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Trinitroglycerin vs. Nitroglycerine — What's the Difference?

Trinitroglycerin vs. Nitroglycerine

Difference Between Trinitroglycerin and Nitroglycerine

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Trinitroglycerin

Nitroglycerin.
Sep 29, 2022

Nitroglycerine

A thick, pale yellow liquid, C3H5N3O9, that is explosive on concussion or exposure to sudden heat. It is used in the production of dynamite and blasting gelatin and as a vasodilator in medicine.
Sep 29, 2022

Trinitroglycerin

Nitroglycerine
Sep 29, 2022

Nitroglycerine

(organic compound) The compound glyceryl-tri-nitrate or 1,2,3 tri-nitrooxy propane; the ester of glycerol with nitric acid; prepared by the careful addition of a mixture of nitric and sulphuric acids to glycerol with constant stirring and cooling; it is a thick, pale yellow liquid, that is highly explosive on concussion or on exposure to sudden heat; it is used in medicine as a vasodilator, and as an explosive in the form of dynamite which is safe to handle.
Sep 29, 2022

Trinitroglycerin

A heavy yellow poisonous oily explosive liquid obtained by nitrating glycerol; used in making explosives and medically as a vasodilator (trade names Nitrospan and Nitrostat)
Sep 29, 2022
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Nitroglycerine

A heavy yellow poisonous oily explosive liquid obtained by nitrating glycerol; used in making explosives and medically as a vasodilator (trade names Nitrospan and Nitrostat)
Sep 29, 2022

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