Discussion in 'Chemistry' started by USS Exeter, Dec 4, 2007.
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Although sulfuric acid is non-flammable, contact with metals in the event of a spillage can lead to the liberation of hydrogen gas. The dispersal of acid aerosols and gaseous sulfur dioxide is an additional hazard of fires involving sulfuric acid.
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Ammonia + bleach = mustard gas. Do not try this at home, ever!
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You are right, I kind of reacted immaturely to that joke, I was mad about something else and that joke set me off. Sorry if I offended you, Read-only.
Sort of. You walked in on me and your mother one night when you were four years old. Do you want me to explain to you what we were doing?
But extremely dangerous nevertheless.
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:bugeye: Not really necessary don't you think ?
Dammit, I knew it! I am exactly four years older than my sister! I had a feeling she isn't realted to me! Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
No offense taken - I can see where you were coming from. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
No, but you have no idea how bored I am.
Fair enough, I guess.. lol
potassium and water
technically a salt is a thing made up of a metal and non metal
where can i buy cheap listening devices ??????
do you live anywhere close to NY? if yes...than I can help
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