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I am having trouble with my homework it tells me to write the diffrent forms of energy to a firecracker and a H-bomb.

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    the firecracker: there is soo many chemicals combined... Chemical

    The H-bomb: Thermal and nuclear energy

    they maybe confusing because they change through out activation

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    I tried to answer this when first posted below.

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