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of binary mixtures of the polymer with each of the three low molecular weight materials, using DSC and optical microscopy measurements. Theoretical phase diagrams were calculated to qualitatively resemble the experimental ones by adjusting one free p
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As in case of other semiconducting materials, optical and electronic properties of metal-organic frameworks, MOFs, depend critically on defect densities and defect types. We demonstrate here that, in addition to the influence of imperfections on MOF
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WHAT’S INSIDE A FIREWORK? The source of most fireworks is a small tube called an aerial shell that contains explosive chemicals. An aerial shell is made of gunpowder, which is a well-known explosive, and small globs of explosive materials called stars.
The stars give fireworks their color when they explode. The beautiful colors come from the explosion of stars, which form spheres, cubes or cylinders that are usually 3-4 centimeters (1-1.5 inch) in diameter.
strontium salts, lithium salts, lithium carbonate, Li2CO3 = red strontium carbonate, SrCO3 = bright red
calcium salts calcium chloride, CaCl2
sodium salts sodium chloride, NaCl
Barium chloride, BaCl2 (formed from the barium compounds and chlorine)
Copper(I) chloride, CuCl (formed from the copper compounds and chlorine)
mixture of strontium (red) and copper (blue) compounds
Reference: De Antonis, K. Fireworks! ChemMatters, October 2010, pp. 8–10.