Match making tips


The key, discovered after years of painstaking (and painful) research, is to use red phosphorus as the igniter, and a mixture of potassium chlorate, sulfur and binder as the fuel. Red phosphorus is fairly stable, but microscopic amounts convert into dangerously unstable white phosphorus through friction heat. If the white phosphorus, which exists for only a fraction of a second, is driven into the fuel mixture, it reacts vigorously, setting off the match.

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Match making tips

Match making tips



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