Deadline #1 Chemical Connections
Updated: 5/29/2020
Deadline #1 Chemical Connections
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  • Firecrackers are rolled paper tubes filled with black powder (also called gunpowder). They might also be filled with flash paper and a fuse.
  • Strontium Carbonate = Red fireworks Barium Chloride = Green fireworks Copper Chloride = Blue fireworks
  • When you light the fuse of a firecracker, the fire burns along the fuse. Eventually, it reaches the powder.
  • https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-manufacture-of-high-explosives/ https://www.wonderopolis.org/wonder/how-are-fireworks-madehttps://earthsky.org/human-world/how-do-fireworks-get-their-vibrant-colors
  • BaCl2 = Barium Chloride
  • When we were assigned the 2.4 assessment the first question taught us that ammonia is in explosives.
  • 1. Ammonia is used in fertilizers and explosives. It is produced from the reaction of Nitrogen and hydrogen according to the following equation.
  • 2.4. Assessment
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