How Do You Spell ANFO?

ANFO is a type of explosive that is commonly used in mining and construction. It is made up of ammonium nitrate and fuel oil, hence the name ANFO (pronounced as /ˈænfoʊ/). The first two letters 'A' and 'N' come from the chemical compound ammonium nitrate, while the last two letters 'F' and 'O' represent fuel oil. The IPA phonetic transcription of ANFO is /ˈænfoʊ/, where the stressed syllable is 'an' and the rest is unstressed.

Common Misspellings for ANFO

11 words made out of letters ANFO

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