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Firework
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Fireworks Balanced Chemical Equation

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Hello, I was wondering if anyone knew a balanced chemical equation for fireworks (as many types as possible). I was researching this independently and found all the answers on the internet very confusing and I cannot ask my science teacher because of the quarantine. I understand that the reagents are an oxidizer, fuel source and colour (different types of salt, such as strontium for red), along with other substances for different types of properties produced. However, I found it hard to find the products.

TL;DR: I would like to ask for help regarding the balanced chemical equation for many types of fireworks and the products that are produced.

Thanks in advance :))

P.S. please correct me if I am wrong in regards to my understanding of the chemical reaction of fireworks. I am only learning 9th grade science :)
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Sorry we don't discuss to make explosives here.
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Post by Firework »

sorry, I did not know that. Thank you for your reply :)
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