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Burn rate study on Alliant (Green dot) smokeless shotgun powder and KClO4 Shalom AJ Cohen
Philadelphia community college 11/2010 Abstract: The purpose of this project is to measure if
differing amounts of potassium perchlorate, KCIO4, mixed with shotgun powder has an effect on
burn rate. The experiment was videotaped and the duration of burn time for each amount used was
recorded. KClO4, amounts ranging from .2g to 2g, were added to 4g of shotgun powder. A steel pipe
that is ½ inch wide and 6 inch, which is welded vertically to a steel plate base was used for
confinement. Ignition occurred from the top down. The hypothesis that was accepted is that the
concentration of KClO4 will accelerate the burn rate of smokeless flake powder. ... Show more
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The burn rate of the mixture was recorded with a video camera and the results recorded and timed.
The resulting footage was reviewed and the duration of the combustion noted on a tenth of a second
basis. 4 grams of Alliant Green Dot double–base smokeless flake powder with no KClO4 added was
also recorded twice in the same manner, to give a baseline burn time and averaged. Raw Data Gun
powder without additive burn time: Amount: Burn time: 4g 1.91s 4g 1.97s Amount of KClO4 added
to 4 g shotgun powder: Amount: Burn time: 2g 1.23s .4g 1.86s .6g 2.76s .8g 1.98s 1g 2.76s 1.2g
1.92s 2g 1.98s DATA Conclusion: The gathered data shows a negative skew pattern. The average
burn time for 4 g of Alliant, Green Dot double–base smokeless powder with no KClO4 was 1.94
seconds. The burn rate with KClO4 ranged from 1.23 to 2. 76 seconds. 4 out of 7 tests provided
results where the burning rate of the mixture were accelerated when KClO4 where added to the
shotgun powder. Two tests showed a slight decline in the burn rate. The final test using 1g showed a
decline in burn rate by 0.82 seconds. The declines might have been caused by residual shotgun
powder from a previous test. It would have been desirable to repeat the 1g test in order to
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Persuasive Essay On Noise Pollution
are being presented with a sense of urgency, we need to be concerned about the greenhouse gases
fireworks produce, which include Carbon dioxide (CO2) and ozone. In addition, Fireworks fallout
can contaminate water supplies and residue on the ground can be carried away by rain and end up in
our lakes, rivers, or oceans. Along with both these types of pollutions, Fireworks can be loud and the
vibrations can travel far which results in noise pollution. In the middle of the night fireworks often
disturb people trying to sleep. Fireworks can exceed 140 decibels and noise at 85 decibels or above
can damage hearing. Some people also argue the noise from fireworks scares pets and wildlife like
birds, etc.
For the color effect of fireworks, toxic heavy metals like barium, aluminum, lead, mercury salts,
antimony, copper, and strontium can be used in firework compositions. Outdated heavy metals that
have been used in the past include rubidium and cadmium. Some toxic elements are supposedly not
used in fireworks anymore like lead compounds, chlorates, and mercury as mercurous chloride
(calomel), but some firework chemical outlets still sell some of these ingredients.
Experimental Procedure
Many fireworks are imported from China which is scary because they have a proven track record of
cutting corners by using cheaper, more toxic materials. Some of the metals also have radioactive
isotopes. The American Fireworks Standards Laboratory (AFSL) has established a testing and
certification program for Chinese and U.S. fireworks to determine if they are being produced
according to AFSL Standards, which means it meets all U.S. federal requirements. Along with the
AFSL testing's, there have been many case study that prove that fireworks can be extremely harmful
to the environment. The following table shows the toxic elements of Fireworks and what it is used
for. As it is examined, it is clear to see that all the elements from the combustion reaction can be
very harmful to the environment and the living population in multiple different ways.
The Toxic Elements of Fireworks – Pick Your Poison
Toxic Element Fireworks Usage Toxic Effect of Fallout Dust & Fumes
Aluminum brilliant whites Contact dermatitis,
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Burn Rate Study On Alliant (Green Dot) Smokeless Shotgun...

  • 1. Burn Rate Study on Alliant (Green Dot) Smokeless Shotgun... Burn rate study on Alliant (Green dot) smokeless shotgun powder and KClO4 Shalom AJ Cohen Philadelphia community college 11/2010 Abstract: The purpose of this project is to measure if differing amounts of potassium perchlorate, KCIO4, mixed with shotgun powder has an effect on burn rate. The experiment was videotaped and the duration of burn time for each amount used was recorded. KClO4, amounts ranging from .2g to 2g, were added to 4g of shotgun powder. A steel pipe that is ½ inch wide and 6 inch, which is welded vertically to a steel plate base was used for confinement. Ignition occurred from the top down. The hypothesis that was accepted is that the concentration of KClO4 will accelerate the burn rate of smokeless flake powder. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The burn rate of the mixture was recorded with a video camera and the results recorded and timed. The resulting footage was reviewed and the duration of the combustion noted on a tenth of a second basis. 4 grams of Alliant Green Dot double–base smokeless flake powder with no KClO4 added was also recorded twice in the same manner, to give a baseline burn time and averaged. Raw Data Gun powder without additive burn time: Amount: Burn time: 4g 1.91s 4g 1.97s Amount of KClO4 added to 4 g shotgun powder: Amount: Burn time: 2g 1.23s .4g 1.86s .6g 2.76s .8g 1.98s 1g 2.76s 1.2g 1.92s 2g 1.98s DATA Conclusion: The gathered data shows a negative skew pattern. The average burn time for 4 g of Alliant, Green Dot double–base smokeless powder with no KClO4 was 1.94 seconds. The burn rate with KClO4 ranged from 1.23 to 2. 76 seconds. 4 out of 7 tests provided results where the burning rate of the mixture were accelerated when KClO4 where added to the shotgun powder. Two tests showed a slight decline in the burn rate. The final test using 1g showed a decline in burn rate by 0.82 seconds. The declines might have been caused by residual shotgun powder from a previous test. It would have been desirable to repeat the 1g test in order to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Persuasive Essay On Noise Pollution are being presented with a sense of urgency, we need to be concerned about the greenhouse gases fireworks produce, which include Carbon dioxide (CO2) and ozone. In addition, Fireworks fallout can contaminate water supplies and residue on the ground can be carried away by rain and end up in our lakes, rivers, or oceans. Along with both these types of pollutions, Fireworks can be loud and the vibrations can travel far which results in noise pollution. In the middle of the night fireworks often disturb people trying to sleep. Fireworks can exceed 140 decibels and noise at 85 decibels or above can damage hearing. Some people also argue the noise from fireworks scares pets and wildlife like birds, etc. For the color effect of fireworks, toxic heavy metals like barium, aluminum, lead, mercury salts, antimony, copper, and strontium can be used in firework compositions. Outdated heavy metals that have been used in the past include rubidium and cadmium. Some toxic elements are supposedly not used in fireworks anymore like lead compounds, chlorates, and mercury as mercurous chloride (calomel), but some firework chemical outlets still sell some of these ingredients. Experimental Procedure Many fireworks are imported from China which is scary because they have a proven track record of cutting corners by using cheaper, more toxic materials. Some of the metals also have radioactive isotopes. The American Fireworks Standards Laboratory (AFSL) has established a testing and certification program for Chinese and U.S. fireworks to determine if they are being produced according to AFSL Standards, which means it meets all U.S. federal requirements. Along with the AFSL testing's, there have been many case study that prove that fireworks can be extremely harmful to the environment. The following table shows the toxic elements of Fireworks and what it is used for. As it is examined, it is clear to see that all the elements from the combustion reaction can be very harmful to the environment and the living population in multiple different ways. The Toxic Elements of Fireworks – Pick Your Poison Toxic Element Fireworks Usage Toxic Effect of Fallout Dust & Fumes Aluminum brilliant whites Contact dermatitis, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Chemistry of Fireworks The Chemistry of Fireworks A firework is an incendiary device or material that can be used for signaling or entertainment. There are chemicals located in the nose of the rocket that explode, producing the colors seen. Fireworks were originally created for the purpose of entertainment and today they are still widely used in celebration to mark special occasions. The thrill and excitement generated by fireworks, brightening the night sky and immersing it with vivid displays of color and technicality, is what makes them a crowd pleaser. But behind all the excitement of fireworks, chemistry plays an important role in creating the vivid colors we witness lighting up the sky. The actual chemical reactions that take place in the explosions ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The way that metal ions react when exposed to heat is the principle behind color production. Each metal ion produces a specific color (see table). The color is produced when the electrons in the metal ions are "excited", causing them to jump to a different energy shell. It is when the electrons return to "ground state" that they emit their own light. Color | Name | Formula | Blue | Copper acetoarsenate | C4H6As6Cu4O14 CuCO3, CuS, CuC2O4 | Turquoise | Copper(1) chloride | CuCl | Yellow | Cryolite | Na3AlF6 NaHCO3, NaNO3, NaClO4 | Pink | | CaCO3, CaSO4, CaC2O4 | Red | Lithium carbonate | Li2CO3 | Brilliant red | strontium carbonate and strontium nitrate | Sr(NO3)2 SrCO3 | Green | Barium carbonate | BaCO3 Ba(NO3)2, Ba(ClO3)2 | Bright green | Barium chloride | BaCl2 | Purple | Sr and Cu compounds with calomel (deepens colour) | | White | Mg and Al compounds | | The social significance of fireworks in today's society is to provide a means of nighttime entertainment. In addition, the principles of fireworks and pyrotechnics have been applied for uses within industry, search and rescue and for warfare. From its humble beginnings as firecrackers, the development of this technology has evolved to see spectacular colors and a wide range of different types. As fireworks evolve, the chemistry that goes into making them must also ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Various Rocket Propellants and Their Characterstics ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Rocket A rocket is a missile, spacecraft, aircraft or other vehicle which obtains thrust from a rocket engine. In all rockets, the exhaust is formed entirely from propellants carried within the rocket before use. [1] Rocket engines work by action and reaction. Rocket engines push rockets forwards simply by throwing their exhaust backwards extremely fast. Rockets for military and recreational uses date back to at least 13th century China.[2] Significant scientific, interplanetary and industrial use did not occur until the 20th century, when rocketry was the enabling technology of the Space Age, including setting foot on the moon. Rockets are used for fireworks, weaponry, ejection seats, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Rocket propellant Rocket propellant is mass that is stored in some form of propellant tank, prior to being used as the propulsive mass that is ejected from a rocket engine in the form of a fluid jet to produce thrust. A fuel propellant is often burned with an oxidizer propellant to produce large volumes of very hot gas. These gases expand and push on a nozzle, which accelerates them until they rush out of the back of the rocket at extremely high speed, making thrust. Sometimes the propellant is not burned, but can be externally heated for more performance. For smaller attitude control thrusters, a compressed gas escapes the spacecraft through a propelling nozzle. Chemical rocket propellants are most commonly used, which undergo exothermic chemical reactions to produce hot gas used by a rocket for propulsive purposes. In ion propulsion, the propellant is made of electrically charged atoms (ions), which are electromagnetically pushed out of the back of the spacecraft. Magnetically accelerated ion drives are not usually considered to be rockets however, but a similar class of thrusters use electrical heating and magnetic nozzles. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Chemical propellants There are three main types of propellants: solid, liquid, and hybrid. Solid propellants History The earliest rockets were created hundreds of years ago by the Chinese, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Essay on The Station Nightclub Fire West Warwick, Rhode... The Station Nightclub Fire West Warwick, Rhode Island. The building of the Station Nightclub was constructed in approximately 1946. Many restorations and repairs were made to the building since the time of construction by different owners to fulfill their business needs. The building was a wood–frame construction with wooden shingles on the exterior walls that also included a flat roof, but the interior walls surrounding the stage were staffed with sound proof polyurethane insulating foam. Windows were located on the north side of the building and on the east side of the front entrance. All of the windows had security bars on them (this could be an issue!). The building had only four doors; a front main door, a bar side exit door, a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They had to request for mutual aid from the encompassing jurisdictions for any apparatus and ambulances available. The end result was a combination of 583 fire, EMS, and police personnel including 57 ambulances (BLS & ALS) and two buses for transportation and shelter. The Local, State and Federal agencies were called to investigate the Station Nightclub fire incident and they found many issues. The polyurethane foam that was on the interior walls was the major factor in the Station Nightclub fire. It was easily ignited and also contributed to a faster fire spread within the building. According to NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, the interior finish is required to be Class A or B for general assembly areas with occupant loads of more than 300. It has been calculated that the number of occupants at the Station Nightclub was around 440–458 people, obviously well over this limit. The ignition of polyurethane foam gave out a magnitude of smoke and heat in such a short period of time and created mass chaos, thus resulting in a crowd–wide panic towards the initial entry point. Also NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, section 13.2.3.6.1 states that the main entrance/exit shall be of a width that accommodates one–half of the total occupant load and shall be at the level of exit discharge or shall connect to a stairway or ramp leading to a street. If the owner of The Station Nightclub would have ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. How the Bureacrats Stole Patriotism The year is 1776. July 3, 1776. One day before a new country was born, the United States of America. The former colony of Great Britain has just finished it's Declaration of Independence, and signing of the document by revolution leaders is planned for the next day. John Adams, a future American president and one of the writers of the Declaration itself, sends a letter to his wife, Jane, on this day. In this letter, he proclaimed that the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration should be "solemnized with Pomp and Parade, with Shews, Games, Sports, Guns, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the other from this Time forward forever more." The next year, on the first anniversary of the signing, Congress itself ordained this tradition, enjoying "a grand exhibition of fireworks..." (Sneed). Fireworks have been a symbol of America's freedom ever since that Fourth of July in 1777. Something about the luminous streaks of light radiating from the sky mesmerizes Americans when they see it. There is no greater joy than to watch the red, white and blue stripes proclaiming to all, "America is free, and proud to be that way!" Now, however, that blood–tingling, heart–thrashing scenario is gone, stamped with a big red "X" by some bureaucrat. The eye–popping pyrotechnics are no more, all one has left to do on the Fourth of July is hold a stick burning at 2000°F. Sounds delightful, does it not? Why not talk some sense to the people of Illinois, especially ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Research Paper On Fireworks Malfunctioning Fireworks Malfunction in Illinois, Ohio and Texas Injuring Spectators Professional fireworks displays malfunction causing injuries to viewers in three states. Fireworks, flags, and parades are traditional patriotic symbols displayed in big cities and small towns across America, but for several states, incidents of fireworks malfunction put a damper on fourth of July festivities. The Kirkland Lions Club 4th of July Celebration in Kirkland, Illinois was temporarily halted when an unexpected explosion occurred. An employee of Mad Bomber Fireworks Products, the company commissioned to conduct the holiday fireworks display, was injured when the fireworks malfunctined, sending the man to the hospital. A shell in one of the loading cylinders prematurely exploded, blowing apart several cylinders and sending shrapnel flying. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... "He as a possible femur fracture and some minor burns." Another mid–western state experienced it's own issues with fireworks malfunctioning, injuring 11. Last wee, in anticipation of the upcoming Independence Day, Westlake, Illinois presented a fireworks show during Crocker Park's 11th Annual American Liberty Fest. Many onlookers gathered to watch the show, but just a few minutes in, something went terribly wrong. "It was a ball of flame coming from the sky," said Jill Chetter in an interview with Newsnet 5 Cleveland. "I saw it and I watched it as it went. It was quick, but my eyes were able to follow it, that ball of fire just went into a mass amount of people." Fireworks flared into the crowd, causing confusion and minor injuries to attendees of the event. "Once they started going off near us, people started running down the street," said Jason Hendrix. "We heard all this creaming, like something out of a movie, panic. It was scary," said Casey
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  • 30. Fireworks Chemistry Fireworks don't just look stunning they are also quite educational! The chemistry that goes into building fireworks is complex and interesting. It can even be a fun way to teach children about the basics of chemistry with some fun experiments. Here are some of our favourite chemistry experiments to make with children – whether you are a science teacher or a parent looking to entertain your kids! Create the Stunning Colours Firework colours are all about chemistry and you can create them with the help of some basic tools. The colours you create are made exactly the same way as inside fireworks! You'll need: A fire–safe surface Paper fuse – make it by soaking a coffee filter in a concentrated potassium nitrate solution and let it dry before use. 7 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Place the metal salts in to individual piles on top of the paper sheets and add a small strip of paper between each pile. This ensures they lit up one after each other. Light up and enjoy the show! Shoot up a Rocket There's something amazing about the way fireworks, such as rockets, shoot up in the air. You could show the science behind this with this safe little ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Fireworks Introduction Whether it be the 4th of July, a day at Disneyland, or Chinese New Year, fireworks can be used to appeal to people of all ages, genders, and races. These low explosive pyrotechnic devices are primarily used for aesthetic or entertainment purposes. Fireworks come in various forms, including sparklers, firecrackers, basic fireworks, and ariel or display fireworks. Those who watch firework displays find that those can be broken into smaller categories by four primary effects. These effects include noise, light, smoke, and floating material. Because of the varying types available, it is common for fireworks to be classified by how they perform, whether it be on the ground or more commonly, aerial. The overall dangers associated ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The scientific aspect of fireworks grew in Germany, where advancement became the key goal in pyrotechnics. It wasn't until the nineteenth century that fireworks also became popular in America. Firework development, such as the forest green color, is still continuing today (Gondhia). Discussion A basic firework, sparkler, firecracker, and aerial all have different components in which produce different reactions. Different components may also be added to an aerial firework to produce various colors and shapes. A basic firework is made up of six basic ingredients. These ingredients include fuel, an oxidising agent, a reducing agent, regulators, a coloring agent, and binders. Charcoal or black powder is the most common fuel in fireworks. Other elements like thermite can be used in place of black powder, although fuels usually contain an organic element. The fuel initially starts to work inside the firework when it begins to lose electrons to atoms within the oxidiser, thereby reducing and releasing atoms from the oxidiser. When this occurs, bonds are formed between the fuel and oxygen atoms, causing the product to be somewhat stable. However, only a minimal amount of energy is required to start the combustion of this fuel oxidiser compound. As a result, the solid mixture liquefies and vaporizes into the flame of the ignition causing a massive release of energy. This act marks the beginning of combustion (Gondhia). The oxidising agent produces ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Essay on How Pyrotechnics and Explosives Have Changed the... Since man's first experiences with fire we have longed to control it and we wished to will it to do our bidding. For very long we failed mostly, and we still do sometimes, but with the trials and experiments we have done and died doing, we succeed now, mostly. The first formula that is still written down of an explosive or pyrotechnic composition are the three examples of gunpowder in the 1044A.D. Chinese military guide Wujing Zongyao which showed a few uses of this powder they had experimented with for near a hundred years. The most used formula from it was approximately 50% KNO3, also known as Saltpeter in those times, and formally called Potassium nitrate today, ~25% S, Sulfur, and ~25% carbonaceous matter (mostly charcoal and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Pyrotechnics and explosives have changed the world, us ourselves, and our knowledge of chemistry and what we learned from it. Chinese gunpowder is the first written and still standing formula of a true explosive, or pyrotechnic composition. It was first discovered by someone trying to mix life elongating elixirs, somehow he or she must have lit it up, or dropped it in fire and noticed the flash and quick burn. It obviously spread decently throughout China because within 100 years or so the Wujing Zongyao (1044A.D.) was written and it, as stated previously used gunpowder as a military weapon. Also it was a commonplace to see fireworks of some kind at New Years, celebrations, and also used to warn away evil spirits by 1000A.D. The Tang Dynasty had plenty of gunpowder trade in China and on the Silk Road (Harmon 82) and their fireworks would bring in some currency for the economy. Because they were the first to make gunpowder, the grandfather of all modern pyrotechnics and bombs, except nuclear, biological, and chemical, they are extremely popular within the pyrotechnic and explosives communities. They are known for quality powders, amazingly colorful display mixtures, and going for crazy sized everything pyro–related. They used different chemicals to attain these different colors, not chemicals to add to the boom, or burn, only the color. Our understanding of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Graduation Speech: Fireworks Essay Even though you cannot see them yet, the fireworks will begin tonight. In bright stunning colors, they will paint over the black world around them and they will glow. In all shapes and sizes they will scatter over the stars and the moon. They will erupt in loud, almost deafening blasts to hushed crackles of soundless glory. Each diploma received is a lighted match of fire. Each graduate is a fuse. If you put a lighted match and a fuse together, you make sparks to create light. If you put a diploma and a graduate together, you have fireworks. As I look down into the mass crowd of parents, guardians, relatives, friends, teachers, and other members of Southern Columbia's school community, I can only focus on my fellow graduating ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Both of these diversely sized accomplishments are what make the world complete. If the world were filled with large accomplishments, what would build the climax to get ready for such awe–inspiring displays? If the world were filled with small accomplishments, what would make the grand finale so grand? Just like a fireworks display, every graduate has the potential to create a large canvas of achievements or a small canvas of achievements. Every success has just as much importance as the next. If you have ever closed your eyes for one second during a fireworks display, you can hear and feel the energy they possess. Fireworks can give off loud bursts as well as crackles and fizzles that are more appreciated by the ear. The human heart can also feel the explosion of the firework, for it tenses and almost seemingly stops beating for a millisecond. The big booms make people jump and feel the full affect of the explosion. The quieter rumbles still give off noise so they are not completely overshadowed. Just like the size of the explosion, the noise it gives off leaves impressions as well. Every graduate will hopefully accomplish something in their life, no matter how big or how small, that will either be significantly noticed and felt in a large boom, or be casually noticed but still heard in a crackle. They might not both receive the same recognition, but both will entitle each other to create a magnificent display ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Identification of Metallic Ions Essay Identification of Metallic Ions Peter Jeschofnig, Ph.D. Version 42–0160–00–01 Lab RepoRt assistant This document is not meant to be a substitute for a formal laboratory report. The Lab Report Assistant is simply a summary of the experiment's questions, diagrams if needed, and data tables that should be addressed in a formal lab report. The intent is to facilitate students' writing of lab reports by providing this information in an editable file which can be sent to an instructor. obseRvations The color of the flame is expected to be as follows: Metallic ion Flame color Sodium Na+ Yellow/Bright Orange Strontium Sr2+ Red Potassium K+ Light Purple Barium Ba2+ Green Copper Cu2+ Green Lithium ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is also how we can use this test as an identifier for certain compounds. Conclusion: In the experiment, I set up the 24–plate well, and added each solution one by one while keeping track of which liquid was in which well. I lit my burner with matches and started assembling my make–shift cotton toothpicks. My Q–tips were plastic, so I (with gloved hands) ripped the cotton off the swab and wrapped it around a toothpick. I then proceeded to dip the cotton in and wait a second or two before waving it through the flame. I noticed the color change with the sodium immediately, but with the others it took a bit longer. I repeated the process with each liquid three times just to be sure. Especially with the Potassium, as it was very difficult for me to discern the color change. I tried to eliminate any major errors by taking my time and redoing the experiment a few times, but I did spill a bit of the liquid as a cut the pipets
  • 47. open. Also, my swabs may have been previously contaminated by the salt on our skin due to frequent use. MSDS INFO Barium Nitrate: Toxic/oxidizer: harmful if swallowed; avoid contact with eyes and skin; WARNING! VERY HAZARDOUS IF SWALLOWED. MAY CAUSE MODERATE TO SEVERE IRRITATION TO EYES AND/OR BURNS RESULTING IN CORNEAL INJURY. HARMFUL IF INHALED. CAN CAUSE IRRITATION AND OR BURNS TO SKIN, EYES AND RESPIRATORY TRACT. Calcium Nitrate:Harmful/Oxidizer: harmful of swallowed; avoid contact with eyes and skin Cupric ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Informative Speech On Firecrackers What comes on your mind when you heard a word Firecracker? Firecracker is a small explosive device primarily designed to produce a large amount of noise, especially in the form of a loud bang; any visual effect. Fireworks has a different lights or colorful design and they have a firecracker a small paper cylinder that is filled with an explosive and that produces a loud noise when it explodes. Firecracker was made because for the celebration for the Christmas and New Year's Eve and other occasion. And a tradition for the people to let go or away the ghost and the unlucky of our life and you have experiencing the beautiful view of firecrackers. This is dangerous things you have to be safety first before lighten the firecracker. What good about the firecrackers? We create a huge sound or loud noise in the house the ghost will go out for our house and go to the place quiet area and to let go or away the ghost and the unlucky of our life. And was I experience of firecracker there are different design and explosion but this is dangerous things. It is important to know that we are celebrating the and New year. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... And also I was cry because people said it was dangerous if you swallow the gun powder of the fireworks or fire cracker. I was eat a lot of foods and drink water so that the gun powder was los and I think that time I was okay then I feel comfortable so that I didn't played again with the fireworks because I was afraid. That is my very sad Christmas day in my life. And we also create a huge sound or loud noise in the house the ghost will go out for our house and go to the place quiet area and to let go or away the ghost and the unlucky of our life. And was I experience of firecracker there are different design and explosion but this is dangerous things. It is important to know that we are celebrating the and New ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 55. Chris Hupe Character Analysis Webster's Dictionary defines a volunteer as a person who voluntarily undertakes or expresses a willingness to undertake a service. In trying to decide on a person to nominate for this award I looked for a nominee with exceptional qualities. Chris Hupe is the best candidate for the Historical Hall of Fame because he strives for success, he is devoted to something bigger than himself, and he is full of dreams and aspirations. Chris Hupe should be in the Historical Hall of Fame because he strives for success in every way. As an example from Steve Land, Chris is a person who strives for perfection. He expects the best from himself; therefore he expects the team that he assembles to also give 100%. This is present in the volunteer hours that he puts forth in the Chamber of Commerce, Wamego Visitors Bureau and the Fireworks Chris uses his leadership skills to reach success in everything he does, he gives 100% on everything no ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Another example how Chris strives for success is from Tim Wolf, He is always eager to lend a hand and always willing to listen to ideas. Chris doesn't settle for second best, and has a way of making you feel as if you could conquer anything. He builds faith and trust in individuals even when they can't themselves. Chris doesn't pursue for the glory and fame, instead he knows the strength of a team and that to achieve greatness you need to build others up to help them achieve their potential. Another example of Chris striving for success from Cherlyn Conklin Chris Hupe is an asset to this community because he has a global vision of what Wamego can grow to be. He understands the impact of tourism has on our community and he helps shape and guide our ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...