Trivia Questions With Answers!

**TNT trivia quiz questions with answers**

What does TNT stand for?

Answer: Trinitrotoluene

Who discovered TNT?

Answer: Joseph Wilbrand

In what year was TNT discovered?

Answer: 1863

What is the primary use of TNT?

Answer: Explosives

What color is TNT?

Answer: Yellow

What is the chemical formula of TNT?

Answer: C7H5N3O6

What is the explosive power of TNT measured in?

Answer: Joules

What is the boiling point of TNT?

Answer: 240°C

What is the melting point of TNT?

Answer: 80.35°C

What is the density of TNT?

Answer: 1.65 g/cm³

What was the first military use of TNT?

Answer: The Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78

Who manufactured TNT during World War I?

Answer: Nobel Industries

What is the common name for TNT?

Answer: Dynamite

How does TNT explode?

Answer: By rapid oxidation of its carbon and hydrogen atoms

What is the shock sensitivity of TNT?

Answer: Low

What is the flash point of TNT?

Answer: 143°C

Who was the first person to synthesize TNT?

Answer: Julius Wilbrand

What is the molecular weight of TNT?

Answer: 227.13 g/mol

What is the detonation velocity of TNT?

Answer: 6,900 m/s

What is the detonation pressure of TNT?

Answer: 200 kbar

What is the brisance of TNT?

Answer: 4.6 MJ/kg

What is the shelf life of TNT?

Answer: About 50 years

What is the NATO code for TNT?

Answer: O-TE-30

What is the UN number for TNT?

Answer: 0209

What is the CAS number for TNT?

Answer: 118-96-7

What is the main danger associated with TNT?

Answer: Explosiveness

What is the primary component of TNT?

Answer: Toluene

What is the secondary component of TNT?

Answer: Nitric acid

What is the tertiary component of TNT?

Answer: Sulfuric acid

What is the approximate speed of sound in TNT?

Answer: 6,700 m/s

Â© 2022 triviaplaying.com - All rights reserved.