The Amino Acid Collection
Sorry, the 'Sulfer' was a typo… It's most likely changed now in GCSE and A-levels due to this being a rather recent alteration on the spelling. I believe it was a committee in the Royal Society of Chemistry? I'm no Chemist, only a physicist/astronomer. My A-level books from 4-5 years ago say Sulphur, it's strange, but in hindsight I guess it generates consistency at least.
why is poor neil always the one who has to clean up everything??
The slow motion sounds sound like pokémon.
Why does the reaction go so slowly at first, especially given how very hot it gets over time? Is there a side reaction going on?
ZnS: the thing that glows in grayscale TVs.
can you do this using the transition metals like zinc sulfate? or zinc chloride?
QUESTION:During the slow motion playback, is that the original unaltered audio (slowed down only?) or Is the digitized sound from some process added for flavor? its very interesting that the audio sounds digitized when slowed down enough to hear the changes.
Thanks for the video. I have noticed the abundance of explosive reactions and fire. Does anyone know the ingredients for Greek Fire? Even if you don't a discussion would be interesting.
PS be nice to Neil. He deserves it.
that's what the crackling things are in fireworks except it is sulfer and zinc squished into little tiny pebbles
They forgot to mention it's a form of rocket fuel…
Simple flash powder?
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