Friday, April 9, 2010

Potassium Sulfide

When I saved this doodle after scanning it I called it Potassium Sulfide. I don't know why that popped into my head. But to give you something to latch on to on a rather weird abstract post here's a neat little factoid about potassium sulfide I pulled from Wikipedia.

-- Use in fireworks --
Potassium sulfides are formed when black powder is burned and are important intermediates in many pyrotechnic effects, such as senko hanabi and some glitter formulations.

"Senko Hanabi and the Glitter Formulations" would be a great band name. Especially if your singer was Japanese.

And that's all. Have a great day, friends!

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