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Explosive Chemical Reaction: Potassium Metal and Bromine
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Explosive Chemical Reaction: Potassium Metal and Bromine
Performed at the University of Wisconsin, this is a lecture demonstration of what happens when you put solid Potassium in liquid Bromine


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