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Red mercury is a hazardous substance with it apparently is not explosive itself is used as a source of neutrons that are running on the contents of the pressure of the atomic bomb, deuterium and tritium to the top of the critical mass, and when there is explosive device it produces a violent explosion accompanied by the destruction of an area with a radius of 600 Mtermn bomb size of about 500 cm 3 (about 10 kg), where flood area Benitronat Fast remain about two days this is an important strategic development of the neutron bomb.

The intensity of red mercury is very high about 20.2 g / cm 3, which like the intensity Alneptinyum 237 as they are a non-radioactive. Red liquid mercury for sale. Red Liquid Mercury 20/20 for sale is used as a solvent for the uranium-235 and thus facilitate the process of storing radioactive uranium 235 and this can be easily separated from the red liquid mercury by a process of distillation, is well known that mercury was ten matches, seven of which were stable, then unstable isotope, and beta rays produce two equals negative, and one of these isotopes for industrial Mercury is known as the Red.

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Red mercury is purportedly a substance of uncertain composition used in the creation of nuclear weapons, as well as other weapons systems. Because of the great secrecy surrounding the development and manufacturing of nuclear weapons, there is no proof that red mercury exists. However, it is known amongst builders of nuclear weapons and dovelopers have their various connects to acquire this substance.

A key part of the secondary in a fusion bomb is lithium-6-deuteride. When irradiated with high-energy neutrons, Li-6 creates tritium, which mixes with the deuterium in the same mixture and fuses at a relatively low temperature. Russian weapon designers have reported (1993) that red mercury was the Soviet codename for lithium-6, which has an affinity for mercury and tends to acquire a red colour due to mercuric impurities during its separation process.

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