What is the edible food element in dynamite?
Peanut oil is sometimes used in the manufacturing of nitroglycerin.
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Edible means - fit to be eaten. The edibility of food is dependent on such things as: how it was cooked, freshness, etc.
Nobel invented dynamite, so I guess Nobelium was named after him
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 unstable over time.
Nitrogen is found in both nitroglycerine (the explosive in dynamite) and in nitrate and ammonia based fertilizers.
â¢Hydrogen 2. â¢Oxygen6. â¢Nitrogen. â¢Nobelium= 2/3. â¢Ch=ION=3. â¢C6 H2 (NO2)3CH3).
Nitrogen is used in dynamite.
Nobelium. Atomic Number 102.
Food consists of edible substances, by definition . Things that are not edible are not considered food.
Nobelium (No), after Alfred Nobel.
This will sound crazy, but peanuts ! Weird huh?
In Chemical Bonding
No, it's a compound.
In Elements and Compounds
Dynamite is an explosive material not a chemical element.