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Transcript: FIREWORKS!!! A firework is made out of several component elements. It contains a lift charge, which lifts the firework into the air, a fuse, which lights the firework, the launch tube, which sends the firework into the night sky, then the black powder in the break launches the stars in all directions from the break causing the image you see when the firework goes off. The bang you hear is actually called a report. It is caused by flash powder stored in the break on a time-delay fuse which gets activated when the stars get blown from the break. UNSAFE DO NOT DO THIS EVER EVEN UNDER SUPERVISION NEVER. Fireworks contain black powder, which explodes when fire touches it. When the black powder explodes it usually propels the firework skyward. Safety Tips By Jay and Courtney! History of fireworks -Only use fireworks outside never inside. -Obey all the laws in where you live. -Have water nearby when using fireworks. -stay at least twelve feet away when launching. -DO NOT USE ILLEGAL FIREWORKS OR EXPLOSIVES EVER EVER. Chemical chart of colors. Palm- contains large comets that travel out, explode, and curve down. Round shell- ball shape of colored stars. Maroon shell- makes a loud bang The patterns depend on where the stars are placed inside the shell,and depends on the shepe of the stars. Anatomy of a firework!!! sources -Around 200 BC the Chinese people threw bamboo onto the fie, resulting in a loud bang. -Between 600 and 900 AD the first gunpowder was discovered. It was made of sulfur, saltpeter, honey, and arsenic sulfide. -Around the 1200s fireworks began to be used in warfare. -In 14 or 1500, the Italians developed the first aerial shells -In the 1830s colors were added successfully to fireworks in Italy. Patterns How do they work Nova.kaboom


Transcript: Fireworks Pyrotechnics are simply the art of making fireworks. Pyrotechnicians are the people who make the fireworks. Stars are pyrotechnics. They include several ingredients to give them their shine. these ingredients include fuel, oxidizer, color, binder, chlorine donor. Their colors come from the different temperatures of hot, glowing metals and from the light emitted by burning chemical compounds. Chemical reactions propel them and burst them into special shapes. Here's an element-by-element look at what is involved in your average firework: • Aluminum - Aluminum is used to produce silver and white flames and sparks. It is a common component of sparklers • Antimony - Antimony is used to create firework glitter effects. • Barium - Barium is used to create green colors in fireworks, and it can also help stabilize other volatile elements. •Calcium - Calcium is used to deepen firework colors. Calcium salts produce orange fireworks. • Carbon - Carbon is one of the main components of black powder, which is used as a propellant in fireworks. Carbon provides the fuel for a firework. Common forms include carbon black, sugar, or starch. • Iron - Iron is used to produce sparks. The heat of the metal determines the color of the sparks. • Lithium - Lithium is a metal that is used to impart a red color to fireworks. Lithium carbonate, in particular, is a common colorant • Magnesium - Magnesium burns a very bright white, so it is used to add white sparks or improve the overall brilliance of a firework. • Oxygen - Fireworks include oxidizers, which are substances that produce oxygen in order for burning to occur. The oxidizers are usually nitrates, chlorates, or per chlorates. Sometimes the same substance is used to provide oxygen and color. •Phosphorus - Phosphorus burns spontaneously in air and is also responsible for some glow-in-the-dark effects. It may be a component of a firework's fuel. • Potassium - Potassium helps to oxidize firework mixtures. Potassium nitrate, potassium chlorate, and potassium per chlorate are all important oxidizers • Sodium - Sodium imparts gold or yellow colour to fireworks, however, the colour may be so bright that it masks less intense colours • Sulfur - Sulfur is a component of black powder. It is found in a firework's propellant/fuel. • Strontium - Strontium salts impart a red color to fireworks. Strontium compounds are also important for stabilizing fireworks mixtures. • Titanium - Titanium metal can be burned as powder or flakes to produce silver sparks. • Zinc - Zinc is used to create smoke effects for fireworks and other pyrotechnic devices. (Helmenstine,2012) Firework Colorants Color Compound Red strontium salts, lithium salts lithium carbonate, Li2CO3 = red strontium carbonate, SrCO3 = bright red Orange calcium salts calcium chloride, CaCl2 calcium sulfate, CaSO4•xH2O, where x = 0,2,3,5 Gold incandescence of iron (with carbon), charcoal, or lampblack Yellow sodium compounds sodium nitrate, NaNO3 cryolite, Na3AlF6 Electric White white-hot metal, such as magnesium or aluminum barium oxide, BaO Green barium compounds + chlorine producer barium chloride, BaCl+ = bright green Blue copper compounds + chlorine producer copper acetoarsenite (Paris Green), Cu3As2O3Cu(C2H3O2)2 = blue copper (I) chloride, CuCl = turquoise blue Purple mixture of strontium (red) and copper (blue) compounds Silver burning aluminum, titanium, or magnesium powder or flakes Some safety tips • Never allow children to play with or ignite fireworks. Read and follow all warnings and instructions.( Witmer,2010) • Be sure other people are out of range before lighting fireworks. • Only light fireworks on a smooth, flat surface away from the house, dry leaves, and flammable materials. • Never try to relight fireworks that have not fully functioned. • Keep a bucket of water in case of a malfunction or fire.( Witmer,2010) Colors are produced by putting different chemicals into the firework. Blue is created with coppers. Red is created with strontium. Yellow is created with Sulfur. Green is created with barium. You can also create colors by mixing two of these colors. For example you could create purple by mixing strontium and copper. Design Time Delay Fuse Main Fuse Launch tubes in firworks are made of steel and have the same diameter of the firework itself but are three times as long! Stars are what make the show happen. When they are in the firework they just look like a little round sphere. When they are ignited they Create the light and color of the firework. The time delay fuse makes it so you can have more than one explosion in one firework. The timing has to be exact or it won't work. Break A break is like a compartment. It is where the stars are held and where the magic happens. They are made of cardboard and are used to spread out the display. Show Black powder Colors When the black powder confined in the bottom of the firework heats, it pushes at the launch tube until it explodes. Black powder is used in

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Transcript: FIREWORKS! Color Compound Wavelength (nm) red strontium salts, lithium salts lithium carbonate, Li2CO3 = red strontium carbonate, SrCO3 = bright red 652 orange calcium salts calcium chloride, CaCl2 668 yellow sodium salts sodium chloride, NaCl 610-621 green barium compounds + chlorine producer barium chloride, BaCl2 589 blue copper compounds + chlorine producer copper(I) chloride, CuCl 505-535 purple mixture of strontium (red) and copper (blue) compounds 420-460 silver burning aluminum, titanium, or magnesium Fireworks generate three very noticeable forms of energy: a tremendous release of sound, bright light, and heat. The tremendous booms heard at ground level are the result of the rapid release of energy into the air, causing the air to expand faster than the speed of sound. This produces a shock wave, a sonic boom. The colors are produced by heating metal salts, such as calcium chloride or sodium nitrate, that emit characteristic colors. The atoms of each element absorb energy and release it as light of specific colors. The energy absorbed by an atom rearranges its electrons from their lowest-energy state, called the ground state, up to a higher-energy state, called an excited state. The excess energy of the excited state is emitted as light, as the electrons descend to lower-energy states, and ultimately, the ground state. The amount of energy emitted is characteristic of the element, and the amount of energy determines the color of the light emitted. For example, when sodium nitrate is heated, the electrons of the sodium atoms absorb heat energy and become excited. This high-energy excited state does not last for long, and the excited electrons of the sodium atom quickly release their energy, about 200 kJ/mol, which is the energy of yellow light. I hope that you have a clear understanding of fireworks now...Thanks for watching my prezi and i hope you enjoyed it! :) BOOM!!!!!!

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Transcript: only knew what the future holds After a hurricane comes a rainbow Maybe a reason why all the doors are closed So you can open one that leads you to the perfect road Like a lightning bolt, your heart will glow And when it's time, you'll know You just gotta ignite the light And let it shine Just own the night Like the Fourth of July 'Cause baby you're a firework Come on show 'em what your worth Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" As you shoot across the sky-y-y Baby you're a firework Come on let your colors burst Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" You're gonna leave 'em fallin' down down down Boom, boom, boom Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon It's always been inside of you, you, you And now it's time to let it through 'Cause baby you're a firework Come on show 'em what your worth Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" As you shoot across the sky-y-y Baby you're a firework Come on let your colors burst Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" You're gonna leave 'em fallin' down down down Boom, boom, boom Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon Boom, boom, boom Even brighter than the moon, moon, moon Do you ever feel like a plastic bag Drifting thought the wind Wanting to start again Do you ever feel, feel so paper thin Like a house of cards One blow from caving in Do you ever feel already buried deep Six feet under scream But no one seems to hear a thing Do you know that there's still a chance for you 'Cause there's a spark in you You just gotta ignite the light And let it shine Just own the night Like the Fourth of July 'Cause baby you're a firework Come on show 'em what your worth Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" As you shoot across the sky-y-y Baby you're a firework Come on let your colors burst Make 'em go "Oh, oh, oh!" You're gonna leave 'em fallin' down down down You don't have to feel like a waste of space You're original, cannot be replaced If you… fireworks- literary devices -sara,jasmine,macey, dante, azfur metaphor This shows how anyone can be bright and beautiful inside. "cause baby your're a firework" onomonopia This "sound word" was used to illustrate the sound a firework makes. "boom, boom, boom" similie This gives the listener a mental image, and is meant to show how beautiful fireworks are. "just own the night like the 4th of july" allusion The fourth of July is used to remind the listener of the beauty of fireworks. "like the 4th of july" metaphor Potrays inner talents as colors. "come on let your colors burst." repetition Repeating to emphazise that your great and bright just like a firework. "fireworks" alliteration Mixes imagery of burial and fustration. "six feet under scream but no one seems to hear a thing" hyperbole There isnt really a spark in you, but it symbolizes the hope within. "cause theres a spark in you" similie "like a lightening bolt, your heart will glow" Used to compare a lightening bolt with your heart. hyperbole "you just gotta ignite the night" you cant literally ignite the night, but it shows someone taking a chance. artist back ground Her real name is Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson. Born on October 25, 1984. Net worth is $125 million. She is a singer, song writer, and TV judge. Reception- received good review by music critics and claimed the top spot on Billboard Hot 100. The single hit top 5 on twenty charts worldwide. song back ground Katy Perry co-wrote the song with Ester Dean and its producers stargate and Sandy Vee. It is a dance-pop self empowerment anthem with inspirational lyrics. She felt it was an impor†ant song for her on the record. The most common literary device is similie.

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