a chemical reaction of the aluminum foil and works toilet cleaner

| May 4, 2017

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a chemical reaction of the aluminum foil and works toilet cleaner
in this video you will see that The aluminum in the foil reacts with hydrochloric acid in the cleaner. The reaction produces hydrogen gas, which quickly builds the pressure inside the closed bottle until the plastic can't take it any more and explodes outwards. hydrochloric acid reaction involves An ignition that involves no external energy source, but results entirely from the spontaneous reaction of two materials when they are brought into contact; materials may be two liquids or a liquid impinging on a solid.

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