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These are probably largely due to incomplete detonation, by which part of the nitroglycerin is vaporized or merely burned.
Like nitroglycerin, the common dynamites freeze at a temperature of from 42 to 46 F.
It is used in medicine and in the manufacture of the explosives nitroglycerin and dynamite.
A hot-water bag was placed with the nitroglycerin and all was wrapped in a heavy blanket to protect it from Jack Frost.
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Nobel, however, had discovered that when nitroglycerin was absorbed in infusorial earth, it was rendered much less sensitive.
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One day there came an urgent call from the east end of the Tunnel for more nitroglycerin.
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Stories were prevalent that the sound of a fiddle string would explode nitroglycerin when frozen.
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The first attempt to introduce nitroglycerin as a blasting agent into the United States was made by a young German student.
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That liquid in the flask was nitroglycerin, which, taken internally, is one of the most virulent of poisons.
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I began to be thoroughly frightened, and wormed out of her the fact that she had a terrible nitroglycerin headache.
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