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ammonium nitrate and fuel oil. See explosiveexplosive,
substance that undergoes decomposition or combustion with great rapidity, evolving much heat and producing a large volume of gas. The reaction products fill a much greater volume than that occupied by the original material and exert an enormous pressure, which can be
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Versiones periodisticas de la epoca senalan que McVeigh, quien fue ejecutado el 11 de junio de 2001, utilizo el explosivo Anfo, fabricado a base de nitrato de amonio y combustible.
The cooperativists, positioned further up the hill, reportedly filled tires with dynamite and ammonium nitrate, known as anfo, which is a chemical that increases the explosion's force.
If we understand that the ANFO truck bomb which blew up the Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1996 was packed with urea compounds, we get an idea what ureic arrack does to the lives of many Dalit.
More recently, in 1998, a truck transporting 13,000 kg of the explosive ANFO (a mixture of ammonium nitrate and fuel oil) drove off the highway near Sudbury, ON, and the resulting explosion shifted the roadbed of the divided highway.
Karawang, West Java Anfo - 1,000 tons Emultion - 10,000s 5.
AnFO statement said: 'The match on October13 is not affected bythe recent tensions.
Shell's contracts around the world have seen it installing environmentally- friendly tank farms for mines, providing special 'sucker trucks' for grease delivery and removal, advising on and assisting in the use of waste oils in the manufacture of ANFO blasting agents, and providing bioremediation services for clean-up.
De Anfo (Brescia) era originario Giacomo BETTINI COLOTTI (hijo de Giambattista y Caterina), nacido en 1876.
The purpose of my project is to test the bonding efficiency of different velocities of ANFO on a stainless steel and carbon steel bond.