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Barutu kimin icat ettiğini biliyor musun? - Do you know who invented gunpowder?

Amerikalıların çok az barutu vardı. - The Americans had very little gunpowder.

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gun powders
plural form of gun powder
gunpowder
An explosive mixture of saltpetre (potassium nitrate), charcoal and sulphur; formerly used in gunnery but now mostly used in fireworks
gunpowder
{n} powder made for guns
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A Green Tea rolled into tight pellets
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A black, granular, explosive substance, consisting of an intimate mechanical mixture of niter, charcoal, and sulphur
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{i} explosive powder used in guns and for blasting
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Fireworkers prefer the term Blackpowder although chemically and physically the two are the same
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Chemical substances of various compositions, particle sizes, shapes and colors that, on ignition, serve as a propellant Ignited smokeless powder emits minimal quantities of smoke from a gun's muzzle; the older blackpowder emits relatively large quantities of whitish smoke
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a mixture of potassium nitrate, charcoal, and sulfur in a 75: 15: 10 ratio which is used in gunnery, time fuses, and fireworks
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Gunpowder is an explosive substance which is used to make fireworks or cause explosions. an explosive substance used in bombs and fireworks. Any of several mixtures used as propelling charges in guns and as blasting agents in mining. The first such explosive was black powder, a mixture of saltpeter (potassium nitrate), sulfur, and charcoal. It originated in the 9th century in China and made its way west in the 13th century. The recipe was refined and finally fixed in the 14th century; black powder is still widely used for ignition charges, primers, fuses, blank charges in military ammunition, and fireworks. In 1838 it was discovered that cotton could be made explosive by dipping it in concentrated nitric acid, and the form of nitrocellulose known as guncotton came into use as an ingredient of gunpowder in the 1860s. In the 1880s Paul Vieille (1854-1934) used nitrocellulose to create the first smokeless gunpowder; modern gunpowder consists of either nitrocellulose alone or a combination of nitrocellulose and nitroglycerin
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a green tea which is rolled into pellets which unfurl in hot water
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- see Black Powder
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Normally a China tea, but today could be any young tea, which is rolled into a small pellet-size ball then dried The finished tea has a greyish appearance not unlike gunpowder in colour which is how the tea gets its name
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It is used in gunnery and blasting
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A type of young green tea, each leaf of which is rolled into a ball
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