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Answer Check out this article on Water-Rockets.com that describes a simple soda-bottle rocket with parachute recovery system: http://www.water-rockets.com/artic…le.pl?101 The article include photos and a video showing the rocket in action. Good luck!
Some uses of organic compounds in medicine are aspirin and ibuprofen. Aspirin is called acetylsalicylic acid and is an organic compound with the molecular formula C9H8O4. …Similarly, ibuprofen is isobutylphenylpropanoic acid. These are analgesics used to treat various issues like headaches or pain relief. Organic compounds are also found in many drugs like fluticasone, a topical anti-inflammatory.
lipid and protein
have a similarity in term of firing process which is in high temperature :)
Epoxy. Or silicone, if you want a little less permanence, or if it must be waterproof.
Prior to 1989, trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11) and dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12) were the most used chemical compound in aerosol-spray propellants. Their use has been disco…ntinued under the Montreal Protocol. answer is: FLUOROCARBON..
When firing Glass and Ceramics if their are bubbles their could be some troubles.
No. Well... Since "Rocket Propelled Grenade" is merely the English translation of the old Soviet designation for their should-launched, unguided anti-armor rocket. The Latin …alphabet transliteration for this series of weapons is "ruchnoy protivotankovy granatomyot". They are not literally a grenade - the correct translation should actually be "anti-armor rocket", which accurately describes what the weapon is. While the US does not use any of the Russian-designed RPG-series, it does use a whole variety of equivalent weapons; excellent examples are the AT-4 and the SMAW.
Anything that reacts at a very fast rate and creates a lot of resultant material that expands very quickly and as much as possible. Oxy-acetylene and gunpowder can be used i…n small rockets. The bigguns are a bit more complicated and use a mix of compressed and cooled Hydrogen and Oxygen:Ozone mix(3:1)
Almost all car batteries are "lead acid" type batteries. These type of batteries use thin lead plates and are immersed in Sulfuric acid which acts as an electrolyte.
All rockets that go anywhere use some sort of propellant. In this case, propellant is a fancier word for "fuel", the stuff that's burned or released to make the rocket fly….
Chlorofluorocarbons used to be the propellant of many aerosol sprays. They are no longer used because of the negative impact the chemicals had on the ozone layer.