HT alternate flammable liquid
— Posted by k3wL b0mzre on 8:08 pm on Mar. 20, 2002
som dood rot thess:
How to make fire-water:
Add 50g of KNO3 (potassium nitrate) to 100ml of 91%/70% isopropyl alcohol. Heat this solution over flame until it comes to a boil. Now dump this solution into a 1000ml beaker containing 32g of Ca(OCl)2 (calcium hypochlorite). Now add 15ml of 3% acetic acid solution (vinegar). Cool in an ice bath until the temperature drops to below five degrees Celcius. Now add 20ml of glycerin, and 30g of acetylsalic acid (aspirin). Keep cool in an ice bath for a full hour. Now for the final an most important step: adding the hydrochloric acid. Add 40ml of 30% HCl solution (hydrochloric acid) to the beaker, and heat until it reaches a full broil. Continue to heat until all traces of water are gone. Heat the residue until all traces of moisture are gone. Now take the residue, and add 10g of it to every 100ml of water. Now you have an EXTREMELY flammable liquid that was once used by the military as an inexpensive substitute for napalm.
— Posted by xenonalieninfo on 8:27 pm on Mar. 20, 2002
if you are use a none flame(electric) to heat it.
— Posted by Zero the Inestimable on 8:37 pm on Mar. 20, 2002
As far as I can tell that’s just a waste of perfectly good chemicals. The only thing that will do for you is make some very expensive and vaugely flammable gunk. You’re better off just lighting the alcohol and using the rest of the ingredients for things that WORK…
~Zero the Inestimable