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A Pound Of Sodium Metal In The River

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  • 13 May, 2016  |
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№1 Author: Nick1090 (13 May 2016 11:40) Total user comments: 1257


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If I remember my chemistry, I'm sure sodium hydroxide is produced. Probably killed a load of aquatic life f*cktards!! 17
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№2 Author: Tomaz86 (13 May 2016 16:23) Total user comments: 10832


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Fascinanting.
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№3 Author: styopa (13 May 2016 17:44) Total user comments: 1188


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Quote: Nick1090
If I remember my chemistry, I'm sure sodium hydroxide is produced. Probably killed a load of aquatic life f*cktards!! 17


If you actually remembered your chemistry, you'd recognize that the 1kg or less of NaOH produced was also almost instantly diluted to nothing in the water. Scoop water from any of the points where it exploded 10 seconds later and you'd be far more likely to get sick from the water than from the few molecules of NaOH you'd drink.

Oh, and stop being such a pussy.
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№4 Author: Aindy (14 May 2016 22:02) Total user comments: 2863


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Quote: styopa
Quote: Nick1090
If I remember my chemistry, I'm sure sodium hydroxide is produced. Probably killed a load of aquatic life f*cktards!! 17


If you actually remembered your chemistry, you'd recognize that the 1kg or less of NaOH produced was also almost instantly diluted to nothing in the water. Scoop water from any of the points where it exploded 10 seconds later and you'd be far more likely to get sick from the water than from the few molecules of NaOH you'd drink.

Oh, and stop being such a pussy.



It only takes minute amounts to make water inhospitable to aquatic life. About 0.3ppm is enough to be dangerous to fish.

Please do some research into the subject before you start correcting others.
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