It's like a pile of trinitrotoluene
(TNT) about the size of Rhode Island reaching 8 miles into the sky.
The main uses of the acid are in the preparation of fertilisers, ammonium nitrate and explosives such as nitroglycerin and trinitrotoluene
Probably the most devastating predicament to the munitions industrial base is in the production of trinitrotoluene
or TNT, which is the major component of the explosive fill used in Air Force bombs.
At some airports in Europe and the United States, a conventional gas analysis instrument is used to detect trinitrotoluene
(TNT), nitroglycerin and other volatile explosives.
The Nomadics system can detect concentrations of trinitrotoluene
(TNT) as low as 100 parts per quadrillion, which is equivalent to detecting an eyedropper of a chemical dissolved into a volume that could fill 25 Exxon Valdez-size supertankers, asserts Cumming.
One for trinitrotoluene
is a colorimetric procedure, and the other for carcinogenic polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons uses the Quick Test photochemical procedure.
Short term exposure to elevated trinitrotoluene
concentrations induced structural and functional changes in the soil bacterial community, Environmental Pollution 153: 432-439.
According to the spokesman, some detainees are suspected of providing detonator cords and trinitrotoluene
for the bomb attack on the Australian Embassy in Jakarta in September last year, in which 10 people died.
One aspect of this research includes determining how much chemical residue remains after the explosion of ordnance--to include trinitrotoluene
(TNT), cyclotrimethylene trinitramine (RDX), and high-melting explosive (HMX).
is considered a teratogen and mutagen and therefore a major environmental hazard when it seeps into ground water.
Plant roots have been shown to enhance the degradation of petroleum compounds, explosives such as trinitrotoluene
(TNT) (Hannink et al.
The Fenton reagent was found to be among the most effective AOPs for the treatment of trinitrotoluene
(TNT) production wastewater leading to 68.