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Below are five different ways to make a very common explosive. Dynamite. (Version III)
By Jack the Ripper
1.) Nitro........................ 12%
Ammonium nitrate.............. 87.5%
2.) Nitro........................ 88%
Potassium nitrate............ 5%
3.) Nitro........................ 24%
Ammonium nitrate.............. 75%
4.) Nitro........................ 75%
Potassium nitrate............ 15%
Wood meal.................... 5%
5.) Nitro........................ 80%
Ethylene glycol dinitrate.... 20%
After making this stuff, pack it in a cardboard tube and expoxy each end.
Be very careful it is unstable because of the nitroglycerine (nitro).
Before it is totally dry stick a good fuse in one of the ends. Light, throw, and run as if your life depends on it! Because it does.
(How to) Make Dynamite (Version II)
By Dr. Boom
DANGER: Dynamite is highly explosive (although great fun), and we suggest that if you actually attempt to make this - make it in very low quantities so you don't blow the roof off your house. Also use extreme caution!
newspaper or Kieselguhr
sodium, potassium, or ammonium nitrate
guncotton, gunpowder or plastic explosives
cotton and cardboard
detonator (see below)
Newspaper is used here, but originally you use Kieselguhr (a porous silica substance) but the book says that newspaper works just as well.
With the silica substance it is more like plastic, with wood pulp it is more like paper mache.
First soak strips of newspaper overnight so they become mushy and then mush it in your hands until it becomes more like a
paste (TIP: You can do that with the blender set on liquify to speed things up).
Keep the nitroglycerine in the fridge at all times!
Collect the pulp with a strainer and let it dry slightly and then add on the chemicals listed above (except for the nitroglycerine) with pulp being 2 parts and the chemicals being 1 part (ratio 2:1). Mix well.
Now put it in the fridge for an hour and then pour 1 part nitroglycerine and 1.5 parts mixture (ratio 1:1.5) and use the thermometer to make sure everything is below 15 C.
Now make a cardboard tube 3 inches long with a radius of 1cm. Put cotton in one end as a plug and pour in the dynamite until it is 2/3 full (2" down the tube) and leave it in a safe dry place.
When it's dry, fill the remaining 1 inch (1/3) with either gunpowder, guncotton or plastic explosives and cap the top and stick in a fuse, which should be wires with a rocket igniter at the end connected to a copper wire a long distance away to a power source.
You can also use a timer, but DON'T LIGHT the damn thing! Be careful with this stuff unless you want to join AstroBoy - the
pressure given off is about two million pounds per square inch.
(How to) Make Dynamite (Version I)
By The Jolly Roger
Dynamite is nothing more than just nitroglycerin and a stabilizing agent to make it much safer to use.
For the sake of saving time, I will abbreviate nitroglycerin with a plain NG.
The numbers are percentages, be sure to mix these carefully and be sure to use the exact amounts. These percentages are in weight ratio, not volume.
no. ingredients amount
sodium nitrate 28
wood meal 10
ammonium oxalate 29
potassium nitrate 9
sodium nitrate 56
wood meal 9
ammonium oxalate 2
potassium nitrate 44.5
wood meal 6
powdered charcoal 6
potassium nitrate 26
wood meal 34
barium nitrate 5
potassium nitrate 19
wood meal 9
ammonium oxalate 12
sodium nitrate 70
wood meal 5.5
potassium chloride 4.5
wood meal 40
barium nitrate 32
sodium carbonate 2
wood meal 12
anhydrous sodium sulfate 44
potassium nitrate 32.5
wood meal 33.5
ammonium oxalate 10
potassium nitrate 33
wood meal 41
sodium nitrate 62.9
wood meal 21.2
sodium carbonate .9
sodium nitrate 27
wood meal 10
ammonium oxalate 1
potassium nitrate 27
wood meal 10
ammonium oxalate 30
wood meal 10.3
ammonium oxalate 29
potassium per chloride 27
sodium nitrate 45
wood meal 15
sodium nitrate 22.3
wood meal 40.5
potassium chloride 7.2
sodium nitrate 32.6
wood meal 17
ammonium oxalate .4
potassium nitrate 27.5
wood meal 37
ammonium oxalate 8
barium nitrate 4
calcium carbonate .5
Many of these chemicals are sold under brand names, or have household equivalents. HERE is a list that might help you out.
acetic acid vinegar
aluminum oxide alumia
aluminum potassium sulfate alum
aluminum sulfate alum
ammonium hydroxide ammonia
carbon carbonate chalk
calcium hypochloride bleaching powder
calcium oxide lime
calcium sulfate plaster of paris
carbonic acid seltzer
carbon tetrachloride cleaning fluid
ethylene dichloride Dutch fluid
ferric oxide iron rust
glucose corn syrup
graphite pencil lead
hydrochloric acid muriatic acid
hydrogen peroxide peroxide
lead acetate sugar of lead
lead tetrooxide red lead
magnesium silicate talc
magnesium sulfate Epsom salts
phenol carbolic acid
potassium bicarbonate cream of tartar
potassium chromium sulf. chrome alum
potassium nitrate saltpeter
sodium dioxide sand
sodium bicarbonate baking soda
sodium borate borax
sodium carbonate washing soda
sodium chloride salt
sodium hydroxide lye
sodium silicate water glass
sodium sulfate glauber's salt
sodium thiosulfate photographer's hypo
sulferic acid battery acid
sucrose cane sugar
zinc chloride tinner's fluid
Keep this list handy at all times. If you can't seem to get one or more of the ingredients try another one.