What chemicals do they use to make the firework's colors pretty?
They use different ores to make different colors.
- Bright GREENS are made with barium.
- Deep REDS are a product of strontium.
- BLUES come from copper.
- YELLOWS require sodium.
- ORANGE is produced by a mixture of strontium and sodium.
- SILVERY WHITE by a mixture of titanium, zirconium and magnesium alloys.
- LAVENDER is obtained using a copper and strontium mix.
- Iron filings (from the ore mineral hematite) and small particles of charcoal produce GOLD sparks.
- Bright flashes are created by using fine ground aluminum powder. The use of larger particles, such as small flakes or granules, give a longer, shower-like effect.
- Magnalium, a magnesium-aluminum alloy, produces a tiny series of silvery-white flashes.
- Aluminum, antimony sulfide and perchlorate are other flash mixtures that are used
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There are many chemicals used in the paper making process. Silicate of Magnesia, Alkyl Ketene Dimer, Sulfate of Alumina, Natural Sulfate of Lime, Ammonium Zirconium Carbonate, Anthraquinone, Silicate of Magnesia, Alkylphenol Ethoxylates, Alkenyl Succinic Anhydride, Barium Sulfate, Carboxy Methyl Cel…lulose, Sodium Hydroxide, (MORE)
The things your body needs to stay alive basically. Things like your sugars and proteins and fats, they all give you energy. Therefore if you arent taking in enough of these nurtrients, you wont have much energy. There is no chemical that MAKES you tired, its the lack of other chemicals, or lower le…vels. The most common is taurine, it is an amino acid in our body. If you are to read the back of an energy drink, taurine is responsible for keeping us awake and functioning, so therefore, low levels in taurine will make you tired. (MORE)
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.75 oz. Peach gel food coloring. Ingredients: Water, sugar, may contain one or more of the following U.S. Certified Colors (red 40, red 3, yellow 5, yellow 6, blue 1 & blue 2), or (titanium dioxide), modified corn starch, vegetable gum, citric acid and less than 1/10 of 1% sodium benzoate and potass…ium sorbate (as preservatives). (MORE)
many different colors mixed together the one that i promise will work is red yellow blue in other words your primary colors
Smiling and being cheerful and friendly is preferred company (and will appear more pretty) over someone who is grumpy and belligerent.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. You.Yourself, everyone is pretty, i think you should just be yourself,find your inner "you" and act like yourself, i mean,you dont want to follow other people you also want to"trademark" yourself..im not saying you have to be bizarre, im saying that you have …to be yourself and when you do something people can remember you by your own way of doing things and say"hey..____________ did this..shes so cool!" ps:: everyone is pretty,including you, i mean,why would God create something ugly when a human is his greatest creation?? :D (MORE)
I would say different amounts of red and yellow, but I don't know for sure
I believe Cobalt is in glass. That's what creates the bluish tint. Add: Silica, baking soda or potash, and lime. For more information, refer to the related links below.
First, almost all chemistry for profit requires at least a college chemistry education (so you don't kill yourself) second, your largest problem will be having people buy the products you react. a simple, moderately safe and occasinaly profitable reactions is as follows: put 300ml of sulfuric acid …in a 400ml beaker. (concentration of acid only effects time) DO THIS OUTSIDE FROM THIS POINT carefully insert pennies dated from the year 1981 or earlier into the acid filling the solution to around the 400ml mark. the solution will turn blue and the pennies will dissolve at this point, you have a very contaminated solution of cupric sulfide. now you need to let the acid evaporate naturally, or using heat. if the slow method is used, you get some cool blue toxic crystals. Now, the part that people pay for, take some common small metal object and attach the cathode (-) of a DC power supply and submerge slightly in the cupric sulfide solution. take a piece of stainless steel screen, connect it to the anode (+) of the power supply platinum coated nickel wire, or other conductor, and place it at the bottom of the beaker If you don't have any sulfuric acid lying around, check the hardware store for "battery acid" its the same exact thing (MORE)
The following are commonly used: Red: strontium salts, lithium salts Orange: calcium salts Gold: iron (with carbon) Yellow: sodium compounds White: white-hot metal, such as magnesium or aluminum Green: barium compounds + chlorine producer Blue: copper compounds + chlorine produ…cer Purple: mixture of strontium (red) and copper (blue) compounds Silver: burning aluminum or magnesium powder or flakes. (MORE)
Too many to list, from the fissile and fusiondble fuels, explosives, electronics, inert casing materials, etc.
Chemicals called as pulping chemicals are used to convert wood in to pulp. There are pulping methods which do not use any chemical but pulp produced without using chemicals are much weaker. Chemicals known as bleaching chemicals are used to change pulp color from brown to white. Chemicals know…n as sizing chemicals are used to make paper water/liquid resistants. Chemicals known as coloring chemicals are used to color paper. (MORE)
I would say Potassium is the closest chemical to a purple as it is a lilac/purplish colour.
A combination of sulfuric acid, sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide this was taken from another article
There are almost limitless compounds in use as fertilisers or raw materials for fertiliser manufacture.. The major plant nutrients are nitogen N - mostly as nitrate or ammonium salts, made from atmospheric nitrogen, phosphorus P - mostly from phosphate rock, which is mostly bird droppings, and pota…ssium K - mostly from various minerals (rocks). (MORE)
The Chemicals would be only be Gun powder,powder colouring and that's it! . Then you just need a lighter to set it off.
wash your hair and the chemical which comes out of you hair is that chemical named hairy pairy. You mix the hairy pairy chemical with onions and green chilli , then you put the mixture in milk and boil it till the milk is dry and your suger is ready teddy. .
There are many hundreds of chemicals that combine to create a chemical reaction. If you would like to do one at home you can use acetic acid (vinegar) CH3COOH, and sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) NaHCO3. These will react rapidly to form sodium acetate NaCH3COO, and carbonic acid H2CO3. The carbo…nic acid will immediately break down to water H2O and carbon dioxide CO2 which will bubble out of the solution. Have fun!! Ray (MORE)
Yes it does you see that the water changes because the food colouring atoms are less dense than the water atoms which causes to "merge" together.
melatonin is a chemical produced in the pineal gland, which when released, causes drowsiness and drop in body temperature.
Sodium hydroxide is used to make solid soaps. Potassium hydroxide is used to make liquid soaps. If the soap is actually a detergent, there are a vast number of chemicals that can be used to make it.
well the chemicals required to make soap are any saturated or unsaturated organic compound i.e fats or oils respectively and its reaction wid sodiam hydroxide or potassium hydroxide ( NaOH , KOH )
Yellow is a primary color . So are red and blue . All other colors, with the addition of black or white, are some combination of these three colors.
Yellow is a primary colour, but if ever needed to make it, combining white paint with red and orange, depending on the variations, and time to mix it, should eventually make a yellow.
indigo (dark purple) and a dark grey i think but if that is wrong then you will have to use scientific colours
plants use process called photosynthesis: water plus carbon dioxide plus energy from the sun turns into sugar plus oxygen so the chemicals are water and co2
you cant because red is a primary color and primary colors can not be made you can Mae other colors out of them. The above answer is based on obsolete color theory. It is wrong. Your color printer makes red from magenta and yellow. Red is no longer a primary color of pigments.
There are hundreds of formulas for different types of glass, but the predominant ingredient in all glass is silica (sand),
That is dirty business. Dont try unless you are authorized by the government of your contry.
Any two or more paint colours, the main colours that you will need in you pallette are red, blue, yellow and black and white.
No. Honey is naturally sweet and made from simple sugars from plants. Honey producers do however augment the sugar supply by providing sucrose (cane sugar) solution to the bees to increase their output.
There are many chemicals that can make explosions including nitroglycerin, trinitrotoluene (TNT), ammonium nitrate, ammonium perchlorate (oxidizer in rocket fuel), methane, sodium azide, hydrogen, alkali metals such as sodium, and many others.
Yes. Nitrogen is used for making many types of amide/amine-based chemical fertilizers. It is the main constituent of fertilizers like Urea & Di-Amino-Phosphate.
secondary colors like purple, orange, and green are mixed with primary colors to create tertiary colors. When naming a tertiary color, the primary color comes first. EX: Blue mixed with green would be called Blue-green.
There is a lot to make things pretty on Christmas Your house Christmas lights Snowmen Snow Blinking lights Christmassy decorations ex. Reindeer santas sleigh Inside your house Snow globes Christmas tree A village Stockings Wreaths Presents Bows Ribbon Your tree C…hristmas lights Ornaments Tinsel Star/angel I hope this helped :) (MORE)
Blue is a primary color, one of the colors you use to build others. You can not mix other colors to achieve blue (or red or yellow).
No chemicals needed: just raise the temperature. Melting is never a chemical change, but purely physical!
The chemical used when a plant cell photosynthesizes is called chlorophyll, which is a pigment in the chloroplast of the cell.
Blue cannot be made because it is a primary color.. primary colors are red blue and yellow.. red blue make purple... blue and yellow make green etc.. need anymore let us know. color wheels everywhere on line will help you! good luck
I believe you mix equal parts of blue and green, then add black to make the depth of teal that you want.
yes... the ford fiesta for example, the dashboard, seats, steering wheel, etc are made of plant chemicals. the seat cushions are made from a specially processed variety of corn and soy-beans, along with many other parts of the car....
hydrochloric acid is has the potential to be used for creating photographs, so long as it is diluted and mixed with hydrogen sulphate and magnesium, but this will only create black and white photographs
Pectin is used to cause the 'jelly' appearance. Everything else is for flavoring and sweetness. Sugar, or artificial sweeteners like saccharine are used. Grapes, apples, strawberries or their juices are used for the flavors. There are artificial flavorings that can also be used to intensify the flav…or. (MORE)
Tan is a pale brown, which can be made with brown and white. Or if you don't have brown, you can make it by mixing the three primary colors, red, blue, and yellow.
I'm not sure about calling them chemicals, but in addition to thefruit, lots of sugar and sometimes lemon juice are used.
sodium laureth sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine , Polyquaternium-10, Methylisothiazolinon, Yellow 6 - CI 15985,Citric Acid, Fragrance....
The same ones as used to make televisions, computers, taperecorders, radios, etc. They are all electronics.
Two primary colour; White and red. The depth of the pink isgoverned by the amount of red added to the white