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Question: What is the most dangerous reaction that can happen?
Asked by made361ear to Simon on 14 Nov 2019.
answered on 14 Nov 2019:
The most, I don’t know. But there are some pretty violent reactions. Thermite is an amazing exothermic reaction which reaches over 2500C. Cesium in water more-or-less explodes and then there are the acid reactions which can be really dangerous.
made361ear commented on 21 Nov 2019:
Well that’s me running away from my science career!
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Paul commented on 21 Nov 2019:
Or… you tell all the scientists that we have run out of tea and coffee….
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