4F10.40 - Dust Explosions
See also 4F10.40 in Chemistry and Physics of Everyday Experience
See the files for directions.
- Hm-1: Freier and Anderson, A Demonstration Handbook for Physics.
- Tik Liem, "The Angry Bucket", Investigation to Science Inquiry, pp. 160.
- Theodore Gray, "Vacuum Power", Popular Science, Sept. 2013, p. 68.
- Mike Walker, "A Not-So-Sweet Surprise", Popular Science, August 2010, p. 72.
- Jearl Walker, "5.11, Danger of Powder Floating in the Air", The Flying Circus of Physics Ed. 2, p. 224.
- "Dust Explosions" & "Exploding Flame", Leonard A. Ford, Chemical Magic, p. 73.
- Adam Pitluk, "Sugar Mill Explosion", Popular Mechanics, Aug. 2008, p. 84.
- Tik L. Liem, "The Straw Flame Thrower", Invitations to Science Inquiry - Supplement to 1st and 2nd Ed. p. 65.
- Borislaw Bilash II, “Making It Explode“, A Demo A Day – A Year of Physical Science Demonstrations, p. 154.
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