Dictionary of the word “dinitrocellulose”

Meaning of the word

Dinitrocellulose is an explosive chemical compound, also known as cotton polvora. It is produced by cellulose nitration with a mixture of nitric acid and sulfuric acid.

Origin of the word

The term “dinitrocellulose” is formed by the junction of the “dinitro” elements (indicating the presence of two nitro groups) and “cellulose” (a glucose polymer found on plant cell walls).

Word adverbs

There are no specific adverbs related to the word “dinitrocellulose”.

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “dinitrocellulose”.

Synonyms of the word

cotton polvora, nitrocellulose.

Word Definitions

  1. Explosive chemical compound produced by cellulose nity.
  2. Material used in the manufacture of explosives, paints and varnishes.

Phrases that the word applies

– Dinitrocellulose is an essential component in the manufacture of military explosives.

– The paint industry uses dinitrocellulose in its formulations for greater resistance and durability.

Examples of the word in text

Dinitrocellulose is widely used in the pyrotechnic industry for the production of fireworks. Its high sensitivity to friction and heat makes it extremely dangerous if inadequately handled.

Rhymes with the word

Eskimo, powder, grandfather, pity, flight, pole.

Anagrams with the word

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