Carbonite

• (n.) An explosive composed of nitrobenzene, saltpeter, sulphur, and kieselguhr. • (n.) An explosive consisting essentially of nitroglycerin, wood meal, and some nitrate, as that of sodium.
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Carbonite

[explosive] Carbonite was one of the earliest and most successful coal-mining explosives. It is made from such ingredients as nitroglycerin, wood meal, and some nitrate as that of sodium; also nitrobenzene, saltpeter, sulfur, and diatomaceous earth. Carbonite was invented by Bichel of Schmidt and Bichel. The term Carbonite can refer, confus...
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Carbonite

[online backup] Carbonite is an online backup service, available to Windows and Mac users, that backs up documents, e-mails, music, photos, and settings. It is named after carbonite, the fictional substance used to freeze Han Solo in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. It was the first such service to offer unlimited backup space for a fixe...
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Carbonite

Car'bonĀ·ite noun [ Carbon + -ite .] 1. An explosive consisting essentially of nitroglycerin, wood meal, and some nitrate, as that of sodium. 2. An explosive composed of nitrobenzene, saltpeter, sulphur, and kieselguhr.
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carbonite

carbonite: see coke.
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