silver fulminate is a high explosive. I believe it was the first one discovered but I may be wrong about that last part. If I remember my information correctly it is still put in those little snap poppers that can be bought in places with fireworks. It's highly reactive, especially by accident and so unpredictable and sensitive that a person would more likely blow themselves up if they tried to consolidate a pile from those poppers. Though it doesn't sound too hard to make if a person understands the effects of acids on metals and how compounds are generally named.
Silver is NOT explosive
silver is not toxic or explosive is is a metal and most metals don't explode there is a rare case of silver poisoning but that is caused by silver in the blood
not by itself it isnt...
No, silver nitrate is not explosive, although it does burn very rapidly ---- Well no, neither will it burn. What it is is an oxidiser, thus it must be mixed with a suitable reducing agent (fuel) for it to burn or explode.
It doesn't really have one, though the term "fulminating silver" is sometimes used to refer to any explosive silver compound.
an explosive one
The molecular formula for silver nitrate is AgNO3. Silver nitride AgN3 is an explosive compound which may form if Tollen's reagent (ammoniacal siver nitrate) is left to stand.
Krakatau produces highly explosive eruptions.
NO --------------- I know of no pure carbon forms that are explosive (maybe there is some strained crystal structures). Though carbon could be explosive if a fine dispersion of it in air was ignited. Also acetylene and particularly its silver salt is very explosive Ag-CΞC-Ag. Even though this isn't purely carbon based, the energy is stored in the tripple bond between the carbon atoms.
Is chlorine explosive?Chlorine alone is not explosive.
The explosive device was deactivated.He had explosive diarrhoea after eating the Mexican meal.Use the explosive rounds.
A realy big explosion
It is not explosive alone, but with other materials it can become explosive.
No, technetium is a radio-isotope. It is not explosive.
The boxing match ended after an explosive flurry of blows to the head.
Composite volcanoes can produce both explosive and non-explosive eruptions. They are best-known for their explosive eruptions, however.
The silica of were the volcano erupts usually is what determines if a volcano is explosive or non-explosive. If the silica content is low that means the volcano will be non-explosive and if the silica content is high the volcano will most likely be explosive.
Kilauea is a non explosive volacano.
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I think it is explosive.