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What food item is an ingredient in dynamite?

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Peanuts are sometimes used in dynamite, in the form of peanut oil.
Some manufacturers use it to make glycerol, which is an ingredient of nitroglycerine, although it is not an essential ingredient. Glycerol can be made without peanut oil as well.
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What is the main ingredient of dynamite?

The main ingredient in dynamite is an oily, explosive liquid called  nitroglycerine, or trinitroglycerine. Early dynamites actually used  peanuts as an ingredient, as peanut

What are the ingredients in dynamite?

Dynamite is some sort of filler that's been soaked in nitroglycerin, then packed into a tube for use. Nobel used diatomaceous earth as his filler, but you can use just about a

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What is the edible food element in dynamite?

Peanut oil is sometimes used in the manufacturing of nitroglycerin.

Are peanuts one of the ingredients in dynamite?

True Enough- Peanut oil can be processed to produce glycerol, which can be used to make nitroglycerin, one of the constituents of dynamite. However, there are other processes

Where can you get dynamite ingredients?

Dynamite ingredients include nitroglycerin, diatomaceous earth and tubes--usually waxed paper tubes--to hold the explosive. The nitro must be made at the dynamite factory; it'
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What are the ingredients of the dynamite?

In the simplest sense, dynamite is diatomaceous earth soaked with nitroglycerine, until it looks like wet brown sugar. It is packed into waxed red cardboard tubes, sealed, and