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Thermite Reactions - Compilation

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Uploaded on Dec 28, 2009

Christ School Honors Chemistry and General Chemistry classes ignite thermite over the following materials:

Aluminum sheets, ice blocks, water, dry ice, kerosene, diesel fuel, silicon dioxide (silica), a monitor and a scanner. A thermite reaction was also mixed with iodine to produce violet smoke.

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