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Who Invented Dynamite?

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Dynamite was invented by Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel. Alfred Nobel thought that the invention of this weapon would help end wars but it turned out to be otherwise and is still thought of as one of the deadliest products ever invented. The Nobel Prizes that he was awarded for this invention will not go down in history. Born on 21st October 1833, Alfred Nobel was an inventor by nature. Alfred worked in his father's factory until it went bankrupt in 1859. He created his first explosion in 1862 after he began experimenting with nitroglycerine. To increase production of nitroglycerine, Alfred Noble set up a small factory at Helenborg which is near Stockholm. However the factory was blown up in 1864 killing his brother Emil among other people. He suffered from cerebral hemorrhage and died on December 10, 1896.

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Swedish technologist Alfred Noble.
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Alfred nobel is a sweden man who invented dynamite.thanks for asking.
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Ok just to correct the best answer, Alfred Nobel invented dynamite for a better way to create tunnels to build railroads and for other construction needs. He did not intend it to be a weapon, in fact he said that if he had known if would be used as a weapon he would have never invented it.

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