Re: CHEM: Nitrogen Buckyball explosives...

From: KPJ (
Date: Wed Aug 01 2001 - 04:13:00 MDT

It appears as if Eugene Leitl <> wrote:

|I guess sodium or potassium with tetrachlorcarbon would do. Or have you
|something more arcane in mind? Inquiring minds want to know...

Red phosphor solved into tetrachlorocarbon worked well during WWII.

You pour it out near some place you like to hit, and leave. When the
tetrachlorocarbon dries, the red phosphor starts to oxidize, and ignites
the gaseous tetrachlorocarbon into a _huge_ explosion.

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