TNT (explosive)

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TNT (explosive) [r]: Trinitrotoluene, once the most common military explosive but now no longer commercially produced in the U.S. and other countries; still used as the reference for yield of nuclear weapons and other explosives (e.g., TNT has a brisance of 1.0 while the brisance of the plastic explosive, Composition C-4, is 1.34) [e]

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