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Pyrotechnics and Fireworks

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The use of substances that produce noise, light, heat, smoke, or motion when ignited; Usually for aesthetic displays or military purposes.
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Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani banned fireworks in New York after September 11.[edit] Sometime in the mid 1990's. Fireworks were banned well before 9/11/01.
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This falls under a dangerous category. One that should not be answered here to avoid injuries. Contact a fireworks factory and they may tell you. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- As a number of 'science experiments' h…
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Various places such as argos, supermarkets, Try to shop around or visit the leading department stores and supermarket in UK.
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Interesting question; the only real way to answer this is by estimating an average. It is an impossible question to answer with a solid answer.I will use Canada as an example here.there are approximately 2 doctors for every 1000 people here in Canada. (60,000) there are approximately 8 nurses for ev…
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No but u can buy them there
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So that consumers don't injure or kill themselves, or other people, using explosives in an untrained manner. People who are trained to handle fireworks sometimes make mistakes. Untrained people can do a great deal of damage if allowed to own and set off fireworks.
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Purchase Fireworks You can buy Fireworks in Seabrook, New Hampshire.
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It depends: the Chinese built rockets (and fireworks) that we now usually fire into the night sky on Bonfire Night on the 5th of November each year in Britain. If the rocket in the question was the rockets that were developed in Germany during the second World War, then the V2 was probably the fir…
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Fireworks were banned in New York since 1940 for all consumers. Fireworks were banned because they can start fires and can only be used by those with a permit.
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Short term Quick Fixes: -Play! Depending on your dog's level of anxiety (pacing vs. curled up trembling) simply distracting him may be the best course of action. Play, sing songs, exercise the dog as much as you can to try and wear it out. Help your dog associate thunder with a fabulous playtime! …
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Common fireworks are paper or cardboard tubes containing combinations of gunpowder, flash powder, and propellants. Larger pyrotechnics use metal mortars and other containers, and some displays used compressed air for launching. There are many chemicals also used to provide various levels of burning…
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Answer The fireworks creators have worked many decades to figure these things out. There are several factors. The individual little bursts are wrapped separately. They are then arranged around a core in the shape desired and the propellant charge is placed in the middle. When it goes off it light…
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Earliest use of fireworks was by the Chinese 2,000 years ago. Gunpowder was invented during the Song dynasty (960-1279) and fireworks followed. The Chinese people celebrate the invention of the firecracker every April 18 by celebrating the inventor Li Tian.
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Setting of curd is a chemical change b'coz when lactobacillus bacteria comes in contact of milk they convert the milk to curd due to some biochemical reasons.
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Fireworks were made over 2000 years ago in ancient china.
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The Chinese
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fourth of July fireworks answerJuly 3rd
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Answer Sometime in the 9th century. Another Opinion It was in the 12th century. Correct answer Most historians agree that fireworks were first invented by the Chinese about 1,000 years ago.
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This entirely depends on where you live. Even county to county regulations vary, so you best contact the local fire marshalls office to get a definite answeranswer 2In some states, it is illegal for a private citizen to light fireworks at any time. A special license is given for a municipality to ha…
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All fireworks, even Safe and Sane are illegal in New York State.
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Answer Fireworks combine art and science. And you should NEVER EVER attempt to make your own unless you *really* know what you are doing. The colors in fireworks come largely from different metals in the fireworks which when heated glow different colors for different elements (this same effe…
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I think the largest fireworks display is during the festival of Diwali in INDIA. Nearly whole of the giant country, almost every single city and town, millions of houses and streets display fireworks that continue for several hours on the night of Diwali and the days adjacent to it. Its not a like …
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Fireworks were invented because a Chinese cook spilled the ingredients of gunpowder into his cooking, he found that the chemical burned very hotly and made loud explosions. The Chinese soon put this crude gunpowder into sticks of bamboo, and when thrown into a fire it exploded making a large flame a…
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ancient china
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Fireworks Fee:It depends on what kind of fireworks show you are talking about - a show for the town... or a box in the backyard?A 15-minute show for family and friends - which will include some fountains and cakes and artillery shells - will cost approximately $500 to $1,000.
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In the United States we celebrate Independence Day with fireworks displays. Some say this is to commemorate the battles of the Revolutionary War. However, fireworks and other explosions have been a part of important celebrations for many centuries.Some of the American Founders thought that July 2nd,…
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I believe the fireworks represent the rockets red glare during all battles fought by Americans to secure our freedom as well as the freedom of others.
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In Arizona and California, it is entirely possible that store-bought Fireworks are being made illegal due to the danger of Wildfires in those areas. Frankly, the last thing the local fire authorities need is one more source of ignition. Most fireworks contain chemical compounds that could also be us…
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The explosion of fireworks is a chemical change. During a chemical change, substances are changed into different substances
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Answer Ever see a firework explosion that WASN'T round? Everytime you see a fireworks explosion, you are seeing it from the side. The "side" you see is not the same side someone 200 yards away would see. Nor is it the same side someone a mile and a half away would see. Think of a lightbulb. When…
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A firework often has two ingredients: gunpowder and a colouring agent. Gunpowder is a mxture of charcoal, sulfur and potassium nitrate. This includes the elements carbon and sulfur (in elemental form), as well as potassium as ions and nitrogen and oxygen in a radical compound. Together, they create…
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color, smell, temperature, gas, light
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The Examples of chemical changes - Burning wood - cooking - Rotting fruit or food spoiling - Plants decaying - Silver tarnishing - Digesting food The Definition of Chemical Change In a chemical change where there is a chemical reaction, a new substance is formed and ene…
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Paper is burned.
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fireworks normally consist of a fuel that burns (such as charcoal), a colorant that colors the fire (like strontium) and an oxidizer that makes everything burn faster (such as potassium nitrate). the colorant can be skipped if no color is desired. this is a very simplified version. depending on what…
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Some rockets are used for space travel and others are used for war. some other rockets are hand made like baking soda rockets. Rockets carry satellites and astronauts into space, missiles, distress beacons, even pyrotechnics (fireworks) for amusement.
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Global warming; since harmful chemicals are going into the atmosphere and effecting the ozone layer greatly.
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an example of a chemical change is wood burning into ashes because it no longer has its original shape. rusting and color change When a hydrogen balloon is ignited hydrogen combines with oxygen forming a new compound, water. A car battery discharging rusting and color change When a hydroge…
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1.rusting of iron 2.exploding of dynamite 3.digestion of food 4.moldy cheese 5.souring milk 6.reaction of chlorine with sodium 7.wood rots 8.flammability 9.reacts with water to form a gas 10.reacts with a base to form water chemical: rotting an apple, freezing water, evaporating water, putt…
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Around the 1990s.
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fireworks are only legal in the north in Ireland. if you are in the north you must have a licence to buy sell or use. But at the same time there are firework shops up north that will allow you to buy without licence but these are normally shops that appear before Halloween and new years.
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The link below will allow you to view all of the fireworks available for Fireworks Supermarket without purchasing them! A great inventory!
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Sorry, I don't know!
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Anicient China, in the 12th century.chinaThe ancient Chinese invented it about a 1200 years ago.
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It was the Italians
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Fireworks are classifiled as low eplosion pryrohnic devices used primarily for entertainment purposes. The most common firework is part of a fireworks display in the air.
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Rapid oxidisation Correct Answer a combustion reaction
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No, fire is not considered fireworks, fireworks are explosions in the air for entertainment or celebration. Fire burns and destroys things, although fire is used during bonfires which are usually celebratory or as entertainment, so in that respect they are similar but fire is still not an example of…
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gunpowder for the general public and/or flash powder only used by professionals as for getting different colours out of them you can use different material such as aluminum to get a silver colour.
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No, valid admission is required for entrance to any of the theme parks. You will also not be allowed to enter once the park has closed.
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you get a strip of paper (bout computer paper size and about 2 inches wide)you have to have 3 sparklers and get a piar of plyers and get an extra piece of paper and fold it in half.you get your plyers and cut the powder into find powder and fold the strip of paper that you cut and make like a lillte…
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Gunpowder was invented a long time ago by a Chinese chemist. The invention of gunpowder eventually led to the invention of firecrackers and fireworks. The Chinese people used them to scare away evil spirits, especially at the time of The New Year festivals. The Italians were the first to use them a…
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Because guy Fawkes was the man who tried to blow up parliament by conspiring in the gunpowder plot to kill the members of what he and his accomplices thought was a corrupt parliament. Guy Fawkes attempted to blow up British parliament with gunpowder in 1605. Why this is celebrated, I do not know... …
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how do firewrks explode?fire works explode by a chemical reaction(explosive)
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Firecrackers have black powder or flash powder. These powders have charcoal, sulfur, and poatassium nitrate, aluminum, iron, steel, zinc, and/or magnesium dust. When you light up the firecrackers, it heats up these metals, and when the metals heat up, they give off a shine when they burn.
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A Brief History of Fireworks Provided by Fireworks in America "The day will be most memorable in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, bonfires and illuminat…
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1.burning a piece of paper 2.water evaporation3.milk goes sour4.match is lit5.rusting of screws
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Chemical energy is one of the types of energy commonly used. In cooking of food, in batteries, in eating. It deals with oxidation and can be transformed to different kinds of energy. Like Chemical energy in cooking of food to heat energy.
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about 10.00 for small ones and 30.00 for medium and 50.00 for big.
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Magnesium Sulfur
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18years old --- or you can get your mom to buy them for you cause here in America you can buy them at 15 years old or 13 years if you are accompinied by an addult
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people use fireworks for the 4th of July or to celebrate
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The stuff you'd use to make a firework at home are pretty much what a manufacturer would use. There is a link below, and a lot of serious reading is there or linked to that page. Help youself to the knowledge. But use is with utmost caution. Property damage, injury and death are reported every year …
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It depends on the different chemicals they mix with the gun powder, blue comes from adding Copper Chloride, Red is from using Rubidium.
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You use the fire works on midnight.
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Using a unique fuse for fireworks will be a most protective way. It depends on the chemicals it contain.
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a example of chemical change is fireworks
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The colors of fireworks are largely the result of the burning certain metallic compounds. For example: Red: Strontium or Lithium Orange: Calcium Yellow: Sodium Green: Barium Blue: Copper Violet: Potassium or Rubidium Gold: Charcoal or Iron White: Titanium, Aluminum or Magnesium
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They were invented by the Chinese a thousand years ago
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Pyrotechnic compositions emit light by three basic processes - incandescence (blackbody radiation) atomic emission, and molecular emission.
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No because they usally never touch them but if they are planned to they will put water on their bodies so it doesnt hurt those guys sure do take one for the team cause fireworks hurt no matter what
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Fireworks are enjoyed by many for various reasons throughout the year. They make us happy because they release endorphins that tell our brain to be happy.
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are fireworks a chemical reaction
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the example of chemical change is burning of paper,wood etc. Lighting a match
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Devin Kooker, Jack Skeleton
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-Rotting -Digesting-Burning-Rusting-ExplodingThese are only 5, but with these you should get the idea of what a chemical change is.
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Homemade fireworks start with gunpowder. This is a highly dangerous practice and not suggested without proper experience and safety equipment. Gun powder is highly unstable, as are many of the other chemicals used.
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You can tell when a chemical reaction occurs when there are changes in properties, a color change, and when the changes in properties precipitate.
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CADMIUM LOL omg thses nerda
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Im not sure of the individuals name but I believe it was the Chinese
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They burn and burning is a chemical reaction.
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Less dense wood will burn fastest, such as balsa wood. In general, the faster a tree grows, the less dense the wood from that tree will be.
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Some examples of a chemical reaction is color change, precipitation, gas production, changes in temperature, and changes in properties.
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i really dont know when im asking this thing the computer its supposed to be smart
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Modern fireworks are made of paper, oxidizers, metals, fuels, and reducing agents. The different oxidizers in the firework make the different colors people see in the sky.
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Burning of metals in fireworks is a chemical reaction and is what makes the fireworks glow with different colors.
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The process that causes fireworks to emit light is the excitation of an electron. When you give energy to an electron is a substance via heat etc. it is able to move up to a higher energy level. There is a set amount of energy between the energy state the the electron was in and now is in. The elect…
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Fireworks on the Fourth of July are considered a public good because they promote patriotism. Cities and towns pay for the fireworks. They get the money from sponsors, donors, and their budgets.
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Yes but I believe you have to have a license. After spending a few hours comparing the shipping rates for all the package forwarding companies mentioned in this forum and other forums on the web, I found out that Viaddress.com at http://www.viaddress.com offers the lowest shipping rates according…
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Fireworks were invented in ancient China in the 12th century to scare away (evil spirits).Then Marco Polo came along the famous Italian explorer went to china and brought them back to Italy and then USA and china suped and experimented with them and now we have all these crazy fireworks.=)
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Because they are built to do that. Spherical explosive charges are evenly and symmetrically covered by small bomblets.
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