Where did Colorado shooter get his Napalm?
He probably made it. It is not hard to make napalm, but I'm not going to tell you how.
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Napalm is a powdered aluminum soap or similar compound used to gelatin oil or gasoline for use in napalm bombs or flame throwers, or the resultant gelatinous substance. Napalm was developed by the U.S. in World War II by a team of Harvard chemists led by Louis Fieser. . Napalm was not invented b…y the U.S., and not in WW2, it was first made under then name Greek Fire during the 600's. It is a petrol fuel thickened many different ways. Styrofoam has the same properties as many chemicals that are added. See link: http://encarta.msn.com/encyclopedia_761564351/napalm.html . Napalm is a form of jellied fuel used as a military weapon. It is flammable, and like a thin jelly, sticks to anything it splashes against. When ignited, it sets things it has splashed against on fire. It was used as a fuel in flamethrowers and as aerial bombs. ( Full Answer )
Napalm is a flammable substance (originally it was gasoline) mixed with a gelling agent to make it adhere to surfaces when spread. It was developed in the US for use in incendiary bombs and flame throwers.
take a of container some sort, i find a sandwich box works well then take some gasoline fill you'r container with the gasoline, then disolve styrofome in the gasoline, after this take a long stick/pole dunk it in, do not get it on you'r self, then light it up and enjoy ! ( Napalm can also melt thro…ugh various materials so try it on metal and have fun) ( Full Answer )
In Vietnam, napalm was first used against buildings. Later on, thiswas used as an anti-personnel weapon that sticks to skin and causedsevere burns.
if you want to make a cheap knock off of it its 1/2 gasoline and 1/2 styrofoam. napalm-b the milatary grade one its not to be public. just saying creating is illegal dont try it.
No. Napalm is the name given to any of a number of flammable liquids used in warfare, often jellied gasoline (as by Wikipedia's definition).. A chemical weapon is one that does not cause physical damage from blast or fire. Instead it releases a chemical agent that is harmful to humans.
Napalm is the name given to any of a number of flammable liquidLiquid Liquid is one of the principal states of matter. A liquid is a fluid that has the particles loose and can freely form a distinct surface at the boundaries of its bulk material.... s used in warWar ... fare, often jellied… gasolineGasoline File:GasCan.jpg Gasoline or petrol is a petroleum-derived liquid mixture, primarily used as fuel in internal combustion engines.It consists mostly of aliphatic hydrocarbons, enhanced with iso-octane or the aromatic hydrocarbons toluene and benzene to increase its octane rating.... . Napalm is actually the thickener in such liquids, which when mixed with gasoline makes a sticky incendiary gel. Developed by the U.S. in World War IIWorld War II World War II , or the Second World War , was a global military conflict which involved a Participants in World War II, including all of the great powers, organised into two opposing military alliances: the Allies of World War II and the Axis powers.... by a team of Harvard chemists led by Louis FieserLouis Fieser Louis F. Fieser was an organic chemist, professor, and in 1968, professor emeritus at Harvard University. He was renowned as the inventor, in 1943, of a militarily effective form of napalm.... , its name is a portmanteau of the names of its original ingredients, coprecipitated aluminiumAluminium Aluminium or aluminum is a silvery white and ductile member of the boron group of chemical elements. It has the symbol Al ; its atomic number is 13.... salts of na phthenicNaphthenic acid Naphthenic acid is the name for an unspecific mixture of several cyclopentane and cyclohexane carboxylic acids with molecular weight of 120 to well over 700 au.... and palm iticPalmitic acid Palmitic acid ,CH314COOH or hexadecanoic acid in IUPAC nomenclature, is one of the most common saturated fatty acids found in animals and plants.... acids. These were added to the flammable substance to cause it to gel. Modern napalm is composed primarily of benzeneBenzene Benzene , or benzol , is an organic compound chemical compound and a known carcinogen with the molecular formula Carbon6Hydrogen6.... and polystyrenePolystyrene Polystyrene , sometimes abbreviated PS , is an Aromaticity polymer made from the aromatic monomer styrene, a liquid hydrocarbon that is commercially manufactured from petroleum by the chemical industry.... , and is known as napalm-B. so a combination of different compounds and sometimes not even regulated. CH314COOH and the benzine ring formula c6h6 together would probably be the closet thing to a definite formula ( Full Answer )
The purpose of a napalm is pshycological and physical damage seeing your buddies burned alive can take a toll on your brain and its not very fun to be burned alive either oh and to burn forest for instance in vietnam they would burn entire forest with this bomb
Napalm and Agent Orange was used mainly to kill the jungle vegetation so the Viet Cong couldn't hide and made it impossible for people to live or grow cops in the areas where they were dropped.
Historians prefer to use the term INCENDIARY devices or INCENDIARY bombs; Especially when referring to WW2 in Europe. Napalm bombs/devices are INCENDIARY bombs, but contain another category of chemicals in them such as "Naphthenic & Palmitic" chemicals.. During WW2, cities such as Dresden and Tokyo… were struck heavily with INCENDIARY devices. Casualty figures are not reliable, but are documented for those cities. Data is also available for the Korean War (1950-1953).. Due to the sensitivity of the Vietnam War, casualty figures on the INCENDIARY bombs used in the Vietnam War, commonly referred to as "Napalm Bombs", are not commonly available. ( Full Answer )
July 17, 1944, target:fuel depot; Saint Lo, France. Mission flown by US Army Air Force P-38 Lightnings.
The way you get napalm is to fight other mafias and win it as a loot item. You can get Napalm by doing the job..."Exterminate a rival family". It will take a little bit to get it though. It is a lotted item.
In New York their is a job for levels 40+ it will says the job earns you an napalm sometimes.
naplam burns the land and the plants turns to ashs its the opposite of liquide nitrogen naplam is a extremely hot substances that burns and kills thnigs in other words thas what it does
napalm was used in Germany and japan, vietnam, and Korea. napalm was not used in enduring freedom or in modern warfare due to being to lethal and inflicting unnecessary punishment on civilian who would come into contact with napalm
Yes it is illegal in the USA. You can make it and use it in your backyard or something but don't get caught! I just made napalm and searched up on it and find many people saying it's illegal.
yes you can but it is very secrative so if you want to learn how then email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
by the job called "Exterminate A Rival Family" on Hitman category(lvl 18-24), it has low chance so you should be patient if you do this, and it cost 38 energies... but you can also get one by defeating some other mafias..
first you have to be level 18-24 then you do the job called exterminate rival family, however this may take some persistance so just keep doing the job over and over
napalm was used in Vietnam because Vietnam's forests were thick and would not burn with regular fire. cutting down forests would take months on end. the solution..the military killed viet cong and there forests with napalm.
Agent orange was a defoliating chemical used to clear jungle. Later, research proved it had horrible effects on the people exposed to it. Napalm is a sticky and extremely flammable substance often used by military forces. Its original intent was to clear brush destroy wooden structures. Unfortuna…tely, it is also often used against human targets. ( Full Answer )
It is deadly. It is a tactical weapon to remove vegetation and to instill fear and bring death
it is a loot drop but not an ordinary loot drop you cant get it from missions you can only get it from fighting
From Victory Dance in Eastern Europe, or sometimes your fellow crew members can "Back you up" and "go into their armory" and you gain one.
USN riverine battleships (Monitors) dispersed (shot) napalm from their vessels turrets along the rivers in South Vietnam. USN, USMC, USAF jets dropped napalm (incendiary) bombs all over South Vietnam.
No, both are legal weapons for nations to use in war. Only chemicaland biological weapons are prohibited by international law(although that has not stopped certain countries from using them).
Napalm is a highly flammable sticky jelly used in fire-starting bombs and flamethrowers, consisting of gasoline thickened with special soaps.
yes, you can mix napalm with thermite, though EXTREMELY dangerous it makes for a much bigger flame, much more destructive, and a hell of a lot more delicate. so make sure that when it gets ignited, to be plenty far away. Napalm isn't an explosive, the explosive in napalm devices is jellied gasolin…e, Napalm is the substance that binds it all together. ( Full Answer )
it's like, the same effect a woman has on you that's like the effects of drugs. it can be a good effect or a bad one. hope this helps :)
Napalm is an incendiary and it was used to reduce the amount of coverage the Viet Cong had when employing guerrilla tactics in battle.
According to his twitter no he does not, and also his twitter says he's gay.... So there's that.
Napalm, (a jellied gasoline air dropped bomb that sticks to objects and people and burns them), was used in WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and Iraq.
It is easily made, but being in the US, it is illegal for you to buy.
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It stuck to anything it touched (combination wax and gasoline). Itis a feared fireball in combat. In the Pacific, napalm wasinstrumental in clearing the caves and emplacements on Iwo Jima. Itwas an infantry weapon (flame thrower) and bomb that spread on thebattlefield. Napalm explosions covered larg…e areas in flames. ( Full Answer )
The following play in Napalm: Balraj (Electric guitarist/ Main vocalist) Haroon (Electric Guitarist) Tavleen (Lead Electric Guitarist/Acoustic Guitarist) Arthie (Keyboard/Piano/Backing Vocals) Vinay (Drummer) Gaurav (Bassist/Screamer/Lyricist) Joshua (Rhythm Guitarist)
Napalm is a mixture of a thickening gelling agent and petroleum or a similar fuel for use in an incendiary device. It consist on polystyrene (46 parts), gasoline (33 parts) and benzene (21 parts). Napalm was first developed in 1942 by Harvard researchers cooperating with the U.S. army and used in bo…mbs and flame throwers by mixing a powdered aluminum soap of naphthalene with palpitate (hence napalm). No one is claiming credit for the development of napalm. ( Full Answer )
This is my mixture it may take alot to light it but. Just use. A blowtorch . Take nail polish removal or acetone. And. Magnesium iron oxide and aluminum And alchohol and gasoline. Put it in a bottle shake it up. And pour it on your target. And Set it on fire. Have fun. Also add Styrofoam or polyethy…lene ( Full Answer )
It sticks to you, can be hardly removed or put out if it was inflamed. This will cause serious injury or death, depending on how much it is.
None were napalmed, But during World War II, most of the major cities (except Kyoto) were firebombed.
lots of gasoline and if you want to make it at home, add styrofoam in a particular way which i do not know
The only thing that will stop napalm or White Phosporus (WP=Willie Pete) is mud. This element will smother it.
It eliminated the target and the surrounding area as well as instilling fear in the enemy.
Not sure what you mean by side effects. Napalm is/was a jellied fuel. It is spread across the target area. and ignited. It burns with great heat for a few minutes. Being close to or inside the flame area can be fatal- not just from the heat, but the oxygen being burned out of the air.
no he used a Remington 12 gauge shotgun one of the most common weapons on the planet but he had a glock 22 in 40. caliber smith Wesson and a AR15 type weapon he was not a criminal and had no history of mental illness so he was able to buy of this legit at any place that sells firearms because he was… a law abiding Citizen until the shootings so his back round check raised no red flags and i believe that you mean title 3 which is the ATF designation for weapon's with no sporting usage ( Full Answer )
Assuming you're talking about the one at the movie theater in Aurora, the case is still ongoing.
When Gump was carrying his wounded comrads from the jungle, you can see the flames behind him. Those planes were using napalm to de-nude the jungle foilage for better visablity.
Originally it was a petroleum fuel with a thickening or jellingagent- a mix of napthenic and palmitic acids (napalm). Napalm todayis a mix of benzene, gasoline, and polystyrene thickener.
because it uses a weapon called a napalm bomb . napalm is basically gelled gasoline and is very sticky.
Napalm is an incendiary device that is commonly used as a military weapon. The first known usage of napalm by the U.S. was in World World II in Germany and Japan.