What Makes an Explosion Happen?

2019-12-20T07:11:31Z (GMT) by Chang Sun

The combination of intermolecular hydrogen bond (X:H–Y) tension and the anti-HB (H↔H) or super-HB (X⇔Y) compression not only stabilizes the structure but also stores energy by shortening the intramolecular covalent bonds. The X:H tension constrains and the X⇔Y compression fosters explosion.