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Definition of Ammonal

Ammonal
Ammonal Am"mo*nal`, n. [Ammonium + aluminium.] An explosive consisting of a mixture of powdered aluminium and nitrate of ammonium.

Meaning of Ammonal from wikipedia

- Ammonal is an explosive made up of ammonium nitrate and aluminium powder, not to be confused with T-ammonal which contains trinitrotoluene as well to...
- mines under Messines Ridge that were charged with 454 t (447 long tons) of ammonal and gun cotton. Two mines were laid at Hill 60 on the northern flank, one...
- India and Myanmar Anal language, the Sino-Tibetan language they speak Ammonal, or ANAL, an explosive made from ammonium nitrate (AN) and aluminium (AL)...
- 0 kg). Its explosive content consisted of 3.5 pounds (1.6 kg) of polar ammonal gelatine dynamite or nitrogelatine – both of which were highly flammable...
- magnesium) and a strong oxidizer (e.g. pot****ium chlorate or perchlorate) Ammonal: Ammonium nitrate and aluminium powder Armstrong's mixture: Pot****ium chlorate...
- (ammonium nitrate and hydrazine rocket fuel) Amatol (ammonium nitrate and TNT) Ammonal (ammonium nitrate and aluminum powder) Amatex (ammonium nitrate, TNT and...
- Ordnance Penetrator. The BLU-82 uses ammonium nitrate and aluminium (cf. ammonal). The warhead contains 12,600 pounds (5,700 kg) of low-cost GSX slurry...
- nitrate/fuel oil), Kinestik (ammonium nitrate/nitromethane), Tannerite and ammonal (ammonium nitrate/aluminum), and FIXOR (nitroethane/physical sensitizer)...
- 45 kilograms (0.99 lb) of blasting explosive, which was usually either ammonal or TNT. On the top of the grenade was a plate, under which the user would...
- was the Lochnagar mine south of La Boisselle with 60,000 lb (27 t) of ammonal explosive. The mine created a crater 300 ft (90 m) across and 90 ft (30 m)...