strontium nitrate

strontium nitrate
: a salt Sr(NO3)2 that crystallizes from hot strong solutions in anhydrous form and from cold solutions as the tetrahydrate and that is used chiefly in fireworks, flares, and tracer bullets

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strontium nitrate,
a white powder that burns with a crimson flame, used in flares and fireworks. Formula: Sr(NO3)2

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