Depends on the cartridge, Early cartridges used black powder, Modern cartridges use smokeless powder, based on nitrocellulose and nitroglycerin. There are hundreds of different smokeless powders that have different recipes, grain shapes, and burning rates.
Lets see...when you snort BC powders you can suffer bad nose bleeds and awful burning in your nose. It cannot make you high or give you any affects that cocaine or any other synthetic drug does. It also damages the cartilage in your nose.
powders dissolve easier in liquids then solids
For homogeneous mixing without any change due to the pressure and also low cost.
It is possible. Different gun powders have different ingredients. This can be determined by lab analysis.
it depends on the quality and capacity of the michines
Yes, mixtures can be separated with a centrifuge, and mixed liquids and powders can be separated by different evaporation techniques.
There isn't one. There are millions of different types of powders, and most powders contain a vast array of different compounds. So there is no chemical formula for powder itself. You may be able to find an answer if you specify what powder you are referring to.
Check the smell and colour and try and figure it out
A vertical roller mill is an energy efficient grinder that grinds items into incredibly fine powders used for ceramics, cements, pyrotechnics, etc. using vertical pressure from an outer vertical roller on the inner rollers and disks to cause circulation. A ball mill is a grinder that creates very fine powders for paints, pyrotechnics, ceramics, etc. using cylindrical rolls and balls made of various materials that roll on an axis.
Definitely. Powders are simply solids broken into smaller particles. As we know, melting is the phase change from the solid state to the liquid state. Thus, we can definitely melt powders.