Deadly Brew by Seymour Lecker Paladin Press MCMLXXXVII ISBN 0-87364-418-2 Transcribed to the electronic media by Swedish

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Contents: 1. Foreword 2. Safety 3. Acids 4. Industrial chemicals 5. Devices

1. Foreword WARNING! This manual is for informational purposes only. Neither the author nor the publisher assumes any responsibility for the use or misuse of information in this book. "During the Cuban Revolutionary War half of the comrades who were assigned the task of producing homemade explosives and devices were either killed or seriously injured." Ernesto Che Guevara This manual is intended to demonstrate the ease with which improvised explosive devices can be made from materials commonly used by industry. I have included fifty common chemicals which will react explosively in contact with sulfuric acid and/or nitric acid. I have selected these specific chemicals because (1) sulfuric acid and nitric acid are the most common acids in America; (2) they are comparatively safe to handle; (3) the simplicity in designing an explosive device in which one component is acid. This manual is not a chemistry book and does not dwell in depth on the health risks or chemical reaction hazards which accompany these chemicals. Most of them will react violently with many other chemicals than those I describe. These chemicals are all potentially dangerous or they would not have a place in this work. With proper care and safety precautions these

inhalation of vapor will cause loss of consciousness and severely damaged lung tissue. Use a respirator while working. dipping acid.Move victim to fresh air. alkylation catalyst. Synonyms: Oil of vitriol.Remove contaminated clothing. laboratory reagent. Wash with large amounts of water. Eye contact . Never store chemical combinations for any length of time. .Wash with large amounts of water. Hazards: Highly toxic.A. Keep materials far apart. 9. Skin contact . Work in a cool. petroleum refining. Never store chemicals for extended periods. mists will damage skin. Have appropriate fire fighting equipment and large volumes of water close at hand. etching. Give artificial respiration of oxygen if victim has stopped breathing. electroplating baths. Ingestion . film. Here are the ten most important safety tips: 1. Acids Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) The most highly produced industrial chemical in the U.. 3. 6. in normal industrial settings. and are used daily. 5. Keep sources of heat and electricity well away from the work area. eyes and respiratory tract. Use safety goggles.Give large amounts of water if victim is conscious. SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION! Fire fighting: Large volumes of water. Keep cool and dry. rayon. well ventilated area. Description: Colorless or dark brown.. 2. oily liquid. Wear as much protective rubber clothing as possible. Do not induce vomiting. Uses: Manufacture of iron. 2. extremely corrosive to body tissue. 8. will cause immediate and severe burns. Keep the number of people in the work area to an absolute minimum. steel.S. 10. nonferrous metallurgy and batteries. 7. fertilizers and dye. 3. 4. . First aid: Inhalation . Safety In all dangerous situation it is always wise to take all possible precautions.chemicals can be used.

Fire fighting: CO2. dyes. reprocessing spent nuclear fuel. vinyl acetate. in all cases. Do not expose to heat or flame. will cause extensive damage to the eyes and respiratory system.Give large amounts of water if victim is conscious. can damage skin. azotic acid. dyes. SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION! Fire fighting: Large volumes of water. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. hydrogen nitrate..Move victim to fresh air. Fire fighting: CO2.Wash with large amounts of water. lacquers. mist. ore flotation. Ingestion . Synonyms: Aquas fortis. 4. pharmaceuticals. Fire fighting: Large volumes of water. etching steel. plastics. metallurgy. ethanoic acid. strong acetic odor Uses: Manufacture of pharmaceuticals. Description: Clear colorless liquid. fuming liquid. Keep dry and cool. First aid: Inhalation . alcohol foam. Wash with large amounts of water. dyes. photoengraving. acetic oxide. Uses: Manufacture of ammonium nitrate fertilizer. extremely corrosive to body tissue. pungent odor. cellulose nitrate. nitrate salts. it will.Nitric acid (HNO3) The tenth highest-volume industrial chemical produced in the United States. HNO3 .Remove contaminated clothing. Keep cool and dry. perfumes. will cause immediate and severe burns. can damage skin. return in a few hours in a more serious form. rubber chemicals and urethanes. Eye contact . Skin contact . dry chemical. If damage to respiratory system clears up. drugs. engravers acid. Give artificial respiration of oxygen if victim has stopped breathing. ethanoic anhydride. colorless or yellowish. Hazards: Highly toxic. Uses: Manufacture of cellulose acetate.. Industrial Chemicals ACETIC ACID (C2H4O2) Synonyms: Methane carboxylic acid. HNO3 . Hazards: Moderately toxic. textile printing. vinegar acid. Hazards: Moderately toxic. Description: Transparent. foam. Do not induce vomiting. alcohol foam. ACETIC ANHYDRIDE (C4H6O3) Synonyms: Acetyl oxide. insecticides. Description: Colorless liquid. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. dry chemical. Esterfying agent for food starch.

acraldehyde. pungent odor. Uses: Manufacture of resins. alcohol foam.. allyl aldehyde. pungent odor.. avoid inhalation or skin contact. avoid inhalation or skin contact. pharmaceuticals. used as a herbicide.. dry chemical. Fire fighting: CO2. herbicide. alcohol foam. Uses: Manufacture of varnish. avoid inhalation. pharmaceuticals. Keep cool. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. ACETONE CYANOHYDRIN (C4H7NO) Synonyms: Ol-hydroxy isobutyro nitrile Description: Colorless liquid. Fire fighting: CO2. pharmaceuticals and polyurethane. avoid inhalation or skin contact.. Intermediate for organic synthesis.. Hazards: Highly toxic. ALLYL CHLORIDE (C3H5Cl) Synonyms: 3-Chloropropene Description: Colorless liquid. keep well ventilated. dry chemical. Hazards: Highly toxic. warning agent in gases. acrylic aldehyde. HNO3 . Hazards: Highly toxic. . Do not expose to heat or flame. HNO3 . ALLYL ALCOHOL (C3H6O) Synonyms: Vinyl carbinol Description: Clear liquid. Fire fighting: CO2. plasticizers. Description: Yellow or colorless liquid... Hazards: Highly toxic. ACROLEIN (C3H4O) Synonyms: Propenal. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 . dry chemical. Do not expose to heat or flame. Dangerous when exposed to heat or flame. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. plastic.. adhesives. dry chemical. alcohol foam. choking odor. Uses: Insecticides. Fire fighting: CO2.. HNO3 .. alcohol foam. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4.. Uses: Manufacture of resins.

Fire fighting: CO2. dyes. ANILINE ACETATE (C8H11NO2) Synonyms: None Description: Colorless liquid. Hazards: Toxic. CO2.. dibenzoyl peroxide Description: White granules. refining petroleum. fats.. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. avoid inhalation. water mist or spray. dry chemical... aniline oil. avoid inhalation. Uses: Organic synthesis. Hazards: Highly toxic. HNO3 . oils and waxes. will irritate skin.. becomes dark with age. Fire fighting: Water. Strong odor. Description: White or green crystals.. tasteless. Do not expose to heat. Uses: Manufacture of rubber. dry chemical.ANILINE (C6H7O) Synonyms: Aminobenzene. production of cheese. ANILINE HYDROCHLORIDE (C6H8NCl) Synonyms: Aniline chloride. Fire fighting: CO2. Fire fighting: Water. BENZOYL PEROXIDE (C14H10O4) Synonyms: Lucidol. Hazards: Highly toxic. HNO3 . foam Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. pharmaceuticals and urethane foam. flame. odorless. avoid inhalation. photographic chemicals. aniline salt.. phenylamine. Do not shock. drying agent for unsaturated oils and pharmaceuticals. Hazards: Highly toxic. Description: Colorless oily liquid. Brown when exposed to light. CARBON DISULFIDE (CS2) Synonym: Carbon bisulfide . Uses: Bleaching agent for flour. alcohol foam. HNO3 . keep cool. alcohol foam. avoid inhalation and skin contact. Keep away from heat and flame. Uses: Dyeing and printing. Keep cool. dry chemical. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4.. sparks or strong sunlight. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. HNO3 .

dry chemical. CYANIC ACID (HOCN) Synonym: Isocyanic acid Description: Clear liquid. Odorless. Avoid inhalation and skin contact. Liquid. avoid inhalation or contact with skin. colorless or yellow liquid. dry chemical. Sharp odor. Fire fighting: Foam.. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 . Fire fighting: None required. Keep away from heat and flame. Description: Can be clear or yellowish or yellow-brown or pink. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. CUMENE (C9H12) Synonyms: Isopropyl benzene. Hazards: Highly toxic. Description: Colorless liquid.... colorless liquid. or friction. Keep cool. CO2. Hazards: Moderately toxic. z-phenyl propane. Uses: Disinfectant. tricresol. can burn skin. Do not expose to heat. cumol. textile scouring agent. dry chemical. Uses: Manufacture of synthetic detergent. synthetic food flavors.. Acrid odor. CRESOL (C7H8O) Synonyms: Cresylic acid. Fire fighting: Water. Uses: Manufacture of viscose rayon. Fire fighting: Foam. Uses: Production of phenol. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . Keep away from water. pharmaceuticals. acetone and alpha-methylstyrene. dyes. CO2. ore flotation.. cellophane and flotation agents. avoid inhalation or skin contact. CHLOROSULFONIC ACID (HSO3Cl) Synonym: Sulfuric chlorohydrin. resins. solvent. flame.Description: Clear. Uses: Synthesis of organic compounds. . Do not expose to flame. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . Description: Clear or cloudy. CO2.. sparks. HNO3 . Hazards: Highly toxic.. resins and smoke-producing chemicals. pesticides. Hazards: Highly toxic. Hazards: Moderately toxic. cresylol.

Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . leveling agent in dyes. heat treatment of metals. Do not expose to heat or flame.. Keep cool and dry. organic synthesis. Hazards: Moderately toxic. Avoid inhalation and skin contact. removers and polishers. cleaning metals. Fire fighting: CO2. Fire fighting: Foam. Hazards: Moderately toxic. Keep strictly away from any heat source. dry chemical. though the latter is a lesser problem. Camphorlike odor. lube-oil additives. lube-oil additive. paint and varnish remover. dry chemical. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . fumigation. foam. spot remover and polish. alkylation. antioxidants.. CYANIDE OF SODIUM (NaCN) Synonym: Sodium cyanide Description: White.. Uses: Manufacture of woodstains. CYCLOHEXANONE (C6H10O) Synonyms: Ketohexamethylene.. CYCLOHEXANOL (C6H12O) Synonym: Hexahydrophenol Description: Colorless needles in viscous liquid. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. Fire fighting: Alcohol foam. degreasing metals. finishes. nylon. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . Hazards: Moderately toxic. varnish. pimelic ketone Description: Colorless liquid with acetone-like odor.Fire fighting: CO2. Hazards: Highly toxic. surfactants. resins. Uses: Extraction of gold and silver from ores. dry chemical. dry chemical . insecticides. dry chemical.. lacquers. CO2. paint.. crystalline powder.. Do not expose to heat or flame. CO2. HNO3 . DIISOBUTYLENE (C8H16) Synonym: Trimethylpentene Description: Colorless liquid Uses: Manufacture of plasticizers and rubber chemicals. foam.. Uses: Manufacture of soap. solvent. Fire fighting: Alcohol foam. CO2.

EPICHLOROHYDRIN (C3H5ClO) Synonym: 1-chloro-2. Hazards: Moderately toxic. solvent for cellulose esters and ethers. beverages and gasohol. DIMETHYL KETONE (C3H6O) Synonyms: Ketone propane. dry chemical. Fire fighting: Alcohol foam. resins. burning taste. alcohol foam. chloroform-like odor. fats and oil. Fire fighting: Foam. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. pharmaceuticals. cleansers. solvent. Due to the increasing popularity of gasohol it is rapidly becoming more common. HNO3 . Uses: Manufacture of paint.. methyl carbinol. CO2. Uses: Manufacture of dyes.. Uses: Manufacture of epoxy and phenoxy resins. cosmetics. propaneone. Description: Clear colorless liquid. testing vulcanized rubber products. solvents.. mint-like odor. grain alcohol. in 1979. Do not expose to heat or flame. HNO3 . spirit of wine. alcohol foam.. antifreeze. Hazards: Moderately toxic. even in the context under discussion.3-epoxypropane Description: Colorless liquid. Fire fighting: CO2.. cellulose acetate. Do not expose to heat or flame. dry chemical. detergents. Avoid inhalation or skin contact. It is easily produced from the fermentation of biomass. ETHYL ALCOHOL (C2H5OH) Synonyms: Ethanol. CO2. Hazards: Highly toxic. acetone. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. varnish. dry chemical.A.S. glycerol and high wet-strength resins for paper. It is relatively safe to handle. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 NOTE: Ethyl alcohol was the 50th highest-volume chemical in the U..Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 . keep away from flame. For more information contact: Solar Energy Research Institute (SERI) Document Distribution Service 1617 Cole Boulevard . Description: Colorless liquid.

CO2. Hazards: Highly toxic. Pungent odor. Description: White liquid. Do not expose to flame. about 100 cc is enough! ] Fire fighting: Alcohol foam. Description: Colorless liquid.heat transfer agent. ETHYLENE CYANOHYDRIN (C3H5NO) Synonyms: Beta-hydroxypropionitrile.Golden. Description: Colorless to yellow liquid. dry chemical. Fire fighting: CO2. water. Sweet taste. fungicide.. Fire fighting: CO2. alcohol foam. Uses: Solvent for cellulose esters and inorganic salts. glycol alcohol. can irritate skin.2-diamino ethane. resins.. Ammonia-like odor. adhesives. inks. Uses: Manufacture of resins an textile lubricants. hydracyclo-nitrile.. ETHYLENE IMINE (C2H5N) Synonyms: Ethylenimine. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 . avoid inhalation and skin contact. alcohol foam. Hazards: Moderately toxic.. ETHYLENE GLYCOL (C2H6O2) Synonyms: 1. antifreeze inhibitor. ethylene alcohol. HNO3 .. leather dyes and deicing fluid. oil and lubricant refining. glycol... Uses: Manufacture of lacquers. Uses: Manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. foam.2-ethane diamine. solvent. coolant. Do not expose to heat or flame. wood stains. 1.. Colorado 80401 (303) 231-1158 . adhesives and protective coatings. [ Transcriber's note: In my opinion highly toxic. dimethylenimine. Description: Colorless liquid.2-ethanediol. Do not expose to heat or flame. can cause fatal kidney failure even in very small doses. dry chemical. dry chemical. antifreeze. Keep dry. ETHYLENE DIAMINE (C2H8N2) Synonyms: 1. . organic intermediate for acrylates. Hazards: Moderately toxic. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 . glycol cyanohydrin.

preparation of iodine salts. plating metal or glass. hydrazine anhydrous. Description: Clear. acidizing oil wells. Colorless gas. avoid inhalation or skin contact. [ Transcriber's note: Crystals? I wouldn't say THAT! At least not over its freezing point.. T-stuff. Description: Colorless heavy liquid. alcohol foam. paper and plasticizers.4 centigrades.. dry chemical. Colorless crystals. Description: Colorless fuming liquid or white crystals. Avoid inhalation or skin contact. antioxidants. Keep dry. will damage skin. Uses: Manufacture of aluminum. CO2. photographic developers. processing uranium.. Hazards: Highly toxic. HYDRIODIC ACID (HI) Synonym: Hydrogen Iodine Description: Pale yellow liquid. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 .. Fire fighting: Dry chemical. CO2. etching glass. Keep cool and dry.Hazards: Highly toxic. Hazards: Moderately toxic. propellant.. HYDRAZINE (N2H4) Synonyms: Hydrazine base. Fire fighting: Dry chemical. -0. diamine. HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (H2O2) Synonyms: Hydrogen dioxide. fuming liquid or gas. Uses: Manufacture of drugs. fluorohydric acid. substitute for chlorine . Do not expose to heat or flame. Fire fighting: CO2. gasoline. avoid inhalation and skin contact.. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 .] Uses: Manufacture of pulp. disinfectants. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 . Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. dry chemical.. HNO3 . CO2. colorless. HYDROFLUORIC ACID (HF) Synonyms: Hydrogen fluoride. fibers. Hazards: Highly toxic. fluorocarbons. Keep cool and do not jar. Fire fighting: Foam.. Uses: Manufacture of pharmaceuticals.

Fire fighting: CO2. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . and non-ferrous alloys. MANGANESE (Mn) Synonyms: None Description: Reddish-grey or silvery brittle metallic element. Do not jar. avoid inhalation or skin contact. flame or sparks. avoid inhalation or skin contact. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . ISOPRENE (C5H8) Synonym: 2-methyl-1. CO2. HNO3 .. Keep away from flame or sparks. oiisopropyl ether Description: Colorless liquid. ISOPROPYL ETHER (C6H14O) Synonyms: 2-isopropoxy propane. Hazards: Highly toxic.. Do not jar or concentrate. bleaching of textiles. Hazards: Highly toxic. CO2 Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. HNO3 .in water treatment.. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. Keep dry. Fire fighting: Special dry chemical. purifying agent in metal production. paint and varnish remover. dry chemical. ethereal odor.. [ Transcriber's note: Keep away from oxidizing salts.3-butadiene Description: Colorless liquid.. solvent for oils and dyes. dry chemical. Do not expose to flame.. ] Fire fighting: Dry chemical. wine distillation. refining and cleaning metals. aluminum. Keep cool. Uses: Manufacture of polyisoprene and butyl rubber. Hazards: Moderately toxic. wood and fur. Do not expose to heat. Uses: Manufacture of rubber cement. MESITYL OXIDE (C6H10O) . manganese dioxide or even blood(!) This is because hydrogen peroxide easily decompose in the presence of a catalyst. like potassium permanganate. Fire fighting: Alcohol foam. Hazards: Low toxicity when cool. Uses: Manufacture of steel...

shoe polish. Hazards: Moderately toxic. Fire fighting: Alcohol foam. Fire fighting: Foam. NITROBENZENE (C6H5NO2) Synonyms: Oil of mirbane. Description: Colorless liquid. CO2.. foam.. insect repellent. vegetable oils and hydrocarbons. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 .. electropolishing. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 . Do not expose to heat or flame. Description: Bright yellow crystals or yellow oily liquid. avoid inhalation or skin contact. solvent. Keep cool. metal polish. Uses: Manufacture of pharmaceuticals. colorless liquid. Uses: Manufacture of esters. PERCHLORIC ACID (HClO4) Synonyms: None Description: Colorless fuming liquid. Hazards: Moderately toxic. METHYL CYANIDE (C2H3N) Synonyms: Ethanen itrile. acetonitrile. paint and varnish remover. Fire fighting: Water. dry chemical Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . Almond-like odor. Do not jar. solvent.. ore flotation. Hazards: Highly toxic. solvent for cellulose ethers. avoid skin contact. Keep cool and dry. Uses: Manufacture of methyl isobutyl ketone. CO2. benzidine and quinoline. ...Synonyms: 4-methyl-3-penten-2-one Description: Oily. dry chemical. Uses: Manufacture of aniline. Honey-like odor. mononitrobenzene. PHENYL ETHYLENE (C8H8) Synonyms: Vinyl benzene. HNO3 . styrene (monomer). nitrobenzol. Hazards: Moderately toxic.. Do not expose to heat or flame. CO2. dry chemical Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. Do not jar. foam. deposition of lead. Fire fighting: Water.. Aromatic odor. cinnamene.

Uses: Manufacture of resins. additive to poultry feed. reagent for alkali in wool.. dyes.. Do not expose to flame. PARA-PHTALIC ACID (C8H6O4) Synonyms: Benzene dicarboxylic acid. Uses: Manufacture of pesticides. Do not expose to heat or flame. CO2. Fire fighting: CO2. dry chemical. Hazards: Moderately toxic. BETA-PROPIOLACTONE (C3H4O2) Synonyms: None Description: Clear liquid. dry chemical Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . avoid inhalation or skin contact. pungent odor. Hazards: Moderately toxic. plasticizers. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . Fire fighting: CO2. PHTALIC ANHYDRIDE (C8H4O3) Synonym: Phtalandione Description: White crystalline needles. TPA terephtalic acid.. can damage skin.. . chlorinated products. vapor sterilant and organic synthesis.. dry chemical. Fire fighting: Foam. Uses: Manufacture of a wide variety of resins and protective coatings..Description: Colorless oily liquid. Mild odor. Uses: Manufacture of resins. dry chemical Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 .. Hazards: Highly toxic. Keep cool and dry. Hazards: Highly toxic. CO2. can damage skin. Do not expose to heat or flame. pharmaceuticals and insecticides. used as a chlorinating agent and as a textile finishing agent. Uses: Disinfectant. fibers and films. Fire fighting: Foam. can harm skin. Avoid open flame. Description: White crystalline needles. PHOSPHOROUS TRICHLORIDE (PCl3) Synonyms: Phosphorus chloride Description: Clear colorless fuming liquid. gasoline additives. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . Hazards: Moderately toxic. dye stuffs and plasticizers..

2-epoxypropane. Uses: Manufacture of vitamins. Hazards: Moderately toxic. Do not jar.. Fire fighting: Water Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 . Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. fungicide. CO2.Fire fighting: Alcohol foam. Do not expose to heat or flame. Do not expose to heat or flame. Hazards: Moderately toxic. fumigants and surfactants.. Ethereal odor. dry chemical. Description: Colorless liquid. Sharp odor.. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . lubricants. Fire fighting: Smother with sand. Uses: Manufacture of alloys for a variety of special applications. Do not expose to heat or flame. Burning taste. detergents. HNO3 . solvents.. Fire fighting: Alcohol foam. HNO3 . Do not expose to heat or flame. Hazards: Non-toxic. Hazards: Moderately toxic. X-ray tube target. Used as an antiseptic. denaturating alcohol and textile dyeing. PROPYLENE OXIDE (C3H6O) Synonyms: 1.. waterproofing. powdered talc or G-1 powder. Can miscolor skin. SILVER PERMANGANATE (AgMnO4) Synonyms: None Description: Violet crystalline powder Uses: Manufacture of gas masks. drugs. TITANIUM (Ti) Synonyms: None Description: Dark gray powder or white lustrous metal. solvents and antifreeze. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. methyl oxirane.. Fire fighting: Alcohol foam.. Uses: Manufacture of urethane foams. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4 . propane oxide. PYRIDINE (C5H5N) Synonyms: None Description: Colorless liquid. electrodes in chlorine batteries..

avoid inhalation or skin contact. Fire fighting: Alcohol foam. Hazards: Highly toxic. Fire fighting: CO2. CO2. Description: Colorless liquid.. paper coatings. wood pulp and synthetic soil blocks. CO2. mild odor. adhesives. Uses: Manufacture of textile printing dyes. Uses: Manufacture of Saran Wrap. CO2. Do not expose to heat or flame. dry chemical. red or brown if exposed to air.1 dichloro ethylene. VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE Synonym: 1. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. HNO3 . Keep away from heat or flame.. avoid inhalation. VINYL CYANIDE (C3H3N) Synonyms: Acrylonitrile. alcohol foam. Keep cool. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 . dry chemical. o-aminotoluene. Uses: Manufacture of latex paint. O-TOLUIDINE (C7H5N) Synonyms: o-methylaniline... Fire fighting: Foam. Hazards: Moderately toxic. Hazards: Highly toxic. HNO3 . propane nitrile Description: Colorless liquid.. Description: Colorless liquid.. organic synthesis. Will explode on contact with: H2SO4. dry chemical. adhesives. avoid inhalation and skin contact. dry chemical. Will damage skin. Will explode on contact with: HNO3 .. Becomes solid on exposure to light.. nitrile rubber. safety glass and resins. fubigation of grains. and synthetic fibers. Fire fighting: Alcohol foam.. Hazards: Highly toxic. Keep cool. Uses: Manufacture of acrylic fibers. textile finishing. vulcanization accelerator. VINYL ACETATE (C4H6O2) Synonyms: None Description: Colorless liquid.

2. Join the two bottles with heavy tape. The charge will break both bottles. Devices Single bottle bomb I: 1. Tape the package to the side of the bottle. One number eight blasting cap will usually suffice. 5. Suspend the bottles with cord. Attach a cigarette and matches assembly to the cord. It is not recommended to throw this device Molotov cocktail-style. Attach a cigarette and matches assembly to the cord. a minimum of seven feet above a cement or tile floor. 5. The cigarette will eventually ignite the matches. Suspend the bottle with a cord. However. Join the two bottles with heavy tape. 4. Fill a bottle 90 percent full of acid. Single bottle bomb II: 1. the acid comes into contact . 3. but not scatter the contents. Cap securely. Fill a second bottle 90 percent full of industrial chemical.5. around but not under the bottle. Detonation will occur. Detonate the explosive charge in any convenient manner. Detonation will occur. 3. When the bottle is broken the acid will destroy the sack and come into contact with the industrial chemical. The acid and the industrial chemical will come into contact. Cap securely. 4. The cord will burn through and the bottle will drop. 3. 5. Fill a bottle 90 percent full of acid. Partially cut. Fill a bottle 90 percent full of acid. Fill a bottle 90 percent full of acid. Place a small explosive charge between. Fill a second bottle 90 percent full of industrial chemical. 3. Double bottle bomb II 1. When the bottles break. Cap securely. The cigarette will eventually ignite ignite the matches. be sure to use an explosive charge that will break both bottles. 2. 4. When the bottle breaks. Fill a small sack (jute or other sturdy material) with industrial chemical. the acid comes into contact with the industrial chemical. the glass with a glass cutter. 6. Detonation will occur. and in contact with both bottles. thereby weakening it. Double bottle bomb I 1. It is best dropped off a roof onto enemy troops or vehicles. 2. The cord will burn through and the bottles will drop. Partially cut the glass of each bottle with a glass cutter. Cap securely. Pile industrial chemical on the floor. Cap securely 2. a minimum of seven feet above a cement or tile floor. Cap securely.

The acid will burn through the metal and come into contact with the industrial chemical. the jerry can is not ruptured. . Detonation will occur. or become a very sensitive thing. your device could either not work at all.. Jerry Can Bomb 1. please. 3.with the industrial chemical. 4. Transcriber's notes: The SERI part in the Ethyl Alcohol article is to me unexplainable. Pour acid directly into the dent. Create a large dent in the top of a metal jerry can. blowing off your right arm at no cause. for my sake.. so be careful. both your acid and your "industrial chemical" must be as concentrated and free from other substances as possible. Fill jerry can with industrial chemical. Check carefully that in forming the dent. I wonder why someone would like to order ten gallons of gasohol? %*) Also: If you want to succeed in making a nice acid bomb. 2. Otherwise. Detonation will occur.

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