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- noun organic chemistry An
explosive1,3,5-trinitroperhydro-1,3,5-triazine more often known as RDX
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The explosive RDX - also known as cyclonite hexogen - is used to make plastic high explosives, mainly for the military.
The explosive RDX - also known as cyclonite or hexogen - is used to make plastic explosives, mainly for the military.
Most of my assignments were pretty mundane, like making super pure hexamethylenetetramine to be used for making the explosive cyclonite.
Cyclotrimethylenetrinittrime or cyclonite is Page 11 manufactured in bulk by the nitration of hexamethylenetetramine,
Cowsspinach is a girl, and a fellow Indian. respekt to ya gurl cyclonite: OK QTF
Second, he could have been useing one of those bags into which you place a "dry clean only" garment, and place the bag in the drying machiniola, and it does the same thing cyclonite: OK QTF
(RDX, also known as Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine, cyclonite, hexogen, and T4, is an explosive used in military operations.
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Also known as cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine or RDX.
September 9, 2009