Pyrotechnics

Any chemical effects used onstage or in the wings to create explosions or special effects.

Pyrotechnics

Pyrotechnics is the science of using materials capable of undergoing self-contained and self-sustained exothermic chemical reactions for the production of heat, light, gas, smoke and/or sound. Pyrotechnics include not only the manufacture of fireworks but items such as safety matches, oxygen candles, explosive bolts and fasteners, components of th...
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Pyrotechnics

• (n.) The art of making fireworks; the manufacture and use of fireworks; pyrotechny.
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pyrotechnics

(from the article `magnesium processing`) Magnesium has been used in military pyrotechnics for many years and has found numerous uses in incendiary devices and flares. In the form of finely ...
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pyrotechnics

pyrotechny noun the craft of making fireworks
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Pyrotechnics

Pyr`o·tech'nics noun The art of making fireworks; the manufacture and use of fireworks; pyrotechny.
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pyrotechnics

pyrotechnics (pī"rōtek'niks, pī"ru–) , technology of making and using fireworks. Gunpowder was used in fireworks by the Chinese as early as the 9th cent., and it was they who brought fireworks to a high stage of development. The use of fireworks for display has sp...
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pyrotechnics

pyrotechnics 1. A display of fireworks. 2. A device or material which can be ignited to produce light, smoke, or noise, e.g. for purposes of display or illumination.
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Pyrotechnics

The use of electrically initiated explosive devices to operate valves, ignite solid rocket motors, and explode bolts to separate from or jettison hardware, or to deploy appendages.
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Pyrotechnics

Usually abbreviated to "pyro". The use of explosions, flashes, smoke, etc. on-stage.
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pyrotechnics

[n] - brilliance of display (as in the performance of music) 2. [n] - the craft of making fireworks
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