Dunnite

Dunnite, also known as Explosive D or systematically as ammonium picrate, is an explosive developed by Major Dunn in 1906. Ammonium picrate is a salt formed by reacting picric acid and ammonia. It is chemically related to the more stable explosive trinitrotoluene (TNT). It was the first explosive used in an aerial bombing operation in military his...
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Dunnite

Dunnite was an American high explosive named after its developer, Major Dunn and also called ' Explosive D'. It was made of ammonium picrate powder, was relatively insensitive, and was widely used in armour-piercing shells as it withstood the shock of impact against armour without detonating, allowing the shell to pierce the armour before the fuse ...
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Dunnite

US high explosive named after Major Dunn, its developer; also called `Explosive D`. Made of ammonium picrate powder, it was relatively insensitive, and so was widely used in armour-piercing...
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