How can this be disambiguation page if it doesn't link anywhere?
It will when Carbonite_(explosive), or another article, is created.
How about a correct title? Lzer 05:37, 28 February 2007 (UTC)
Bold textCarbonite would not be an alloy made from frozen CO2, that is plain wrong. I think it should be deleted.
I thought carbonite was a polyatomic ion, symbol CO2, with a charge of -2. (talk) 15:08, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
It's also an online backup suite and the company that sells it.
Carbonite the explosive is a mixture, and has no chemical formula (a physically impossible anion wouldn't work very well as an explosive anyway). I have restructured the page a bit to reflect this, removed the formula from that section, added information on the Carbonite brand of dynamite, and added a clarification for anyone who was really trying for carbonate but misspelled it (more common than you'd think).
What is a "coal mining explosive"? I mean, what makes an explosive especially suitable for coal mines? Is it the rather incomplete combustion, leaving a lot of carbon monoxide, so that it is unlikely to start other dust or exposed coal burning? Colin McLarty (talk) 21:58, 18 August 2009 (UTC)