This article is a break from the other more information-heavy pages, and just showcases some of the awesome and explosive reactions that can happen in chemistry.
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Hope you enjoy!
Mercury reacting with aluminum.
Dehydration of sugar in sulfuric acid.
Alpha particle trails from radioactive decay of Radon 220.
Burning mercury II thiocyanate.
A lightbulb burning out.
Catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.
Blood meets hydrogen peroxide.
Aluminum and iodine.
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Tin crumbling after being cooled to lower than 13 degrees Celsius.
Sodium acetate crystallization.
That’s the end for now! As we find more great videos of chemical reactions, we’ll add them to this page. Hope you enjoyed them!
Originally posted 2018-11-30 20:03:04. Republished by Blog Post Promoter