Thermite welding is all about using thermite for welding steel or iron. Thermite is actually a mixture of iron oxide and powdered aluminum.
Copper thermite is a type of thermite where instead of the iron oxide, copper oxide is used instead. The reaction produces pure copper metal, but this thermite gets a little more splattery than the iron thermite.
The thermite reaction is highly exothermic.
Thermite is manufactured from pure metals and avoiding the use of carbon in the process of it. Thermite was originally discovered by a German chemist named Hans Goldschmidt.
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thermite is most often used for industrial purposes. Thermite reactions generally create a quick burst of extreme heat. Sometimes used in fireworks or explosives.
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Thermite is not illegal in (most) countries, as long as you keep yourself and everyone else safe from it.
Thermite reaction is used in industry for welding steel together in-place
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Thermite is a mixture of 1 part aluminum oxide for every 3 parts iron oxide
For the classical iron oxide and aluminum thermite, the products of the reaction are aluminum oxide (Al2O3) and iron (Fe). However, there are many kinds of thermite, but they always produce the pure metal from the oxide.
Thermite has its own oxygen source so it can burn without an outer source of oxygen, including underwater and in the vacuum of space. However, I do doubt that thermite can burn in space, since space is quite cold. It would just depend in how far away from the Sun you are when you light the thermite.
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