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Another example would include an anti-ship missile, which utilizes not only (A), but (C) as well. An anti-ship missile is capable of penetrating the hull of a ship using a shape charge, where by a secondary high explosive charge detonates within the ship. The penetration of the hull, and corresponding secondary blast is devastating and is capable of splitting the ship in half, or causing enough damage to sink the ship. (B) Indirect shattering, is the primary use of explosives, and is encountered very frequently in wartime.

Part or parts of this laboratory process may be protected by international, and/or commercial/industrial processes. Before using this process to legally manufacture the mentioned compound, with intent to sell, consult any protected commercial or industrial processes related to, similar to, or additional to, the process discussed in this procedure. This process may be used to legally prepare the mentioned compound for laboratory, educational, or research purposes. Hazards: Use caution when handling concentrated hydrazine solutions; never boil them alone, and keep them away from strong oxidizers.

Ammonium bisulfide. Ammonium hydrogen sulfide Ammonium bisulfide Ammonium bisulfide forms white, tetragonal or orthorhombic crystals, which sublime in vacuum. Ammonium bisulfide begins to decompose at room temperature into ammonia, and hydrogen sulfide. It is freely soluble in water and alcohol, giving colorless solutions, which may turn yellow on standing. Ammonium bisulfide decomposes in boiling water. It is slightly soluble in acetone, but insoluble in ether, and benzene. It is irritating to the skin and causes hair removal.

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