Granule powder has more surface area exposed, and burns faster. Low explosives (black powder, or substitute) are deflagrating explosives- meaning it burns, and the spread rate of the flame is slower than the speed of sound. To a degree, you will find similar differences between the grades of real black powder- fG vs fffG, etc. More fff's the finer the powder.
What we have heah is.... failure to communicate.
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