The Chemical Formula is evenly divisible by 2 if you didn't notice that.
Yeah, I know it is divisible by 2, but with that you arrive to the empyrical formula, which does not represent the estructure of the compound and it is incorrect. In this case you need to use the molecular formula in order to represent in the right manner the compound. The Empyrical formula is the proportion in which the elements are in the molecule, but IT DOES NOT show the real ammount in the molecule, that is shown in the Molecular formula. In general, the Empyrical formula and the Molecular formula meet, but sometimes they do not.
Example of these is the formula of hydrogen peroxide: it is HO under the empyrical formula, which tells that there is 1 atom of hydrogen per oxygen atom inside the molecule; this formula does not represent the molecule, which is H2O2 (molecular formula). Another example: nitrogen tetroxide; it is NO2 under the empyrical formula but the correct formula is N2O4. I know about it, I'm chemist.
Glyceryl Trinitrate? You mean TNT? Sorry but GT6 literally doesn't have TNT. That stuff is Nitroglycerine also known as Glyceryl. And Glycerol is another different organic thing.
I looked this in the electrolyzer recipe of glycerol as name of fluid (which is C3H5(OH)3 as chemical formula or the chemical name is 1,2,3-propanetriol) and in the tooltip expanded it says "contains xxx amounts of glyceryl". So the name seems to be wrong as it is showing the electrolyzing recipe of nitroglycerine.
Also, TNT is trinitrotoluene (made by trating toluene with a nitration mixture (1:1 nitric acid/sulfuric acid) but not trinitroglycerine (which is abbreviated as GTN or TGN). TNT and nitroglycerine are two different explosives.
, the same happens in GT5u.
@Greg, if you need help with this I can lend you a hand.