What is the edible ingredient of dynamite?
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No, peanuts are not one of the ingredients of dynamite. Dynamite ismade from Nitroglycerine, also known as trinitroglycerin, andglycerol triturate.
The main ingredient in dynamite is an oily, explosive liquid callednitroglycerine, or trinitroglycerine. Early dynamites actually usedpeanuts as an ingredient, as peanut oil w…as a source of glycerol.
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…nything that will soak up liquid. nitro-glycerine Nitroglycerin (a liquid) is the active component, mixed with diatomaceous earth to form a plastic wad. (Hence the name dynamite)
Peanuts are sometimes used in dynamite, in the form of peanut oil. Some manufacturers use it to make glycerol, which is an ingredientof nitroglycerine, although it is not an e…ssential ingredient.Glycerol can be made without peanut oil as well.
Peanuts were (and probably still are) used in dynamite.
It is bananas
Peanut oil is sometimes used in the manufacturing of nitroglycerin.
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What ingredients you use to make an edible plant cell depends onwhat is easiest for you. You can use a cookie for the plant cell.You can then use different types of candy for …the parts. You mightalso want to use Rice Krispie Treats with icing for the otherparts.
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Eggshell. Has a yolk and a white inside it.
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… that can be used to make dynamite without using peanuts at all.
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'…s illegal to ship it as it's so dangerous. Diatomaceous earth is easy--you can get that at a swimming pool store because they use it in pool filters. You would probably make your own tubes; the kind of tube you need for dynamite isn't a stock item. So...the answer is you make most of it.
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Nitroglycerin (a liquid) is the active component, mixed with diatomaceous earth to form a plastic wad. (Hence the name 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… labeled as to what it is - that's dynamite.
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