The Chemical Weapons Convention Implementation Ordinance

Original Language Title: Ausführungsverordnung zum Chemiewaffenübereinkommen

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Chemical Weapons Convention Implementing Regulation (CWÜV)

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CWÜV

Date of issue: 20.11.1996

Full quote:

" Implementing Regulation to the Chemical Weapons Convention of 20 November 1996. November 1996 (BGBl. 1794), which was last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 5 June 1994. July 2011 (BGBl. I p. 1349) "

:Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 5.7.2011 I 1349

For details, see Notes

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence: 27.11.1996 + + +)
For details on the stand specification, § § 1, 2 para. 1 no. 2 and 3, § 12 No. 3 and § 13 are in accordance with. § 15 of this V and section 21 (2) of the Implementing Act to the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWÜAG) iVm Abn. I Bek. v. 4.11.1996 II 2618 mWv 29.4.1997 entered into force unofficial table of contents

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On the basis of § 2 (1) and (3) and § 3 of the Execution Act on the Chemical Weapons Convention of 2. August 1994 (BGBl. I p. 1954) decrees the Federal Government: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Prohibition of chemicals in list 1

It is prohibited
1.
Chemicals of the list listed in Appendix 1 to this Regulation 1
a)
to be introduced from a non-contracting state,
b)
to run into a non-contracting state,
c)
to run into a third party state if it already exists have been imported from another Contracting State,
d)
they must be carried out when the country of origin, origin, destination, destination or another country of transit has been imported Non-contracting state, or
e)
to act according to the letters a to d as a German abroad
2.
in Germany or as a German abroad to set up facilities intended for the production of list 1 chemicals and their production capacity for these chemicals is at least one tonne per year,
3.
as a German in a non-contracting state to produce, process, trade with list 1 chemicals in list 1, to divure, consume, acquire, to leave to another, or otherwise to exercise the actual violence.
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§ 1a Prohibition of chemicals in list 2

The list of chemicals listed in Annex 1 to this Regulation is prohibited, 2
1.
to be introduced from a non-contracting state,
2.
to run into a non-contracting state or
3.
as a German act according to number 1 or 2 abroad.
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§ 2 approval reservation

(1) a need for approval if
1.
Facilities that are designed to produce list 1 chemicals,
a)
built,
b)
runs or
c)
significantly changing,
2.
List 1 chemicals
a)
produced,
b)
processes, trade with them, sells, consumes, acquires, leaves another, or otherwise exerts actual force on them, or
c)
they insert, remove, or execute them
3.
chemicals listed in Appendix 1 to this Regulation In the event that the action is not prohibited in accordance with § 1 above,
(2) A permit referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and for the production, processing and consumption referred to in paragraph 1 (2) (a) and (b) shall not be required if the production, processing or consumption in a facility is only medical, for pharmaceutical or research purposes, the total quantity of which shall be less than 100 grams per institution per year, in which case the respective activities of the approval authority shall be up to 1. February of a calendar year for the previous calendar year. A permit does not require any person to act under the supervision or employment of another person; in such cases, only the other of the authorisation shall be required. The transport of chemicals in List 1 shall not be subject to the authorisation referred to in paragraph 1 (2) (b).(3) In the case of the customs authorities designated in the permit, those who require authorisation to import, export or carry out chemicals must notify and, upon request, be notified of such authorisation. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Granting of Approval

(1) Without prejudice to other legislation, the approval is to be granted in accordance with § 2 para. 1 where it is ensured that the application of the act which is subject to authorisation does not infringe the obligations of the Federal Republic of Germany under the Convention.(2) The granting of the authorisation may be subject to factual and personal conditions, in particular to the reliability of the applicant.An export authorisation may only be granted if an official certificate of the country of destination is submitted, the information on the purpose, type and quantity of the chemicals, the final recipient and the guarantee of the final destination in the country of destination. Country of destination.(4) The approval may be limited in content, provided with secondary provisions and can be declared transferable.(5) The provisions of the External Economic Regulation on the application, return and retention of approval modestals shall apply. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Reporting requirements for production, processing, and consumption

(1) Who operates a work,
1.
which contains more than 200 tons of certain organic chemicals within the meaning of Part I, No. 4 of Annex 2 to the Convention a year,
2.
in which at least one holding means more than 30 tonnes of a PSF chemical within the meaning of Part IX (1) (b) of Annex 2 to the Convention. Convention produced in the year,
3.
in which at least one holding produces more than 30 tonnes of a chemical in the list 3 per year, or in the following The calendar year is expected to produce,
4.
in which at least one operation is more than one kilogram of a chemical in list 2 No. 3, 100 kilograms of a chemical List 2 Nos. 1 or 2 or a tonne of a chemical in list 2 Nos. 4 to 14 per year is produced, processed or consumed or is likely to produce, process or consume in the following calendar year or
5.
which produces more than 100 grams of chemicals in the list 1 per year, or is expected to produce in the following calendar year,
Notifications in accordance with § § 5, 7 and 8 obligated.(2) except in the case of the reporting obligation referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (2), who operates a plant which, during the reference period, produces exclusively the explosives or chemicals listed in Annex 2 to this Regulation, which are derived only from carbon and Hydrogen. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Reporting Types and Information

(1) The notifications pursuant to § 4 are Neumeldungen for the current calendar year, Annual financial statements for the previous calendar year, annual forecast for the following calendar year or change reports in the event of deviations from the new or annual report. Annual financial statements are to be made in all cases of § 4 paragraph 1, new, annual advance and change reports in the cases of § 4 para. 1 no. 3 to 5.(2) The report shall contain the following information on the work:
1.
Name and address of the Works,
2.
operator's name,
3.
in the case of § 4 (1) no. 2, whether or not at least one holding has produced more than 200 tonnes of a PSF chemical,
4.
in the case of Article 4 (1) (3), whether the plant has more than 200 tonnes of a chemical plant, paragraph 4, No. 3, has produced or is expected to produce List 3 chemical,
5.
in the case of Section 4 (1) No. 4, whether at least one Operation more than ten kilograms of a list 2 No 3 chemical, a tonne of a chemical in list 2 No.1 or 2 or 10 tonnes of a chemical in list 2 Nos. 4 to 14 produced, processed or consumed, or likely to be produce, process or consume,
6.
in the cases of § 4 (1) (3) and (4), the number of all establishments that trigger a reporting obligation, in the case of § 4 1 no. 1, the approximate number of holdings, in the case of § 4 (1) no. 2, the exact number of holdings that produced the chemicals designated there,
7.
in the Cases of § 4 (1) (1) and (2) the main activities of the work,
8.
in the case of § 4 (1) no. 5 on the entire sector, which is responsible for the production of a List 1 chemical is significant,
a)
for the annual report, the expected changes compared with the last technical description and the expected changes in destination,
b)
for the annual report Changes in relation to the last technical description and changes to the intended purpose.
(3) The notification shall contain the following information on each of the establishments referred to in § 4 (1) (3) and (4):
1.
Name and location within the work, including the building or building,
2.
operator's name,
3.
principal activities of the enterprise,
4.
in the case of § 4 paragraph 1 no. 4 in addition
a)
more details on the type of operation within the meaning of Part VII (7) (d) of Annex 2 to the Convention,
b)
the production capacity for each list 2 chemical that exceeds or is expected to exceed the threshold referred to in § 4 (1) no.
(4) The notification must contain the following information about the chemicals referred to in § 4 (1):
1.
in the case of § 4 para. 1 no. 1 the total amount of organic chemicals produced by the plant in the orders of magnitude 200 to under 1,000 tons, 1,000 to 10,000 tons and more than 10,000 tonnes,
2.
in the case of § 4 (1) (2), the total quantity of PSF chemicals produced by each holding in the order of magnitude 30 to less than 200 tonnes, 200 to less than 1,000 tonnes, 1,000 to 10,000 tonnes and more than 10 000 tonnes,
3.
in the case of § 4 (1) (3) separately for each chemical in List 3, in each of the where the threshold is exceeded,
a)
the chemical name given in the facility common or commercially available names, the structural formula and, if assigned, the CAS number,
b)
the uses to which the chemical is used.
c)
the quantity produced or expected to be produced by the plant in the orders of magnitude 30 to less than 200 tonnes, 200 to less than 200 tonnes. 1,000 tons, 1,000 to below 10,000 tons, 10,000 to 100,000 tons, and over 100,000 tons,
4.
in the case of § 4 (1) No. 4 separately for each chemical the list 2, where the threshold value is exceeded,
a)
the chemical Name, the usual or commercially available names used in the facility, the structural formula and-if assigned-the CAS number,
b)
the exact purposes within the meaning of Part VII (8) (e) of Annex 2 to the Convention to which the chemical is produced, processed and consumed, specifying the product groups in detail,
c)
for the annual report, the amount produced, processed, consumed, in-and executed by the factory,
d)
for the new, annual and change reports the quantity expected to be produced, processed and consumed by the plant, as well as the production, processing and consumption estimated time periods
5.
in the case of § 4 (1) No. 5 separately for each chemical in the list 1
a)
the chemical name, structure formula, and-if mapped-CAS number,
b)
for the year-end report
aa)
produced and consumed quantity as well as the purpose of consumption,
bb)
for each case of the overletting of the actual domestic violence quantity, purpose and name and Address of the recipient,
cc)
the highest in the course of a year, as well as the quantity stored on the last day of the year,
dd)
in the case of production for protection purposes, the method used,
ee)
the quantity, chemical name and-if assigned-CAS number of each of the preproducts of lists 1 to 3
c)
used for the new, annual and change reports the quantity expected to be produced by the plant, the time periods that are likely to be required for production and the purpose of production.
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§ 6 Reporting requirements on import and export

(1) Who
1.
more than one ton a list of 3, 100 kilograms of a chemical in list 2 No. 4 to 14, 10 kilograms of a chemical in list 2 No. 1 or 2, or 100 grams of a chemical in list 2 No. 3 in the year or
2.
List 1 chemicals
is required to report in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2 and § § 7 and 8.(2) For each chemical, the message must be separately
1.
the chemical name, the ordinary or commercially available names, structural formula and-if associated-CAS number,
2.
the name of the one or the exporter,
3.
Details of the number of countries of origin or destination in the past calendar year, indicating the countries involved,
4.
for each case the import or export of list 1 chemicals also includes the date, quantity, purpose and name and address of the supplier or receiver
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§ 7 Additional reporting requirements

(1) The annual reports and the reports in accordance with § 6 are up to 1. February of a new calendar year.(2) In the case of § 4 (1) no. 5, the annual reports are up to 1. September, in the cases of Section 4 (1) (3) and (4) to the 15. September of a calendar year, new registrations and amendments no later than 20 days before the recording of the activity subject to the notification.(3) The following units of measurement shall be used in the notifications in accordance with § § 5 and 6:
1.
in the case of chemicals of the List 1 gram,
2.
for lists 2 and 3 tons chemicals.
The third digit is to be rounded. Sentences 1 and 2 shall not apply to the notifications to be issued in orders of magnitude in accordance with Section 5 (4) (3). Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Forming rules

(1) The applications for approval pursuant to § 2 and the notifications in accordance with § § 4 and 6 are by written declaration to the Federal Office for Economic Affairs and Export Control (BAFA).(2) The Federal Office for Economic Affairs and Export Control (BAFA) may, by means of a notice in the Federal Gazette, prescribe the use of certain forms. It may allow applications and notifications to be submitted in a different manner, in particular by means of electronic data exchange. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Exceptions to low concentrations

(1) § § 1, 2, 4, and 6 do not apply if list 1 chemicals a proportion of less than 1 per hundred of a mixture.(2) § 1a shall not apply if chemicals
1.
in list 2 Nos. 1 to 3 share a proportion of 1 of the One hundred or less, or
2.
of list 2 Nos. 4 to 14, represent 10% of the hundred or less
of a mixture.(3) § § 2, 4 and 6 shall not apply if chemicals
1.
of list 2 number 1 to 3 a share 1 of the hundred or less, or
2.
list 2, points 4 to 14, or the list 3 is a proportion of 30 of the hundred or less
of a mixture.(4) § § 1a, 2 and 6 shall not apply if lists 2 or 3 of chemicals are contained in goods intended for consumer goods, which are
1.
packaged for sale in retail and intended for personal use or
2.
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§ 10 Special reporting requirements

(1) The reporting obligation shall also be subject to the following: operate a work,
1.
in which at least one operation is a chemical in list 3,
2.
in the at least one operation, a list 2 chemical or
3.
which is a chemical in the list 1
after the 1. It was produced in January 1946 for use for purposes other than those permitted under Section 1 (2) of the Implementing Act to the Chemical Weapons Convention. For the calendar years from 1946 onwards, notifications shall be made within six months of the date specified in § 15 sentence 2.(2) The message must contain the following information:
1.
about the work
a)
Information according to § 5 para. 2 nos. 1 and 2,
b)
in the case of paragraph 1, sentence 1, point 3, for the whole area, which was significant for the production of a list 1 chemical for the purpose mentioned there, comprehensive and accurate Information within the meaning of Part V (1) of Annex 2 to the Convention on the location, construction equipment, technical equipment and procedures, production capacity, activities and on the construction and plant-engineering measures,
2.
over operation
a)
in the cases referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1, no. 1 and 2, information in accordance with § 5 (3) nos. 1 to 3,
b)
in the case of the Paragraph 1, first sentence, no. 2, additional information pursuant to Article 5 (3) (4), (4)
3.
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a)
in the cases referred to in paragraph 1, first sentence, no. 1 and 2, information on the chemical name used in the Means used ordinary or commercially available names, the structural formula and, if allocated, the CAS number, the beginning and the end of each production period for the purpose referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1, the quantity of production per the production period, the place to which the chemical was delivered, and, if known, the final product produced there,
b)
in the case of the first sentence of paragraph 1, point 3 comprehensive and accurate information, as well as information on production periods and quantities within the meaning of Part V (1) of Annex 2 to the Convention
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§ 11 Bundeswehr and other institutions

No approval pursuant to § 2 require the Bundeswehr, the federal police force and the police force. customs authorities and the other authorities and departments responsible for the maintenance of public security. The reporting requirements of this Regulation shall not apply to the Bundeswehr. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Administrative Offences

Administrative unlawful within the meaning of Section 15 (1) (1) of the Implementing Act Chemical Weapons Convention, who intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 2 para. 2 sentence 1 a No activity, not correct, not complete or not in time,
2.
contrary to § 4 (1) and § 6 (1), a report not, not correct, not correct is complete or not timely, or
3.
does not report or report chemicals correctly or incorrectly, contrary to § 2 para. 3 chemicals.
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§ 13 Crime

(1) According to § 16 (1) No. 2 of the Implementing Act to the Chemical Weapons Convention, it is punished who
1.
contrary to a ban pursuant to § 1 No. 1 chemicals in list 1 on, off, or carried out or as German equivalent acts abroad,
2.
contrary to a ban pursuant to § 1 No. 2 in Germany or as a German abroad a facility ,
2a.
introduces or executes a chemical contrary to § 1a no. 1 or 2, or performs corresponding acts abroad as a German.
3.
without the approval required in accordance with § 2 para. 1 (1) (a) of a facility or
4.
contrary to a ban according to § 1 No. 3 as a German in a non-contracting state chemicals in list 1 produced, processed, sold with them, sold it, consumed,
() In accordance with Section 16 (1) (3) of the Implementing Act to the Chemical Weapons Convention, it shall be punished who is
1.
without the approval required under § 2 (1) (b) (b) or
2.
without the approval of List 1 chemicals required in accordance with Section 2 (1) No. 2 (a).
(3) According to Article 16 (2) of the Implementing Act, Chemical weapons convention shall be punished for who
1.
without the required pursuant to § 2 (1) (1) (c) Approval of a facility substantially amends,
2.
without the authorization required under § 2 (1) (2) (b) and (c), processed chemicals in list 1, with they are trading, selling them, consuming, acquiring, leaving another, otherwise carrying out the actual violence or acting on, off or carrying out, or
3.
without the authorization required under § 2 para. 1 no. 3 to execute list 3 chemicals in a non-contracting state.
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§ 15 Entry into force

§ § 1, 2 para. 1 no. 2 and 3, § 12 No. 3 and § 13 shall enter into force on the day the Convention enters into force in accordance with its Article XXI and which is the subject of the Chemical Weapons Convention pursuant to Article 21 (2) of the Implementing Act. Bundesgesetzblatt is announced. Moreover, this Regulation shall enter into force on the day following the date of delivery. Non-official table of contents

Annex 1 Chemicals Lists *)

Location of the original text: BGBl. I 1996, pp. 1799-1801
registration number by
Chemical Abstracts Service
(CAS-number)
List 1
A. Toxic chemicals:
1.Oalkyl (<-C (deep) 10 including cycloalkyl)-alkyl-(Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-phosphonofluoride, e.g.
Sarin: O-isopropylmethylphosphonofluorid (107-44-8)
Soman: O-Pinakolylmethylphosphonofluorid(96-64-0)
2. O-alkyl (<-C (deep) 10 including cycloalkyl) -N, N-dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-phosphoramidocyanides, e.g.
Tabun: O-Ethyl-N, N-dimethyl-phosphoramidocyanide(77-81-6)
3. O-alkyl (H or <-C (deep) 10 including cycloalkyl) -S-2-dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-aminoethylalkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-phosphonothiolates as well as corresponding alkylated and protonated salts, e.g.
VX: O-ethyl-S-2-diisopropylaminoethylmethyl-phosphonothiolate (50782-69-9)
4.Sulfur Loste:
 2-chloroethylchloromethyl sulfide(2625-76-5)
Senfgas: Bis (2-chloroethyl) sulphide(505-60-2)
Bis-(2-chloroethylthio) methane (63869-13-6)
Sesqui-Yperit (Q): 1,2-bis-(2-chloroethylthio)-ethane (3563-36-8)
Bis-1,3-(2-chloroethylthio)-n-propane(63905-10-2)
Bis-1,4-(2-chloroethylthio)-n-butan(142868-93-7)
Bis-1,5-(2-chloroethylthio)-n-pentan(142868-94-8)
Bis-(2-chloroethylthiomethyl) ether(63918-90-1)
O-Lost: Up to-(2-chloroethylthioethyl) ether(63918-89-8)
5.Lewisite:
Lewisit 1: 2-Chlorvinyldichloroarsine(541-25-3)
Lewisit 2: Bis-(2-chlorovinyl)-chlorarsine(40334-69-8)
Lewisit 3: Tris-(2-chlorovinyl)-arsine(40334-70-1)
6. Nitrogen Lost
HN1: Bis-(2-chloroethyl)-ethylamine (538-07-8)
HN2: Bis-(2-chloroethyl)-methylamine(51-75-2)
HN3: Tris-(2-chloroethyl)-amine(555-77-1)
7. Saxitoxin(35523-89-8)
8.Ricin (9009-86-3)
B.Starting Materials:
9. Alkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-phosphonic acid difluorides, e.g.
DF: Methylphosphonate difluoride(676-99-3)
10.Oalkyl (H or <-C (deep) 10 inclusive) Cycloalkyl) -O-2-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr) -aminoethylalkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-phosphonites and corresponding alkylated and protonated salts, e.g.
QL: O-ethyl-O-2-diisopropylaminoethyl-methylphosphonite(57856-11-8)
*) Any reference to groups of dialkylated chemicals, followed by a list of alkyl groups in brackets, means that all possible combinations of the compounds of the If they are not explicitly excluded from the list in brackets, if they are not explicitly excluded.
Registration number by
Chemical Abstracts Service
(CAS number)
11.Chloro-Sarin: O-isopropylmethylphosphonochloride (1445-76-7)
12.Chloro-Soman: O-Pinakolylmethylphosphonochloride (7040-57-5)
List 2
A.Toxic Chemicals:
1.Amiton: 0,0-Diethyl-S-(2-(diethylamino)-ethyl)-phosphorthiolate and corresponding alkylated and protonated salts. (78-53-5)
2.PFIB: 1,1,3,3,3-pentafluoro-2-(trifluoromethyl) -1-propen (382-21-8)
3.BZ: 3-Chinuclidinylbenzilat(6581-06-2)
B.Starting materials:
4.Chemicals, with the exception of those in List 1 , which contain a phosphorus atom to which a methyl, ethyl or propyl (normal or iso) group is attached, but no other carbon atoms, e.g.
methylphosphonic acid dichloride(676-97-1)
dimethylmethylphosphonate(756-79-6)
Exception:
Fonofos: O-Ethyl-S-phenyl-ethyldithiophosphonat (944-22-9)
5.N, N-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr) -phosphoramide dihalides 
6.Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr) -N, N-dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-phosphoramidate 
7.Arsentrichlorid(7784-34-1)
8. 2,2-diphenyl-2-hydroxyacetic acid(76-93-7)
9. Chinuclidin-3-ol(1619-34-7)
10.N, N-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-aminoethyl-2-chlorides and corresponding protonated salts
11.N, N-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-aminoethan-2-ol and corresponding protonated salts
Exceptions:
N-N-dimethylaminoethanol and corresponding protonated salts (108-01-0)
N-N-diethylaminoethanol and corresponding protonated salts (100-37-8)
12.N, N-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-aminoethane-2-thiol and corresponding protonated salts
13.thiodiglycol: bis-(2-hydroxyethyl)-sulfide (111-48-8)
14.Pinacolyl alcohol: 3,3-dimethylbutan-2-ol(464-07-3)
List 3
A. Toxic Chemicals:
1.Phosgene: Carbonyl dichloride(75-44-5)
2.Chlorcyan(506-77-4)
3. Hydrogen Hydrogen(74-90-8)
4.Chlorpikrin: trichloronitromethane (76-06-2)
B.Starting Materials:
5. Phosphorus Oxychloride(10025-87-3)
6. Phosphorus trichloride(7719-12-2)
7.Phosphorus pentachloride (10026-13-8)
8.trimethylphosphite(121-45-9)
9.triethylphosphite(122-52-1)
10. Dimethylphosphite(868-85-9)
11.diethylphosphite (762-04-9)
12.Sulphur Monochloride(10025-67-9)
13.Sulfur Dichloride(10545-99-0)
14. Thionyl chloride(7719-09-7)
15.ethyldiethanolamine (139-87-7)
16.methyldiethanolamine(105-59-9)
17.Triethanolamin(102-71-6)
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annex 2 explosives according to § 4 para. 2

site of the original text: BGBl. I 1996, p. 1802-1803ammonium pikrat C (deep) 6H (deep) 6O (deep) 7N (deep) 4
Azotetrazole metal salts, e.g. C (deep) 2N (deep) 10Me *) xH (deep) 2 O
Bleidinitrokresolat C (deep) 14H (deep) 10N (deep) 4O (deep) 10Pb
lead trinitroresorcinate C (deep) 6HN (deep) 3O (deep) 8Pb
1,2,4-Butantrioltrinitrate C (deep) 4H (deep) 7N (deep) 3O (deep) 8
Cyanurtriazid C (deep) 3N (deep) 12
Di-(aminoguanidine)-azo-tetrazole C (deep) 4H (deep) 16N (deep) 18 O
Diazodinitrophenol C (deep) 6H (deep) 2N (deep) 4O (deep) 5
2,4-dichloro-1,3,5-trinitrobenzene C (deep) 6HN (deep) 3O (deep) 6Cl (deep) 2
Diethanolamine trinitrate C (deep) 4H (deep) 10N (deep) 4O (deep) 9
diethylene glycol dinitrate C (deep) 4H (deep) 8N (deep) 2O (deep) 7 (nitrodiglycol)
Diglycerintetranitrate C (deep) 6H (deep) 10N (deep) 4O (deep) 13
dinitroaminophenol C (deep) 6H (deep) 5N (deep) 3O (deep) 5 (picraminic acid)
Dinitrodimethyloxamide C (deep) 4H (deep) 6N (deep) 4O (deep) 6
Dinitrodioxyethyl-oxamide dinitrate C (deep) 6H (deep) 8N (deep) 6O (deep) 12 (dinitrodiethanoloxamide dinitrate)
Dinitrophenol C (deep) 6H (deep) 4N (deep) 2O (deep) 5
Dinitrophenol metal salts C (deep) 6H (deep) 3N (deep) 2O (deep) 5Me *)
Dinitrophenylglycerinetherdinitrate C (deep) 9H (deep) 8N (deep) 4O (deep) 11
Dinitrophenylglycerin thermononitrate C (deep) 9H (deep) 9N (deep) 3O (deep) 9
Dinitrophenyl glycol ether nitrate C (deep) 8H (deep) 7N (deep) 3O (deep) 8
Dinitroresorcin C (deep) 6H (deep) 4N (deep) 2O (deep) 6
Dinitroresorcinol heavy metal salts, e.g. C (deep) 6H (deep) 2N (deep) 2O (deep) 6Me *)
Dinitroluol C (deep) 7H (deep) 6N (deep) 2O (deep) 4
Dioxyethylnitramindinitrate C (deep) 4H (deep) 8N (deep) 4O (deep) 8
Dipentaerythrithexanitrate C (deep) 10H (deep) 16N (deep) 6O (deep) 19
Erythritol Tetranitrate C (deep) 4H (deep) 6N (deep) 4O (deep) 12
ethylenediamine dinitrate C (deep) 2H (deep) 10N (deep) 4O (deep) 6
Ethylendinitramin C (deep) 2H (deep) 6N (deep) 4O (deep) 4
Ethylnitrate C (deep) 2H (deep) 5NO (deep) 3
glycerol acetate dinitrate C (deep) 5H (deep) 6N (deep) 2O (deep) 8
glycerine monochlorohydrin dinitrate C (deep) 3H (deep) 5CIN (deep) 2O (deep) 6 (dinitromonochlorohydrin)
Glycerindinitrate C (deep) 3H (deep) 6N (deep) 3O (deep) 7
glycerol formate dinitrate C (deep) 4H (deep) 6N (deep) 2O (deep) 8 (dinitroformin)
glycerol nitrolactate dinitrate C (deep) 6H (deep) 9N (deep) 3O (deep) 11
glycerol trinitrate C (deep) 3H (deep) 5N (deep) 3O (deep) 9 (nitroglycerin)
glycidnitrate C (deep) 3H (deep) 5NO (deep) 4 (nitroglycid)
Glycoldinitrate C (deep) 2H (deep) 4N (deep) 2O (deep) 6 (nitroglycol)
Guanidinperchlorate CH (deep) 6N (deep) 3O (deep) 4Cl
Guanidinpikrat C (deep) 7H (deep) 8N (deep) 6O (deep) 7
urea nitrate CH (deep) 5N (deep) 3O (deep) 4
hexamethylene trioxide diamine C (deep) 6H (deep) 12N (deep) 2O (deep) 6
Hexanitroazobenzene C (deep) 12H (deep) 4N (deep) 8O (deep) 12
Hexanitrodiphenyl C (deep) 12H (deep) 4N (deep) 6O (deep) 12
Hexanitrodiphenyl ether C (deep) 12H (deep) 4N (deep) 6O (deep) 13 (hexanitrodiphenyloxide)
Hexanitrodiphenylamine C (deep) 12H (deep) 5N (deep) 7O (deep) 12 (Hexyl)
Hexanitrophenylaminpotassium C (deep) 12H (deep) 4N (deep) 7O (deep) 12K
Hexanitrodiphenylglycerin thermononitrate C (deep) 15H (deep) 9N (deep) 7O (deep) 17
Hexanitrodiphenyloxamide C (deep) 14H (deep) 6N (deep) 8O (deep) 14
Hexanitrodiphenyl sulfide C (deep) 12H (deep) 4N (deep) 6O (deep) 12S
Hexanitrodiphenyl sulfone C (deep) 12H (deep) 4N (deep) 6O (deep) 14S
Hexanitrosobenzene C (deep) 6N (deep) 6
Hexanitrostilbene C (deep) 14H (deep) 6N (deep) 6O (deep) 12
potassium dinitrobenzofuroxan C (deep) 6H (deep) 3N (deep) 4O (deep) 7K
Mannithexanitrate C (deep) 6H (deep) 8N (deep) 6O (deep) 18
Methyl nitrate CH (deep) 3NO (deep) 3
Methyltrimethylolmethane trinitrate C (deep) 5H (deep) 9O (deep) 9N (deep) 3 (methrioltrinitrate)
Monoethanolamine dinitrate C (deep) 2H (deep) 7N (deep) 3O (deep) 6
Mononitroresorcinol heavy metal salts C (deep) 6H (deep) 3NO (deep) 4Me *)
Sodium dinitrocresolate C (deep) 7H (deep) 2O (deep) 5Na
5-Nitrobenzotriazole C (deep) 6H (deep) 4N (deep) 4O (deep) 2
Nitroguanidine CH (deep) 4N (deep) 4O (deep) 2
Nitrourea CH (deep) 3N (deep) 3O (deep) 3
Nitroisobutylglyceryl trinitrate C (deep) 4H (deep) 6N (deep) 4O (deep) 11
Nitromethylpropandioldinitrate C (deep) 4H (deep) 7N (deep) 3O (deep) 8
Pentaerythritol tetranitrate C (deep) 5H (deep) 8N (deep) 4O (deep) 12 (nitropenta, PETN, pentrite)
1,3-propanediol dinitrate C (deep) 3H (deep) 6N (deep) 2O (deep) 6
Mercury fulminate Hg (CNO) (deep) 2 (Knallmercury)
Silver fulminate AgCNO
Tetramethylentetranitramine C (deep) 4H (deep) 8N (deep) 8O (deep) 8 (octogen)
Tetramethylolcyclohexanolpentanitrate C (deep) 10H (deep) 15N (deep) 5O (deep) 15
Tetramethylolcyclohexanoltetranitrate C (deep) 10H (deep) 14N (deep) 4O (deep) 13
Tetramethylolcyclopentanolpentanitrate C (deep) 9H (deep) 13N (deep) 5O (deep) 15
Tetramethylolcyclopentanone tetranitrate C (deep) 9H (deep) 12N (deep) 4O (deep) 13
Tetranitroacridone C (deep) 13H (deep) 5N (deep) 5O (deep) 9
Tetranitroaniline C (deep) 6H (deep) 3N (deep) 5O (deep) 8
Tetranitroanisol C (deep) 7H (deep) 4N (deep) 4O (deep) 9
Tetranitrodibenzo-1, 3a, 4,6a-tetraazapentalen C (deep) 12H (deep) 4N (deep) 8O (deep) 8
Tetranitronaphthalene C (deep) 10H (deep) 4N (deep) 4O (deep) 8
1-(5 ' -tetrazolyl) -4-guanyltetrazenhydrate C (deep) 2H (deep) 8N (deep) (deep) 10O (tetrazen) /> Triaminotrinitrobenzene C (deep) 6H (deep) 6O (deep) 6N (deep) 6
1,3,5-trichloro-2,4,6-trinitrobenzene C (deep) 8CI (deep) 3N (deep) 3O (deep) 6
Triethylene glycol dinitrate C (deep) 6H (deep) 12N (deep) 2O (deep) 8
trimethylentrinitramine C (deep) 3H (deep) 6N (deep) 6O (deep) 6 (hexogen)
trinitroethanol C (deep) 2H (deep) 3N (deep) 3O (deep) 7
trinitroaniline C (deep) 6H (deep) 4N (deep) 4O (deep) 6
Trinitroanisol C (deep) 7H (deep) 5N (deep) 3O (deep) 7
trinitrobenzoic acid C (deep) 7H (deep) 3N (deep) 8
trinitrobenzenesulfonic acid C (deep) 6H (deep) 3N (deep) 3O (deep) 9S
trinitrobenzene C (deep) 6H (deep) 3N (deep) 3O (deep) 6
trinitrochlorobenzene C (deep) 6H (deep) 2CIN (deep) 3O (deep) 6
trinitrofluorenone C (deep) 13H (deep) 5N (deep) 3O (deep) 7
Trinitrocresol C (deep) 7H (deep) 3O (deep) 7
trinitrocresol metal salts C (deep) 7H (deep) 4N (deep) 3O (deep) 7Me *)
1,3,8-Trinitronaphthalene C (deep) 10H (deep) 5N (deep) 3O (deep) 6
Trinitrophenetol C (deep) 8H (deep) 7N (deep) 3O (deep) 7
Trinitrophenol C (deep) 6H (deep) 3N (deep) 3O (deep) 7 (picric acid)
Trinitrophenol metal salts C (deep) 8H (deep) 2N (deep) 3O (deep) 7Me *) (Pikrate)
Trinitrophenylethanolnitraminnitrat C (deep) 8H (deep) 6N (deep) 6O (deep) 11
Trinitrophenylglycerol therdinitrate C (deep) 9H (deep) 7N (deep) 5O (deep) 13
Trinitrophenyl glycol ether nitrate C (deep) 8H (deep) 6N (deep) 4O (deep) 10
Trinitrophenylmethylnitramine C (deep) 7H (deep) 5N (deep) 5O (deep) 8 (Tetryl)
Trinitroresorcin C (deep) 6H (deep) 3N (deep) 3O (deep) 8
Trinitrotoluol C (deep) 7H (deep) 5N (deep) 3O (deep) 6
Trinitroxylol C (deep) 8H (deep) 7N (deep) 3O (deep) 6
Zirconiumdinitroaminophenolate C (deep) 6H (deep) 4N (deep) 3O (deep) 3O (deep) 5Zr
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*) Me = metal.