We have listed below the Maker of an explosion crossword clue answers based on our database. This clue was last seen on December 26 2022 in the New York Times crossword puzzle.
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Maker of an explosion NYT crossword answer is:
- Length: 3 letters
- Definition: TNT stands for trinitrotoluene, which is an explosive compound used for industrial and military purposes. It was first synthesized in 1863 by German chemist Joseph Wilbrand, and it is a yellow-colored solid that is relatively stable and shock-resistant. It is commonly used in commercial explosives, such as dynamite, and is also used in military applications, such as artillery shells and bombs.
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