Has anyone tried the Frankum Performance launch pads?Have fun! If you get sick of doing it, consider these: https://www.frankumperformance.com/starters-and-initiators
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A mixture can have different compositions. "Pure maple syrup" is actually a (chemical) misnomer, because it's a mixture of sugar (several different ones) water, and a bunch of flavorings. Some brands have more sugars than others do. In fact maple syrup is made by changing the composition of sap---removing water by boiling the sap and increasing the proportion of sugars and flavorings.How to explain the difference between mixtures and compounds?
To add a bit of flavor to this discussion...A compound always has the same composition. Pure table salt (sodium chloride) is a compound that always contains 22.99 g of sodium and 35.45 g chlorine for every 58.44 g salt, no matter where it comes from (the numbers are from the periodic table). Sea salt, kosher salt, etc. are technically mixtures, though they always have very high concentrations of pure sodium chloride.
Yes! His launch pads are great. Very easy to set up, not too heavy or complex, and priced well. I bought one for my local club to use, as they didn’t have a big pad for my really big rockets that I love to fly. Just beware that the stock blast deflector is aluminum, and he recommends you use a stand-off to keep the rocket a couple feet from the blast deflector. Not knowing that, I didn’t do so and punched a hole through it with the first flight. I asked him if he could make a steel one to replace it, and he did for us.Has anyone tried the Frankum Performance launch pads?
Thanks. Seems interesting.How to explain the difference between mixtures and compounds? I found only this review differencebtwn.com/difference-between-mixtures-vs-compounds