Borax is sold as a laundry detergent booster or household cleaner. Fireworks and the chemicals contained within them are dangerous and should always be handled with care and used with common sense.
This compound also works on a wood or charcoal fire, although you can expect a rainbow of colors from the interaction with other chemicals in the fuel. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Email Print. Throwing random things that aren't meant to be burned in the fire is what you're supposed to do!!
Definitely going to try it. I am a recent recipient of a BS in Computer Science.
This will ensure you don't get any yellows or oranges. Kaelessin dodo91 Reply 9 years ago on Introduction. The trouble is, there might be other chemicals in your fuel that can overpower the green, making it impossible to see. Share it with us!
Just to ensure it stays in solution. I believe copper burns green as well, but this can be used in many ways metal couldn't.
You have to eat more than a sprinkle, to kill yourself, but caution should be taken. Green is possibly the coolest color to turn flames.
You must use Methanol, or ethanol, because they burn with an invisible flame. Learn how your comment data is processed.
You exhale carbon dioxide, it's not poisonous. Reply 9 years ago on Introduction. Reply 7 years ago on Introduction.
Boric acid is used as rat poison. The copper sulphate isn't as vivid as the boric acid. Share this: