Nitroglycerīn


Nitroglycerīn

Nitroglycerīn (Glonoin), C6H5 (3 NO4) O6 + 3 HO, erhält man durch allmäliges Eintragen von Glycerin in eine Mischung von Salpetersäure u. Schwefelsäure unter starker Abkühlung; es ist ein farbloses Öl, löst sich leicht in Alkohol u. Äther, schwer in Wasser, erzeugt in geringer Menge auf die Zunge gebracht Kopfweh, explodirt beim Erhitzen.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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