• Me mixing salt and water
Kaboom?
My science teacher
Yes Rico, kaboom.
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    • Not salt (sodium chloride) but pure sodium creates the reaction.
      Direaxe 6 sep
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    • WeAr yOuR saFtEy goGgLEs
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    • You gotta practice wearing safety equipment for when you take care of the limbs in the acid
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    • My buddy took some pure sodium from the science room once, and when we were outside walking to our votech he fuken threw it into the creek that runs outside our school and it started exploding lmfao, great fuken times
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    • You mean sodium right like pure sodium Like pure Na not NaCl
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    • *sodium, not sodium chloride
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    • Whenever I helped set up the labs for classes with my chem teacher before he retired (I always got to school an hour early, long story), he told me why he did that a lot. Quite literally it's not the fact that the school will get in trouble, although they will. It's that if anything happens,
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    • It’s actually potassium.
      Guiltyyy 8 sep
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    • noon this format
      Urbanxx 7 sep
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    • MEMATIC SPOTTED
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    • You need to learn how to deal with the hydrochloric acid
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    • The ocean
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    • Molten salt will explode in water from flashing it into steam
      adeedaas 7 sep
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    • Stick live wires in salt water to create deadly hydrogen gas, chlorine gas, and lye
      Biasatt 7 sep
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    • I’m not wearing goggles to boil water and that’s final
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    • Got to synthesize nylon in my lab today, that shits cool as fuck bc youre pulling a fucking rope from a vat of sauce
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    • Boiling salt*
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    • My Chem teacher was chill af. The only time we had to wear goggles was when the principal was in the room
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    • Hear me out, bath bomb with pure sodium in the center
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    • Even more salt!
      joso 7 sep
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    • I cleaned up something that was supposed to burn me with my shirt and my teacher asked me why and i just said dont worry about it and she left
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    • Safety goggles = immunity to everything
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    • All of a sudden everyone’s a chemist lol
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    • Did this in 11th grade, but my teacher liked to joke on me the most, so he gave me an overly large piece. Rather than spin around like the rest mine caught fire and exploded. Him and I were laughing our asses off while everyone else in the class was scared outta their minds. I respect him so much.
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    • If you fuck it up real bad it will explode, that’s why you don’t do it near electricity, because electrolysis can separate the sodium from the chlorine and cause it to explode.
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    • Ah yes salt water is explosive
      jarambe 7 sep
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    • Well if you make the salt really hot, it does actually explode
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    • 38 comment?
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    • I once drank a sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid solution in chemistry class and my teacher didn’t care. My lab partner was concerned though
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    • Ocean be like boom 💥
      bigcunt 7 sep
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    • Fun fact: Some underwater mines are made with sodium.
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    • SALT
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    • The ocean explode
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    • The safety videos they show in class though are actually hilarious
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    • Fuck I reallyyyy wanna do that when in-person classes start and cackle like a madman screaming “it IS scientifically possible!!”
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    • Fake Rico isn't wearing his safety goggles
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    • Well there are things you don't do like open a bottle of water,empty it half way or so,place a good bit of dry ice into it,and put the cap back on as tight as you can
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    • It’s gonna be damn funny when all y’all pussies whining about safety goggles accidentally make an acidic gas and it gets in your eyes in a chem lab.
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    • Now this is being overused, god damn
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    • Yeaaaaa the fucking tik tok whore in my chem class did this and blew herself the fuck up like the school evacuated cuz the whole science class what absolutely fucked
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    • “Let’s try cesium”
      DrMojito 7 sep
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