Difference between revisions of "chemistry"

From Noah.org
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Created page with 'Category:Engineering Barium peroxide: oxidizer. A precursor for hydrogen peroxide. Mixed with magnesium powder and lit with a magnesium ribbon it will ignite thermite (mix 1…')
 
m
Line 2: Line 2:
  
 
Barium peroxide: oxidizer. A precursor for hydrogen peroxide. Mixed with magnesium powder and lit with a magnesium ribbon it will ignite thermite (mix 1.7 g barium peroxide with 0.2 g magnesium powder).
 
Barium peroxide: oxidizer. A precursor for hydrogen peroxide. Mixed with magnesium powder and lit with a magnesium ribbon it will ignite thermite (mix 1.7 g barium peroxide with 0.2 g magnesium powder).
 +
 +
Thermite: 76.3% iron II oxide (black), 27.3% aluminum powder. Note that Iron III oxide also works, though
 +
 +
 +
To make the military version Thermate create a mixture of 68.7% thermite, 29.0% barium nitrate, sulfur 2.0%, and dextrin 0.3%.

Revision as of 10:41, 25 November 2014


Barium peroxide: oxidizer. A precursor for hydrogen peroxide. Mixed with magnesium powder and lit with a magnesium ribbon it will ignite thermite (mix 1.7 g barium peroxide with 0.2 g magnesium powder).

Thermite: 76.3% iron II oxide (black), 27.3% aluminum powder. Note that Iron III oxide also works, though


To make the military version Thermate create a mixture of 68.7% thermite, 29.0% barium nitrate, sulfur 2.0%, and dextrin 0.3%.