Why there are nitrogen bombs and nitro boosters if oxygen helps in burning?
Because chemical other than oxygen also boost burning rates.
~nitrogen~ it makes bombs explode ~nitrogen~ it puts you in the mode
liquid oxygen and liquid nitrogen they eplode and cause a mini explosion that boosts the ship upward but project orion was designed so it shot nuclear bombs from under it
Bombs, the suns burning fire lazers and people who pee in rivers
1.bombs 2.burning 3.rusting 4.tumour growth
There were different bombs for different things. The standard bomb had an outer casing made of steel, filled with an explosive similar to TNT. However, there were incendiary bombs, with an outer skin of thin sheet metal, and filled with a hot burning chemical mix intended to start fires. Other bombs were made to penetrate heavy concrete fortifications, a round bomb made to skip across water and destroy dams, and the atomic bombs used at… Read More
Smoke bombs are allowed only in emergencies. The authorities only can order for using smoke bombs. Smoke bombs are used to control violate crowd by the Police or Guards or by Army. Added: WARNING: If you are thinking of making your own "smoke" bombs for agricultural or pest control use - be advised that they are more correctly described as "smudge" bombs and consist of slow-burning/smoldering materials. They may NOT contain any explosive material or… Read More
Two Dirigibles Drop Bombs on Lowestoft and Reach Dagenham, 11 Miles from London. A Zeppelin is a type of rigid airship pioneered by the German Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin in the early 20th century. Helium was prefered over nitrogen to fill the dirigibles to avoid accidents.
USS Forrestal fire. He dove into the fire and rescued several people, and also helped push bombs and burning planes overboard.
Sorry- we are going to have to ask you to be more specific- your question is too broad for a meaningful answer. Early bombs used a burning fuse. Bombs in use today can be detonated by electrical or mechanical fuses in dozens of ways. Good questions equal good answers. Please rephrase yours and repost.
If I'm understanding your question, the answer is that oxygen doesn't burn, it just helps other things to burn. There are things called 'fuel-air' bombs that take advantage of oxygen's ability to increase explosive potential.
Atomic bombs, A bombs, fission bombs Hydrogen bombs, H bombs, fusion bombs Boosted fission bombs, "dial-a-yield" bombs Multistaged fusion bombs Clean fusion bombs, reduced fallout fusion bombs Salted fusion bombs, dirty fusion bombs, increased fallout fusion bombs etc.
Bombs made of explosive materials have been around for several centuries. The first bombs were made of black powder and detonated with a burning fuse; later chemical explosives like nitroglycerin and mercury fulminate were used. Since nitro was highly unstable and dangerous to use TNT dynamite was developed. Since them several more advanced explosives like Amatol and C-4 have been developed.
I suppose you are referring to phosphorus bombs. These bombs were made to ignite fires. Phosphorus burns very intensly and will burn you. When it explodes, pieces of burning phosphorus is thrown out in all directions. Just a spec of it will burn you and keep burning. It will even burn under water for a short time. If you want to read a personal account of a Viet Nam soldier who had a phosphorus grenade… Read More
i think it provided shelter and bombs for burning down the Capitol building. sorry if this wasn't helpful i hope it was i don't really like social studies so...
What kinds of bombs are there? How do bombs work? Which bombs are the most destructive? How did bombs originate?
Einstein proved mass can be translated into energy, and vica versa. Regular bombs work by interchanging atoms to form different types of molecules. The burning of hydrogen for instance, combines hydrogen and oxygen to form water. The total mass of the water is just sligtly less than the reagents used to make it. However, the atoms stays the same. In an atomic bomb, the atoms themselves are changed. The change in mass are much more… Read More
nuclear bombs thermonuclear bombs fission bombs fusion bombs
By "bombs," I assume you mean explosive compounds. A complete bomb would include the metal of the casing, the batteries of the detonator, the paint on the outside, etc. Essentially, an explosive is a compound that oxidizes very rapidly. Oxidation is the same process responsible for rust and fire and the redness of our blood. One chemical all bombs must have, or get, is oxygen. In fact, the science of explosive design is principally mixing… Read More
Both basically are the same, they can be fission or fusion bombs like Uranium,Plutonium and Hydrogen bombs. A general description would be that atomic bombs are fission bombs. Nuclear bombs are fusion bombs. Fusion bombs are more powerful weight for weight
Bombs such as: Chlorine Gas Bombs Mustard Gas Bombs Conventional Bombs
bombs !, bombs i tell ya suicide bombs, home mad bombs,puppies bombs,
We only have two examples of atomic bombs used in conflict to base this all on. However, the survivor statements from Hiroshima and Nagasaki are quite clear. Survivors from both mentioned often the smell of burning, in some cases burning flesh. Days after the attacks, they discussed the smell of rotting flesh and decay.
You don't. They are dangerous to the person that uses them, and to those where it is used. Many people have made them according to the instructions only to have it explode on them, burning them and/or killing them. There are better things to do than make homemade fire bombs!
When we talk atomic, there has been awareness of a treat to the environment, in the sense that more nuclear weapons are being produced. Like ordinary oxygen gas, the ozone contains oxygen atoms, but is has a distinct type of bonding and they come apart with little efforts. When the atomic bombs were dropped back in august 1945, the scientist did not go for studying the effect on the ozone layer. As a matter of… Read More
Atom bombs. Atom bombs.
48 -- Carbon Dioxide bombs 27 -- Pipe bombs 11 -- 1.5 gallon propane bombs 7 -- gas or napalm bombs 2 -- 20 pound propane bombs
Atom-bombs nuclearfactories, wastes been thrown to the oceans. More are burning down forest's ,wasting tree's polluting. Also wasting oil spilling gasoline and not recycling.
High explosive bombs incendiary bombs/fire bombs hope this helps
Yes. In modern warfare, bombs are often ignited whilst they are above the ground. In space there is no air, but most conventional explosives contain substances that produce oxygen for the reaction. So they will work in a vacuum. Nuclear explosions also do not require oxygen. So Yes.
There is but one example. A US Ship in Bari harbour Italy in 1943 was carrying Mustard shells. It was bombed by the Germans & Mustard was in the water burning the survivors. Gas was never used in combat.
Uranium was used in bombs as explosive. The nuclear fission of uranium-235 (or other isotopes) release a huge amount of energy. Now atomic bombs with uranium are rare; they are replaced by plutonium bombs or thermonuclear bombs (fusion bombs).
H.e (high explosives)/fire bombs and oil bombs
Technically yes, as both obtain their energy from the binding energy of the atomic nucleus. There are two different types of mechanism of these bombs: fission bombs, these bombs obtain their energy by splitting very massive atoms up into lighter atoms. These are commonly called atom bombs. fusion bombs, these bombs obtain their energy by joining very light atoms together into heavier atoms. These are commonly called hydrogen bombs. But either can equally validly be… Read More
More & higher yield atomic bombs, I guess.
2 atomic bombs and 2 million HE bombs and 5 million incendiary fire bombs
u fuse kistones with the minish elder and the guy who gave u the bombs will trade u regular bombs for remote bombs
the planes were the bombs and the terrorist wore fake bombs as a while on the plane
No, they were atomic bombs. Hydrogen bombs were developed later.
No, China has several hundred nuclear bombs and has had bombs since 1964.
Beacause millions of lives were taken by the nuclear bombs
At this time the US builds no nuclear bombs. A small number of existing bombs are refurbished as needed.
By the end of 1949 the US had built a total of 178 atomic bombs, tested 6 atomic bombs, used 2 atomic bombs in combat, resulting in a stockpile of 170 atomic bombs.
Cherry Bombs arn't really bombs so you dont use them.
All bombs are reactive. If they weren't they wouldn't be bombs. The question 'Can you make them' is NO: 'I can't make them' is my answer to you. Can you?
Magnesium, white phosphorus, and jellied gasoline (napalm) are the typical fuels in conventional incendiary bombs. They are not used in conventional high explosive bombs or in nuclear bombs.
Iron bombs are used today to separate them from atomic/flame/and smart bombs. During WW1 & WW2 there was only a need to use the terms fire bombs or general purpose bombs (High Explosive). During the Korean War, we had to separate the atomic bomb from fire bombs and general purpose bombs. During the Vietnam War, the same separations had to be termed. By the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, SMART Weapons had to… Read More
The number of bombs that one plane can carry depends on the plane and the size of the bombs. During WW2, the B-29 Superfortress could carry 20,000 pounds of bombs or approximately 5 to 15 bombs.
Bombs have changed so much over 60 years. Atomic bombs are much more powerful than there WW2 counterparts. Smart bombs and tracking bombs are also a new powerful addition.
Bombs doesn't contain actinium.
Hydrogen bombs are legal