With American Independence Day around the corner, and the customary fireworks, here’s a look at the chemistry of gunpowder and its role in pyrotechnic displays: Adapted from the quick and dirty graphic I created for the ask.
When the zombiepocalypse comes you're not going to want to run out to the store for more ammo. But you can always reload great grandpa's musket with some homemade gunpowder. All kidding aside, the inv.
How to Make Thermite. Thermite is a material used in welding to melt metals together. It burns at around and can melt through most metals. This wikiHow will show you how to make it. Select your site carefully.