What Does Napalm Look Like When It Hits?


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Napalm refers to inflammable gel material used in World War II. It is a mixture of gasoline, petroleum fuels and a solidifying agent. When shot from the flame thrower, napalm converts the mixture into a thick jelly and sticks to the target and continues burning.
Napalm burns gradually and can be flung over greater distances compared to gasoline. When napalm comes in contact with human skin, it sticks grimly and burns the skin. It was developed for the first time by the US during World War II. When hit on a target, napalm transforms into a cloud of thick black smoke and a crimson flame. The blaze can be extinguished with a fire extinguisher. To know more about how napalm looks, write napalm in Google and do an 'image search.'

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