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October 2011[edit]

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April 2012[edit]

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April 2012[edit]

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napalm vietnam war[edit]

The Vietnam war was the longest war in the history of the united states until recently surpassed by the Iraq war, it started in 1964 and continued on until 1973, during this time there were many advancements in weapons and the types of weapons used one of the more horrifying advancements was in the use of napalm. The current form of napalm would not have been possible without the advancement in several other deadly weapons.

White phosphorus is a chemical weapon with two different uses. In its conventional use as a tool of war, white phosphorus provides illumination and smoke cover for soldiers in combat. During the battle of Fallujah in November 2004, the United States used white phosphorus in “shake and bake" missions that would flush insurgent out of their positions. Such use potentially violates the Geneva Convention on Biological and Chemical Weapons of 1980 banning the use of incendiary weapons in civilian areas. Because the U. S. is not a signatory to the 1980 Geneva Convention and has challenged the legal definition of chemical weapons, the Pentagon now claims that white phosphorus is not a chemical weapon and therefore not outlawed or illegal. At least, the "shake and bake" missions are a potential psychological weapon that will drive the enemy out of their holes. The use of white phosphorus has a particularly brutal history. During the war in Vietnam, the U.S. used white phosphorous as an improved form of napalm, terrorizing enemies. Then, as now, it was touted as a psychological tool of warfare necessary to subdue enemy hamlets. Unlike napalm, which in Vietnam left villagers and enemies alike with massive burns all over their bodies, white phosphorus burns down to the bone. Le The Thrung, a Vietnamese doctor studying white phosphorus burns in 1969, describes its effects on the skin "burning phosphorus produces 800-1000°C(1400-1800°F). Scattered phosphorus particles go on consuming themselves and deepen burn wounds." Next, chemical compounds "create a chemical burn, like an acid, drawing water from the cells. This process generates great pain in the nervous system. Finally, white phosphorus compounds oxygenate and penetrate the blood stream and white blood cells in the dermis, sub dermis, and deeper skin layers. This creates what he calls an "organic toxicity that blocks off all blood circulation with the burn area. It wasn't just medical professionals noting the brutal effects of white phosphorus. A U.S serviceperson, at the height of the Vietnam War, remarked, "We sure are pleased with those backroom boys at Dow. The original product wasn't so hot-if the gooks were quick they could scrape it off. So the boys started adding polystyrene-now it sticks like shit to a blanket. But then if the gooks jumped under water it stopped burning, so they started adding Willy Peter to make it burn better. It'll even burn under water now. And one drop is enough; it'll keep on burning right down to the bone so they die anyway from phosphorus poisoning." White phosphorus also helped create more effective forms of napalm

Napalm, invented by Fieser in 1942, is an incendiary substance made by the simple procedure of adding a "gelling" powder, composed of naphthalene and palmitate to gasoline in varying concentrations to form a sticky, combustible substance.

This white, cloudy, jellylike substance has unique properties that render it an effective incendiary agent. Napalm is extremely stable, tolerating temperatures well above 150°F and as low as -40°F. It is not shattered easily by explosives and can be stored for long periods without significant breakdown. Gelation of this substance occurs in 3-20 minutes. Gel formation enhances its effectiveness by allowing for a controlled, contained, and prolonged burn. Gelation also enhances its stability, with napalm requiring much higher temperatures to ignite than gasoline. There is no "off-sourcing" of hydrocarbon fumes associated with the nonignited compound. In fact, ignition requires the use of trinitrotoluene (TNT) to explode and ignite white phosphorus, the ignited temperature of which is high enough to result in the combustion of napalm.

Napalm has been used primarily in the form of incendiary bombs, firebombs, land mines, and flamethrowers. During World War II, firebombs, in the form of 165-gallon containers, were the primary method for the disbursement of napalm. One firebomb released from a low-flying airplane was capable of producing damage to a 2500-yd2 area. During the Korean War, the United States dropped approximately 250,000 pounds of napalm per day. Napalm's increased viscosity resulted in the enhanced effectiveness of flamethrowers, which were frequently used in World War II. Because of gasoline's increased instability, volatility, and its rapid burning and self-consumption, its effectiveness was limited to within 30 yards. Napalm, through its unique properties, extended the effective range of flamethrowers to 150 yards.

After World War II, the United States conducted an intensive effort to enhance the properties and effectiveness of napalm as an incendiary agent. This effort resulted in the development of napalm B (super napalm, NP2), which substituted polystyrene and benzene for naphthalene and palmitate. The resulting substance continued to bear the name napalm, although it lacked the 2 components of its namesake. Conventional napalm burns for 15-30 seconds, whereas napalm B burns for up to 10 minutes. Napalm B provided the United States with an incendiary substance with enhanced stability and controllability and, as such, became the weapon of choice during the Vietnam War. Such enhanced stability required an igniting agent such as white phosphorus, which burns at a higher temperature of 4532°F. White phosphorus replaced thermite, the ignitor previously used for traditional napalm.

May 2012[edit]

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