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Gun powder was "invented" in China. The Chinese first used it to make "firecrackers" for festivals & entertainment. Then, gun powder was put to use by Europeans to make "guns" fueled by gunpowder.

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Who was the first to use gunpowder?

Gunpowder was first used in China in the 800s. They used gunpowder in fireworks.


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What is gunpowder used for?

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What country discovered sulfur?

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Where was gunpowder made?

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Why isn't the gunpowder ther by the great wall of china?

I'm guessing you mean why it was not used for defense or weaponary. The answer is that the Chinese did not find a weaponary use for gunpowder, they used it mainly for fireworks. The Europeans were the first to use gunpowder for weapons.


Where did the gunpowder come from?

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Where the gunpowder came from?

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What civilization invented paper and gunpowder?

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