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Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

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Ammonium dichromate looks pretty cool when you burn it:

1 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

Aluminum meets bromine:


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Caesium and fluorine are a reactive combo:


3 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

Water and liquid nitrogen make pretty good cover for escape:


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Take one part hydrogen peroxide, one part potassium iodide, and a little soap, and you've got yourself a tiny mushroom cloud:


5 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

(You can also do it in a jack-o-lantern:)




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Make sure to avoid using gallium spoons in hot water:


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If you ever mix cesium and water, make sure to take a step back first:


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Glycine-nitrate reaction with precursors of barium nitrate, zirconyl nitrate and yttrium nitrate to form BaZr0.8Y0.2O3 (whatever that means):


9 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

Strontium, sulfur, And heat make for an unexpected light show:


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Diethylzinc has a pesky habit of spontaneously combusting on contact with air:


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Strong cup of coffee? Nope, just sulphuric acid causing explosive polymerization of p nitro aniline:


12 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

Gasoline + Fire = Awesome:


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If you ever need some improvised rocket fuel, just drop a catalyst into some potassium chlorate and sugar:


14 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

Sodium Polyacrylate aka Instant Snow:


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Lithium and fire get along pretty nicely:


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The reason you should avoid getting and snake venom in your blood:


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Copper and nitric acid:


18 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

Gallium melts aluminum, which is pretty cool:


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Nitrous Oxide and Carbon Disulfide (aka The Barking Dog Experiment):


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Ever wonder what happens when you drop a gummi bear into potassium chlorate? This:


21 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

Calcium gluconate and a little open flame:


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Nitrogen triiodide is touchy enough to be detonated by a feather:


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Here's what happens to Coke cans in hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide:


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This one's pretty simple. Just some alcohol in a glass carboy:


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Not technically chemical reactions, but these are pretty cool too:

This is what happens when you heat up a CD and blow on it in cold weather:


26 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)

Laminar flow is a pretty neat party trick:


27 Impressive Chemical Reactions (27 gifs)


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№1 Author: No1 (22 Feb 2013 01:42) Total user comments: 1345


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In the words of the infamous Walter White: "Let's cook!"
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№2 Author: TheIronSea (22 Feb 2013 03:28) Total user comments: 1015


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La ultima me dejo mas que asombrado.... :15:
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№3 Author: Jinxaruny (22 Feb 2013 12:57) Total user comments: 10324


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Amazing!
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№4 Author: Psycho (22 Feb 2013 17:07) Total user comments: 0


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#1 is not just Ammonium dichromate. I think that some kind of mercury is under ammonium/ Just don't remember the correct name of that mercury
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№5 Author: adzhoe (22 Feb 2013 18:58) Total user comments: 14959


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cool stuff!
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№6 Author: johnny Reynoso (22 Feb 2013 21:42) Total user comments: 3712


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wooow la quimica es la neta :07:
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№7 Author: hmx (23 Feb 2013 00:39) Total user comments: 435


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Y dicen que la quimica es aburiida...
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№8 Author: kiranks (23 Feb 2013 22:14) Total user comments: 89


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Why didn't i see this when i was in school.. Chemistry lab would have been the most awesome class
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