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'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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Dynamite was invented in Geesthacht, Germany in 1866 (patented in1867) by Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel. His invention was intended to be a safer way to use nitroglycerinbut it caused many accidental deaths and also came to be used inwar, so Nobel decided to make his legacy a positive one. When hedi…ed, he had set apart a large amount of his wealth to fund theNobel Prizes. (MORE)
dynamite is used for blowing things unwanted up. if its put in the wrong hands it can be very dangerous.
usally it costes 100.00,to a thousand dollars . usally it costes 100.00,to a thousand dollars
Dynamite is some sort of filler that's been soaked in nitroglycerin, then packed into a tube for use. Nobel used sawdust as his filler, but you can use just about anything that will soak up liquid.
Dynamite is an explosive used for blasting and demolition. As invented by chemist Alfred Nobel in 1866, dynamite is the unstable compound nitroglycerin that is mixed with an inert filler to make it safer to transport and handle. Originally the filler was diatomite or sawdust, but various compounds …are used, including nitrocellulose (generally anything that will soak up liquid). The term "military dynamite" refers to a different compound (a combination of RDX, TNT, cornstarch and motor oil) that is much more stable than true dynamite. (MORE)
You first get a federal explosives license. You will need to prove three things: that you are a good person, that you need the license for professional reasons, and that you have a safe, secure place to store your explosives before you use them. After you have this, you contact an explosives supplie…r who will sell you the explosives you are licensed to have--if you are licensed to have water gel slurry explosive and not dynamite, you can't buy dynamite. \n. \nThe problem with getting dynamite is almost no one uses it anymore. Miners prefer water gel slurry explosives, which are pumped out of tank trucks into boreholes. Demolition contractors like plastic explosives. Both are safer, easier to handle and less toxic than dynamite. (MORE)
Dynamite is a type of explosive made of an absorbent material (Like clay) soaked in a very explosive substance called nitroglycerin. Finely powdered rock is added as well. The whole thing is packed tightly into a cylinder and wrapped with paper. It's much more reactive than TNT but becomes more unst…able over time. (MORE)
it was created because nitroglycerine, its predecessor, was too unstable and had destroyed a lot of stuff. for example, it was brought to mines and work sites by train, but more often than not the stuff blew the train up. dynamite is basically nitroglycerine mixed with diatomaceous earth (soil made …of the dead bodies of unicellular organisms called diatoms) so its a lot more stable. (MORE)
No, peanuts are not one of the ingredients of dynamite. Dynamite ismade from Nitroglycerine, also known as trinitroglycerin, andglycerol triturate.
Dynamite A slow detonating explosive with a great deal of force. Excellant for blasting, quarying or other earth - rock moving effects.
Just after it was realeased, dynamite exploded in the market just shy of 2 months after it s relaese.
It is still possible to use dynamite. However, you would need aBATFE explosive license due to laws. This would require you show alegitimate need for explosives.
it was made by Alfred Nobel who made dynamite, it was made out ofdead earth and nitroglycerin. they were both mixed and ignited by ashock made by the blasting cap, which was also invented by Alfred
Dynamite was invented by Alfred Nobel (of the eponymous Nobel Prizes ) in 1867. Early dynamite was made by mixing the explosive liquid nitroglycerin into an absorbent compound, such as diatomaceous earth. It was then wrapped in paper to make sticks, which were detonated by a blasting cap inserte…d into a stick or bundle. A less dangerous alternative was to use ammonium nitrate instead of the unstable nitroglycerin. So called ammonium dynamite was nearly as powerful. Modern dynamite is mostly a mix of RDX, TNT, and oil and is called military dynamite . This mixture is designed to provide the explosive power without the safety risks of actual dynamite. (MORE)
The first real explosive was Nitroglycerin. It was far too dangerous for stationary use. A much safer explosive called dynamite. This includes nitroglycerin and wood pulp. That's about it . Surely gunpowder was they first commonly available explosive? Nitroglycerin came several hundred years la…ter. (MORE)
The main ingredient in dynamite is an oily, explosive liquid callednitroglycerine, or trinitroglycerine. Early dynamites actually usedpeanuts as an ingredient, as peanut oil was 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 anything 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) (MORE)
Ingredients are the individual food items that are combined in a recipe, such as a dish, cake, or sauce. They are usually prepared or added together in specific ways, and in a specific order, to ensure a good result. Ingredients make up a food or similar combination of items. Recipes tell how to c…ombine and prepare ingredients. an item or food u make into your meal, dessert or snack. What finished product is made out of. (MORE)
The dynamite is on the Chinese course. The Chinese course is straight down from the LAB on your compass. To find it, go all the way right. You will see it on a brick. It is down on the bottom of to the right!
Original, it was nitroglycerin packed in sawdust. This was because it was to unstable. This made it safer to use. Now, potassium nitrate of ammonium nitrate are used more commonly, because they are even more stable.
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 essential ingredient.Glycerol can be made without peanut oil as well.
Napoleon Dynamite is character in the movie "Napoleon Dynamite". He is a nerd who gets bullied at school, and when his grandma is in the hospital, his uncle Rico comes to watch him and his computer geek brother. When his uncle is there, Napoleon makes two new friends (Pedro and Deb) and he helps Ped…ro win the school election. The movie is filled with laughs. A must see comedy. (MORE)
You just go to the Chinese Era and walk along the ground until you reach a barrel of gunpowder.
Dynamites uses are to explode or burst a building or a tower. . some people also sometimes use it in mines to look for gold!
Alfred Nobel invented Dynamite in 1866. He mixed Nitroglycerine (an explosive) with a chemical that turned it into paste and he shaped it into rods with blasting caps and a fuse. Hope that helps.
If you've ever been to Wisconsin, or someplace with a lot of rocky Hills, you'd notice that they have roads going through rock hills. Those aren't separated naturally, so they need Dynamite to get certain objects out of the way :)
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Alfred Nobel invented dynamite. He owned Boforsa, a major armaments manufacturer. He willed his enormous fortune to institute the Nobel Prizes.
Dynamite is used in mining to blow apart walls and whatnot. It saves time digging with a shovel. People that do this in the mines are called shotfirers.
The consequences for dynamite is death; especially if you don`t know what and how to use it.
Explosives on Poptropica Time Tangled Island : the gunpowder is at the Great Wall of China (1593 AD, 6 o'clock on the time device) Nabooti Island : the explosives in the Diamond Mine are to the left of the elevator. (Turn off the spaking switch to move, and back on to set the explosive off.) … Skullduggery Island : the small barrel of explosives is up on the mast above the Pirate Outpost, along with the Cannon Starter Kit (fuses). (MORE)
Alfred Nobel (yes as in the Nobel Prize) a Swedish chemist invented dynamite in 1886 and registered the patent in 1897.
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 was originally made by soaking diatomaceous earth (aka kieselgur/kieselguhr), sawdust, or some other absorbent material with nitroglycerin. More recent formulations are based on dissolving the NG in nitrocellulose with some ketone. The chemical formula for nitroglycerin (NG) is C 3 H 5 N 3 …O 9 . While NG can be combusted, the explosive (detonation) reaction comes from the decomposition of NG through the reaction: C 3 H 5 N 3 O 9 --> 3CO 2 + 2.5H 2 O + 1.5N 2 + 0.5O 2 Lighting the dynamite on fire and waiting for the heat to trigger the explosive decomposition is very inefficient. Since NG is shock sensitive, the detonation is usually is triggered by inserting a blasting cap into a stick. When the much lower powered blasting cap explodes, it provides sufficient shock and heat to trigger the detonation of the dynamite. It is important to understand that the explosion of dynamite is a detonation rather than a deflagration . Deflagration is an explosion where the reaction accelerates but the shock wave precedes the reaction front, compressing and heating the reactants in front of the shockwave. By contrast, in a detonation, the reaction crosses over the shockwave and thus as the reaction occurs, it is compressing the reactants between the shockwave and the reactant front. Another way to describe this is that deflagration explosions are subsonic and detonations are supersonic. (MORE)
You put the dynamite by the rocks after you have a line of gas by the rocks. Then you push the dynamite toward the rock and you turn on the elevator. After that your dynamite blows up the rocks.
No one simple answer. Originally, Dynamite was nitroglycerin soaked into an absorbent material- usually kieselguhr, a type of diatomecious earth. It is now a very complex material, with several different formulations, depending on the intended use. Military dynamite contains an explosive (RDX) and a… plasticizer. Other commercial dynamites have only small amounts of nitroglycerin, but may contain ammonium nitrate, powdered metals, waxes, ethylene and propylene compounds, etc. (MORE)
The word dynamite is a noun and a verb which is sometimes used as an adjective in informal language. Example uses: Noun: We keep the dynamite is a separate concrete bunker for safety. Verb: They had to dynamite the rock to put a road through. Adjective (informal): That new restaurant ha…s a dynamite buffet. (MORE)
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Yes. Nitrogen is in dynamite. The explosive ingredient in dynamite is Nitroglycerine. The glycerine molecule comes from fat, either vegetable or animal. It makes jello jell. When a nitric oxide molecule is added, it becomes nitroglycerine. It can be used as an explosive or a heart medicine. To turn… nitroglycerine into dynamite, the nitroglycerine is mixed with clay and a few other chemicals. (MORE)
As a noun, there are no antonyms for the word dynamite. As an adjective, some antonyms for dynamite are dull or uninteresting.
Dynamite was invented by none other than Alfred Nobel, who used the resulting profits to create the Nobel Prize.
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.
Dynamite works by burning very quickly, generating a lot of...well, I guess you'd call it smoke. The expansion of this smoke does the dynamite's work.
Dynamite was the name chosen by Alfred Nobel for his creation- an explosive made by soaking nitrogycerin into an aborbent type of earth. This was MUCH safer to transport and use than pure nitroglycerin. The name was chosen to portray energy- kind of catchy, huh?
it is a peice of something that you put lots of and different of them to make something like a cake aka. 1. add the flour 2 addd the eggs ... thats a ingredient aka . flour is a ingrdient i hope i helped ... dudekelly
Hmm. That's an interesting question. You could say that it isSwedish because its inventor (Alfred Nobel) was Swedish, or youcould say it is German because that is where the first dynamite wasdeveloped... or you could say that each stick of dynamite has anationality based on where it was manufactured…, since it ismanufactured all over the world. Truly, though, dynamite is just a tool used by people, and itdoesn't care where it is or who is using it. It just does what isit supposed to do and blows stuff up. It has no nationality. (MORE)
A dynamite poem would just be a poem about dynamite. You might bethinking of a Diamante (diamond) poem. This is the structure of a Diamante poem: . Diamantes are seven lines long. . The first and last lines have just one word. The second and sixth lines have two words. The third and fifth lines… have three words. And the fourth line has four words. . Lines 1, 4, and 7 have nouns. Lines 2 and 6 have adjectives. Lines 3 and 5 have verbs. . The first and last lines should be related... they could besynonyms or opposites. . The first half of the poem (including half of line 4) shouldrelate to the first line, and the second half of the poem(including half of line 4) should relate to the last line. (MORE)
\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n \n 0 \n false \n \n \n 18 pt \n 18 pt \n 0 \n 0 \n \n false \n false \n false \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n\n \n \n \n\n\n\n \n\n No, because dy namite is not a proper nou n. \n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n \n 0 \n false \n \n \n 18 pt \n 18 pt… \n 0 \n 0 \n \n false \n false \n false \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n\n \n \n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n \n 0 \n false \n \n \n 18 pt \n 18 pt \n 0 \n 0 \n \n false \n false \n false \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n\n \n \n \n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n (MORE)
No. Dynamite consists of three main parts: Nitroglycerin, AnAbsorbent (like sawdust), and Sodium Carbonate. These are combined,formed into small sticks, and then wrapped in paper with a wickadded.