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Difficulty to produce: EASY,
In bulk:maybe >100
Long term storage: The main drawback of the material is that it cannot be stored for extended periods of time due to a poor chemical stability. It is recommended that the material be used within 30 days of manufacture.
Nitromethane Liquid Explosive:probably 5000 M/S, form: liquid, impact-friction-sens: moderate, water sens N/A.
Material: Nitromethane 94%, ammonia (aqueous ammonia), either aniline, ethylenediamine or aqueous ammonia (non-detergent) from hardware stores, chemical supply houses, grocery stores.
Difficulty to produce: EASY,
In bulk:maybe >100
Long term storage: N/A
Researche om følgende stoffer kan skaffes I bulk: searched Google/Wiki (must check anarchist cookbook:
Picric Acid:Formula: compound, not a formula, Form: yellow crystalline solid, In explosives: Ammonium Picrate. Function: munitions substance. Modern safety precautions recommend storing picric acid wet. Dry picric acid is relatively sensitive to shock and friction, so laboratories that use it store it in bottles under a layer of water, rendering it safe. Glass or plastic bottles are required Source:. Difficulty to acquire: N/A.
Sulfuric acid: Formula: H2SO4, Form: liquid, In explosives: Methyl Nitrate, Nitrostarch+. Function: Lead-acid batteries for cars and other vehicles, ore processing, fertilizer manufacturing, oil refining+. Source: N/A Difficulty to acquire: EASY
Nitric acid: Formula: HNO3, Form: liquid, colorless when pure,, In explosives: Methyl Nitrate, Nitrostarch+. Function: manufacture of fertilizer, production of explosives, etching and dissolution of metals. Also used as the oxidizer in liquid-fueled rockets. Source: N/A Difficulty to acquire: EASY but time consuming.Other:If the solution contains more than 86% nitric acid, it is referred to as fuming nitric acid. Fuming nitric acid is characterized as white fuming nitric acid and red fuming nitric acid, depending on the amount of nitrogen dioxide present. At concentrations above 95% at room temperature, nitric acid tends to rapidly develop a yellow color due to decomposition. Nitric acid is also commonly used as a strong oxidizing agent. Reacts strongly with metals. Grades: technical grades are normally 68% while reagent grades are specified at 70%. A commercial grade of fuming nitric acid, referred to in the trade as “strong nitric acid” contains 90% HNO3. This grade is much used in the explosives industry. Almost pure nitric acid can be made by adding sulfuric acid to a nitrate salt, and heating the mixture with an oil bath. A condenser is used to condense the nitric acid fumes that bubble out of the solution.
Methanol: Formula: CH3OH, Form: liquid, colorless when pure, In explosives: Methyl Nitrate+. Function: Anti freeze. Source: N/A Difficulty to acquire: EASY.
Starch: Formula: compound, Form: white powder, In explosives: Nitrocellulose +, Nitrostarch. Function: carbohydrate found in potatoes, wheat, maize, rice etc. Source: grocery. Difficulty to acquire: EASY
Ammonium Hydroxide (similar to liquid ammonia or simply ammonia): Formula: [NH4+][OH−] Form: liquid, In explosives: Nitrocellulose +, Nitrostarch. Function: detergent Source: grocery. Difficulty to acquire: EASY
Nitrocellulose + Nitrostarch ALL completed as Easy
Sodium chlorate (sodium CHLORIDE is table salt but chlorate is something else):Formula: NaClO3, Form: white crystalline powder, In explosives: Cheddite type O. Function: . Source: As of September 2009, wholesale of sodium chlorate weedkiller was banned in all EU countries, but consumers were allowed to use and store the product until 10 May 2010. This was done due to anti terror laws. The main commercial use for sodium chlorate is for making chlorine dioxide, ClO2. The largest application, approx. 95% of the chlorate, is in bleaching of pulp where chlorine dioxide today is the predominant bleaching agent. The active ingredient sodium chlorate is found in a variety of commercial herbicides. Some trade names for products containing sodium chlorate include Atlacide, Defol, De-Fol-Ate, Drop-Leaf, Fall, Harvest-Aid, Kusatol, Leafex, and Tumbleaf. The compound may be used in combination with other herbicides such as atrazine, 2,4-D, bromacil, diuron, and sodium metaborate. Sodium Chlorate was an extensively used weedkiller within the EU, up until 2009 when it was withdrawn after a decision made under terms of EU Regulations. Its use as a herbicide outside the EU remains unaffected, as does its use in other non-herbicidal applications, such as in the production of chlorine dioxide biocides and for pulp and paper bleaching Difficulty to acquire: hard unless you smuggle weed killer from outside the EU. But even then you would have to purify it/extract it from the pesticide. How to create from salt: Take 10g of potassium chloride (”No Salt”) or 8g of sodium chloride. Put it in a beaker. Now add 60ml of 3% H2O2 solution. Heat it gently until it begins to boil; once that happens, add 30ml of baking soda solution. Keep it at a full broil until crystals begin to precipitate out of solution. Once that occurs, you must carry out the most difficult step… dump a lot of ice into the beaker, wait for the ice to melt completely, then filter out the sodium chlorate or potassium chlorate. This must be timed and carried out correctly, or the potassium chlorate or sodium chlorate will be redissolved. If you did not get potassium chlorate or sodium chlorate, it was because you didn’t do it as precisely as is necessary, and you ended up with just potassium hydroxide or sodium hydroxide. Be careful with this, potassium hydroxide or sodium hydroxide are byproducts formed by this reaction… potassium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide are known as LYE which will blind you if it gets in your eyes, and will severely burn your skin.
Hydrogen peroxide:Formula: H2O2, Form: pale blue liquid, In explosives: Acetone Peroxide and HMTD. Function: Strong bleaching agent, used as a disinfectant, antiseptic, oxidizer and in rocketry as a propellant. Very effective for removing and preventing algae in ponds & greenhouses, iron & sulphur in wells, unplugging sewer & septic lines. Source:. Available at pharmacies at 3 and 6% solutions. Difficulty to acquire: moderate, regulated and monitored as it is popular among Jihadi groups.
They are selling food grade: http://www.earthclinic.com/Remedies/hydrogen_peroxide_where_to_buy.html
Hexamine (Hexamethylenetetramine):Formula: (CH2)6N4, Form: white crystalline compound, In explosives: HMTD. Function: Useful in the synthesis of other chemical compounds e.g. plastics, rubber additives.Source: survival stores, sport stores Difficulty to acquire: moderate, Esbit tabs (survival gear for starting fires etc.)
Diol/Glycol (Propylene Glycol same?): Formula: compound, example: methanediol H2C(OH)2, Form: N/A, In explosives: Nitroglycol. Function: N/A. Source: Propylene glycol (dunno if same) is used in many manufacturing processes. Its even used to make ice cream. It should not be hard to find in any catalog that sells chemicals like a Fisher catalog. They sell to laboratories and industrial manufacturers. Although you would probably have to buy a drum of it.N/A Difficulty to acquire: MODERATE.
Aniline(phenylamine/aminobenzene): Formula: C6H5NH2 Form N/A, In explosives: NLX. Function: Rubber processing chemical, industry use. Source: N/A. Difficulty to acquire: N/A
Phenol (carbolic acid): Formula: C6H5OH, Form white crystalline solid, In explosives: Picric Acid. Function: The major uses of phenol involve its conversion to plastics or related materials. Condensation with acetone gives bisphenol-A, a key building block for polycarbonates. + embalming bodies. Source: Chemical suppliers. Difficulty to acquire: moderate
Pentaerythritol: Formula: C5H12O4, Form: white solid, In explosives: 5% of total mix in PETN. Function: alternative and replacement to polychlorobiphenyl (PCB), and even silicone-based or fluorinated hydrocarbons, as dielectric fluid in transformers. Source: prescription and regulated substance. Can be ordered online from companies worldwide but they may require permits. Alternatively, the shipment may be stopped in customs. Difficulty to acquire: hard.
Acetone: Formula: (CH3)2CO, Form: colorless liquid, In explosives: 60% of PETN. Function: solvent for cleaning purposes, familiar household uses of acetone are as the active ingredient in nail polish remover and as paint thinner and sanitary cleaner/nail polish remover base. Source: – from nail polish remover, from paint store, most hardware stores have it. Difficulty to acquire: easy.
Hydrazine:Formula: N2H4, Form: colorless liquid, In explosives: 30% of Astrolite A+G. Function: Several uses in industry. Source: hydrazine sulfate more available than hydrazine. Difficulty to acquire: hard.
Carbon tetrachloride (known as carbon tet in the cleaning industry):Formula: CCl4, Form: colorless liquid, In explosives: CTC-AL. Function: Formerly widely used in fire extinguishers, as a precursor to regrigerants and as a cleaning agent. The production of carbon tetrachloride has steeply declined since the 1980s due to environmental concerns and the decreased demand for CFCs. Source: N/A Difficulty to acquire: hard.
Ammonium perchlorate:Formula: NH4ClO4, Form: white granular, In explosives: Cheddite type 90/10. Function: Not widely used. Source: It is the salt of ammonium and perchlorate. All perchlorates are potentially powerfull oxidizers. AP is produced by reaction between ammonia and perchloric acid. It can be prepared by treatment of ammonium salts with sodium perchlorate. Difficulty to acquire: hard.
Potassium chlorate:Formula: KClO3, Form: white crystalline substance, In explosives: Cheddite type O. Function: Most common chlorate in industrial use. As an oxidizing agent, as a disinfectant, in safety matches, in fireworks, in cultivation. Source: In the old days you could buy it from fireworks store or at any science lab companies. Due to anti terror laws it is now quite regulated. You may need a licence to produce fireworks etc. Difficulty to acquire: hard
Acetylene:Formula: C2H2, Form: colorless gas, In explosives: N/A. Function: fuels gas torches etc. Source:. Difficulty to acquire: you can fill up gas containers/canisters at Welding Supply companies. hard
Lead nitrate:Formula: Pb(NO3)2, Form: colorless crystals or white powder, In explosives: Lead azide. Function: Little used, regulated replaced a few decades ago due to the hazardous nature of this toxic material. Source: N/A Difficulty to acquire: hard
Sodium azide:Formula: NaN3, Form: colorless salt, In explosives: Lead azide. Function: It’s the gas-forming component in many car airbag systems. Source: N/A Difficulty to acquire: hard
Sodium perchlorate, Used in Tetrazene. Suppliers: N/A Difficulty to acquire: hard
Triethylamine: Formula: N(CH2CH3)3, Form liquid, In explosives: NLX. Function: Production of quaternary ammonium compounds for textile auxiliaries and quaternary ammonium salts of dyes. Source: Chemical suppliers. Difficulty to acquire: hard
Potassium nitrate (same source as AN – fertilizer)
Tetryl, too hard to produce
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