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The story of the gunpowder and how it works [Chemistry]
posted February 10 2013 12:47.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It is commonly known that the Chinese first invented the gunpowder. Chinese alchemists were trying to form the elixir of life and they ended up severely burned, them and their houses, after inventing the gunpowder, a chemical compound that was to change the route of history of warfare for good.



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