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Colored Smoke bombs

Unread postAuthor: HAYLO_Stealer » Wed Jun 14, 2006 10:16 pm

COLORED SMOKE BOMBS

Allthough it has been claimed that adding food coloring to the above would change its color here are the ingredients for "real" colored smoke bombs...

BLACK SMOKE RECEPIES

Ingredient Percentage

Magnesium powder 19
Hexachloroethane 60
Napthalene 21

Magnesium powder 20
Hexachloroethane 60
Napthalene 20

Hexachloroethane 55.8
Alpha Naphol 14
Athracene 4.6
Aluminum powder 9.3
Smokeless powder 14
Naphthalene 2.3

Black powder FFF 50
Potassium nitrate 10
Coal tar 20
Powdered charcoal 15
Paraffin 5

WHITE SMOKE RECIPIES

Potassium chlorate 44
Sulfur flour 15
Zinc dust 40
Sodium bicarbonate 1

Zinc dust 66.37
Hexachloroethane 33.33

Zinc dust 28
Zinc oxide 22
Hexachloroethane 50

YELLOW SMOKE RECIPIES

Potassium chlorate 25
Paranitraniline 50
Lactrose 25

Potassium chlorate 30
Naphthalene azodimethyl anline50
Powdered sugar 20

Potassium chlorate 21.4
Naphthalene azodimethyl anline2.7
Auramine 38
Sodium biocarbonate 28.5
Sulfur flour 9.4

GREEN SMOKE RECIPIE

Potassium nitrate 20
Red arsenic 20
Sulfur flour 20
Antimony sulfide 20
Black powder FFF 20

RED SMOKE RECIPIE

Potassium chlorate 20
Lactose 20
Paranitraniline red 60

Potassium chlorate 26
Diethylaminorosindone 48
Powdered sugar 26

Potassium chlorate 27.4
Methylaminoanthraquinone 42.5
Sodium bicarbonate 19.5
Sulfur flour 10.6

Potassium pechlorate 25
Antimony sulfide 20
Rhodamine red 50
Dextrin 5

WHERE TO GET CHEMICALS

While some of these chemicals are common and can be found in a kitchen many are fairly rare (when was the last time you heard of "methylaminoanthraquinone"?). The place to get them is obviously a Chemical Suppy place. They can be found in your phone book fairly easily. When ordering, the best way is in the mail C.O.D. However, some chemicals can't be mailed though U.S. mail and therefore will be mailed through U.P.S or wehatever which will cost more and may not permit C.O.D. Good Luck!
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Unread postAuthor: stalker » Mon Oct 23, 2006 9:52 pm

sweet ill definatly try some of these any harmful to breath in i m gona try to use them for a paintball game or games and i wouldnt want them hurting any one.



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