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From: Don Reid (donreid@roe40.k12.il.us)
Date: Wed Aug 25 2004 - 14:55:38 EDT

  • Next message: Laura Witham: "Re: [Channel-talkchemistry] Safety Demos"

    I do a safety demo with calcium carbide and water in a plastic bottle (I use
    an old rubbing alcohol bottle) that has a small hole near the bottom. The
    calcium carbide looks like an innocent enough pebble, and what could be
    safer than water. Combine the two in the plastic bottle, stopper, wait 5-10
    sec, and ignite. Good lesson to not do unauthorized experiments.

    Don Reid

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