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Nitroglycerine, TNT and dynamite.
posted February 10 2011 21:50.18 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Youtube user Periodic Table has always very interesting videos to show! This time, they talk about the nitroglycerine, the TNT and the dynamite, how they were discovered, and how they were used. Like all their videos, their explanations are from the scientific point of view.

[Link: Periodic Table of Videos]
Tags: chemistry   theory/tutorial   history   explosion   fire   warfare   science   

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