Reactions Science Videos | October 21, 2020
Ammonium nitrate has been involved in dozens of disasters and terrorist attacks but, under normal circumstances, it’s totally harmless. What turns it deadly?
What footage of the Beirut explosion tells us about the blast
The mechanism of the spontaneous detonation of ammonium nitrate in reactive grounds
Explosions of ammonium nitrate fertilizer in storage or transportation are preventable accidents
Review on Thermal Decomposition of Ammonium Nitrate
Raman spectroscopy for detection of ammonium nitrate as an explosive precursor used in improvised explosive devices
Safety and security issues relating to low capacity storage of AN-based fertilizers
Lessons to be learned from an analysis of ammonium nitrate disasters in the last 100 years
U.S. Contractor Knew of Explosive Material in Beirut Since at Least 2016
The chemistry behind the Beirut explosion
What Is Ammonium Nitrate, the Chemical That Exploded in Beirut?
Why Beirut’s ammonium nitrate blast was so devastating
Beirut blast: How does ammonium nitrate create such devastating explosions?
Texas City, Beirut linked by dangers of ammonium nitrate
The deadly history of ammonium nitrate, the explosive linked to the Beirut blast
The self-sustaining decomposition of ammonium nitrate fertiliser: Case study, Escombreras valley, Spain
What is ammonium nitrate and what happens when it explodes?
Crop nutrition resource library
Beirut explosion: What we know so far
Tianjin chemical blast: China jails 49 for disaster
Beirut Explosion Generates Seismic Waves Equivalent Of A Magnitude 3.3 Earthquake
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