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Word Equation/Chemical Equation
Solid trinitrotoluene Nitrogen gas + carbon monoxide gas + water vapour + sold carbon
Trinitrotoluene or TNT: General Description
Trinitrotoluene or TNT as it is most comonly known is a explosive.

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Historical Backgorund of TNT Trinitrotoluene, commonly known as TNT is a chemical compound that has the molecular formula of C7H5N3O6, meaning it is made of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen.
The more formal name is 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene Being highly explosive, Trinitrotoluene belongs in the nitro functional group.
Trinitrotoluene has a ring-shaped molecular shape.
TNT has a boiling point of 240 °C and a melting point of 80.35 °C, and its molar mass is 227.13 g/mol.

Synthesis of two conjugated polymers as TNT …

How TNT is Produced Well known for its simple process of synthesis, Wilbrand simply mixed nitric acid (HNO3) and sulfuric acid (H2SO4) to toluene (C6H5CH3) to produce TNT.