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Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

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  • 20 Feb, 2014  |
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Stunning chemical reactions.

Belousov–Zhabotinsky reaction

1 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Blood meets hydrogen peroxide


2 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Burning ammonium dichromate


3 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Aluminum and iodine


4 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide


5 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Electrical treeing




6 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Hyrophobic sand


7 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

A lightbulb burning out


8 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Burning lithium


9 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Hydrogen Peroxide Mixed With Potassium Iodide


10 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Burning mercury II thiocyanate


11 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Mercury reacting with aluminum


12 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Prince Rupert’s Drop suffers a fracture


13 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Snake venom meets blood


14 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Dehydration of sugar in sulfuric acid


15 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

White tin crumbling into grey tin after
cooling to less than 13 degrees Celsius


16 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Water bridge formed by electric current


17 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)

Sodium acetate crystallization


18 Chemical Reaction GIFs (18 gifs)


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№1 Author: robn1 (20 Feb 2014 02:32) Total user comments: 797


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Cool. :04: :04: :04:
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№2 Author: Slugsie (20 Feb 2014 03:39) Total user comments: 1519


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Pretty cool stuff, although many are not chemical reactions as such.
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№3 Author: thughugger (20 Feb 2014 12:17) Total user comments: 1015


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i would love the chance to play around in a chemistry lab :04:
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№4 Author: Aindy (20 Feb 2014 20:18) Total user comments: 2780


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Some of these look like they were used in 80s movie special effects (monsters etc).
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№5 Author: Lu (21 Feb 2014 00:08) Total user comments: 15082


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Fascinating stuff. Great post! :04:
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№6 Author: Norecc (21 Feb 2014 01:47) Total user comments: 0


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Iam Cave Johnson, and welcome to the Aperture Sience
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№7 Author: Buster Mcnutty (24 Feb 2014 01:03) Total user comments: 202


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Pretty neat stuff :44: :44:
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№8 Author: JonesJones (25 Feb 2014 04:31) Total user comments: 23


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The one with venom is scary!

Slugsie,
6-16-17-18 are not chemical reactions.
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