Category:Sugar alcohol explosives

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Sugar alcohol based explosive chemicals are nitrated chemicals derived from straight-chain sugar alcohol molecules, such as (nominally) methane, ethylene glycol, glycerol aka glycerine, erythritol, xylitol, and mannitol.

The completely nitrated versions of these compounds form powerful and sensitive explosives.

Pages in category "Sugar alcohol explosives"

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