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Alfred Nobel

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Mr. Stack

on 5 April 2016

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Transcript of Alfred Nobel

When he was born
Alfred Nobel was born on October 21,1833. He was the fourth son of his father, Immanuel Nobel. He was born in stockholm, Sweden.
Alfred Nobel
His Parents and Grandparents
Alfred Nobel's parents are (mother) Caroline Andrietta Ahlsell And (father) Immanuel Nobel. His Grandparents' names are (grandmother) Brita Katherina Ahlberg and (grandfather) Immanuel Nobelius.
When Alfred Nobel died
Alfred Nobel died on December 10, 1896 in Sanremo, Italy. He died from Cerebral Hemorrhage. Cerebral Hemorrhage is when your brain starts bleeding.
by:Rhyza Marnielle Reyes
Dynamite, Gelignite and Ballistite
In 1876, Alfred Nobel invented gelignite. In December 10, 1896 he created dynamite. Gelignite is also called blasting gelatin or simply jelly and it is an explosive. It is a mixture of nitrocellulose and nitroglycerin. Another thing that Alfred Nobel made was ballistite. It is another explosive.
Picture of Dynamite
This is a picture of dynamite.
Picture of Gelignite
This is a picture of gelignite.
Alfred Nobel's Nobel Peace Prize
Alfred Nobel created the Nobel Peace Prize. He created the Nobel Peace Prize because people were killing other people with his creations (his explosives).The people were destroying homes and towns with his dynamite.
This is how to make nitroglycerin. It also shows a little bit of nitroglycerin exploding.
Thank You!
This is a picture of Ballistite.
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