The chemical equation for a hot-air balloon crash
I love the weather.
I like how it feels to be on my feet.
I love being able to make my own decisions and feel confident in my choices.
I’m sure that all of these things are the result of my chemistry.
I am a chemical engineer.
But what if I were to learn about chemistry at the age of six and have to work with chemicals at the same time?
How would that be for me?
In this episode of Chemists on Chemistry, we learn about the chemistry behind the universe.
And we get to explore chemistry in the context of the hot- air balloon crash.
A hot–air- balloon crash, or an accident, occurs when an airplane crashes into a balloon in the air.
This happens because a balloon is designed to have a very low speed at a high altitude.
The high-altitude balloon creates a vacuum at the top, where the air inside the balloon can escape and the high-speed air can pass through.
The resulting air is dense and hot.
When the balloon hits the ground, the air at the bottom of the balloon is hot and dense.
As the balloon burns up, the heat and density of the air around it also explodes.
The hot air from the crash is then blown out of the atmosphere and into the atmosphere.
This is where the word “hot” comes from.
When we say “air,” we mean air that is constantly changing temperature and pressure.
When air is hot, it feels cool.
When it’s cold, it’s uncomfortable.
This makes it easy for an airplane to be damaged by a hot balloon.
The problem is that a balloon’s design doesn’t work at high altitudes.
It can’t keep the balloon at a low altitude and stay there forever.
This causes the balloon to lose its speed, which is why you sometimes see hot-seat balloons crashing into the ground.
When you’re flying at low altitude, the hot air at top of the capsule can’t escape because it’s still at high speed.
But when you’re traveling at high altitude, air can escape.
When a balloon hits a balloon at low speed, the balloon’s air can’t break free and burn up.
So when a hot air balloon hits its way out of a hot seat, the parachute has no choice but to catch it.
When a hot plane crashes, the airplane will lose power and will eventually explode.
This can be the result when the pilot doesn’t take adequate care of the plane, or the pilot makes a bad landing, or a fire.
In this case, the pilot was careless.
But there are other ways a hot engine can explode.
In this video, we discuss the hot engine explosion in an airplane crash.
The hot engine was a result of an electrical fault in the airplane’s compressor.
In the past, hot engines were rare because they were expensive and difficult to control.
But in the 21st century, hot-engine engines are very common.
They can produce a lot of energy, so they can be very dangerous.
The video shows how the hot fire in the compressor can produce this explosion.
The hot-fire-engine-explosion theory is a fairly recent idea.
In 2010, researchers from the University of Michigan published a paper on hot- engine physics.
In that paper, they argued that hot-engines should be used to generate explosive power in an aircraft because of the low fuel cost and the fact that an airplane that has a hot fire engine can easily be destroyed by a crash.
But the theory of hot engine explosions has been around for centuries.
In fact, some historians claim that the word hot was invented by an American chemist named William Thomson in 1858.
In a paper titled “A History of the Chemical Theory of Explosives,” Thomson argued that there was a very old theory of how to build a hot car engine.
The theory was that a fuel tank would be made of steel, which would cool and heat up as it filled with water.
This heated water would cause a spark that would burn a fuse to blow the tank away.
The theory was based on a theory of a fuel cell, but Thomson didn’t believe that the fuel would be a metal.
In addition, he didn’t think that the spark would burn the fuel as it cooled.
Instead, the spark was generated by a spark gap.
Thomson thought that a spark would cause the spark gap to expand, which could then cause a small amount of spark to ignite the fuel tank.
As soon as the spark ignited the fuel, the tank would explode.
If this happened, the fuel could easily ignite the engine itself.
In the 1880s, the theory was used to build the “Boeing” hot-plane engine.
In 1921, Boeing produced its first hot-jet engine.
But that engine didn’t have a sparkgap.
It also didn’t produce a high-enough amount of ignition to ignite its fuel tank, making it difficult to use.
In 1924, Boeing created a hot wing engine called the “M