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Heating The Can of Soda

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  • 22 Oct, 2012  |
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№1 Author: superfao (23 Oct 2012 02:25) Total user comments: 209


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I don't think the can is melting by heat, man would be burnt... maybe the aluminium is being dissolved by mercury, or something like that? idk
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№2 Author: Slugsie (23 Oct 2012 02:27) Total user comments: 1519


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What has that got to do with heating a can of soda? It's quite clearly not been heated, it's been dissolved by some chemical. I'm not sure which. If it was heated to get that effect that you can be sure that you wouldn't be able to touch it with just the protection of latex gloves.
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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (23 Oct 2012 04:51) Total user comments: 5518


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I've had a can of beer blow up while I was sleeping in front of a campfire. Trust me, that's far more entertaining.
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№4 Author: Hal (23 Oct 2012 11:14) Total user comments: 1


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Gallium do that
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