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Mercury reacting with aluminum.

Dehydration of sugar in sulfuric acid.

Snake venom meets blood.

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Alpha particle trails from radioactive decay of Radon 220.

Burning mercury II thiocyanate.

Burning Lithium.

A lightbulb burning out.

Electrical treeing.

Catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.

Blood meets hydrogen peroxide.

Belousov–Zhabotinsky reaction.

Aluminum and iodine.


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Tin crumbling after being cooled to lower than 13 degrees Celsius.

Sodium acetate crystallization.

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