, use a dry powder agent. This absorbs the heat that fire requires to burn and smothers it as well.
Which one below isn't an explosive material?
TNT (Trinitrotoluene), RDX (Royal Demolition Explosive) and DNB (Dinitrobenzene) are all explosive materials. DMT on the other hand is a Dimethyltryptamine, one of the most powerful psychedelic drugs.
The dynamite patented by Alfred Nobel consisted of...
TNT and lignite
gunpowder and plastic mass
nitroglycerin and diatomaceous earth
nitroglycerin and ammonium nitrate
Alfred Nobel found that when nitroglycerin was incorporated in an absorbent inert substance like diatomaceous earth it became safer and more convenient to handle, and this mixture he patented in 1867 as "dynamite".
Which acid is used for the production of explosives?
Nitric acid is the primary reagent used for nitration - the addition of a nitro group. Nitration reactions are notably used for the production of explosives, for example synthesis of nitroglycerine, the conversion of guanidine to nitroguanidine and the conversion of toluene to trinitrotoluene (TNT).