Statistics About The Most Explosive Element

The most explosive element, francium, has a half-life of only 22 minutes and is extremely rare in nature.

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"The world's most powerful non-nuclear explosive is a compound called Octanitrocubane."

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"The energy density of Octanitrocubane is estimated at 10.2 MJ/Kg."

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"Nitroglycerin is one of the most dangerous and explosive chemicals, and it is used as the chief ingredient in dynamite."

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"In terms of elements, Hydrogen is the most explosive; it is also the most abundant element in the universe."

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"Nitrogen is a common element found in explosives due to its ability to form stable molecules after explosive reactions."

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"C-4, a commonly used military explosive, has a detonation velocity of about 8,092 meters per second."

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"The largest man-made non-nuclear explosion was the Halifax Explosion, involving 2,653 tonnes of explosives."

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"TNT is less powerful than dynamite, with a detonation velocity of approximately 6,900 meters per second."

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"The use of Azidoazide azide, the most explosive chemical compound, is very rare due to its extreme sensitivity and instability."

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