- Pyrotechnic expertise helps keep military safe
- Dilger defined pyrotechnics as “any composition capable of producing heat, light, sound or smoke via an exothermic reaction.” That pyrotechnic composition is composed of a mixture of reactants such as fuels, oxidizers and other additives.
- Carbon dioxide utilization via carbonate-promoted C–H carboxylation
- (Caution: this reaction is exothermic and effervescent.) Once the reaction was complete, the water was removed in vacuum on a rotary evaporator (rotovap) at 75 °C and at 100 mTorr and 230 °C.
- Fire Marshal: “Exothermic reaction” caused Ultratec explosions
- OWENS CROSS ROADS, Ala. (WHNT) – Alabama State Fire Marshals are wrapping up their investigation into explosions at the Ultratec fireworks plant. State Fire Marshal Ed Paulk says the explosions were the result of an “exothermic reaction which ...
- Hot Garbage
- The Bridgeton Landfill fire is exothermic — technically not a fire, but a sustained chemical reaction arising from the steady decomposition of waste.
- Are Humans Significant? A Scientist Answers
- When we use oil or coal to generate electricity we are causing an exothermic reaction (a reaction which produces heat and something else.) In short, we add oxygen to hydrocarbons with some heat and this causes them to burn and release a lot of energy.
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