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Desc:Those Penguicon nerds do something kinda neat looking.
Category:Science & Technology, Educational
Tags:water, SCIENCE!, liquid nitrogen, dude you ok, A Pool Filled With...
Submitted:j lzrd / swift idiot
Date:06/13/08
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zatojones - 2008-06-13
neat. now do sodium!
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-06-13
I like the cut of your jib, m'boy! It's in the name of Disarmament!

Jefka - 2008-06-13
Fuck that, do lithium.

halon - 2008-06-13
CESIUM OR GO HOME, FAGGOTS

kelpfoot - 2008-06-14
Cesium is less impressive than sodium, it turns out.

Lithium's a good choice, though.

halon - 2008-06-14
Who told you that?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNdijknRxfU

The alkali metals get more exciting as you go down the periodic table. Sodium doesn't do much other than slowly smolder unless it's finely powdered.

kelpfoot - 2008-06-14
I learned it first-hand in high school, when some friends and I stole some alkali metal samples from a local community college. Cesium just sputters and sparks, but sodium burns steadily and then explodes.

halon - 2008-06-14
Well, I won't say that you're lying, but I think you may be genuinely mistaken. Chemically, cesium is WAY more electropositive than other alkali metals, making it highly more reactive with oxygen. I can only guess that you probably didn't get an actual Cs sample; if you had, you probably would have detonated the vessel you submerged it in.

Fun cesium fact: its melting point is around 81 degrees Fahrenheit!

Here's another fun alkali metal reaction video:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ft4E1eCUItI

kelpfoot - 2008-06-16
My understanding is that sodium makes a better bang because the steady reaction produces a cloud of hydrogen gas. Cesium will also produce hydrogen, but the hydrogen will almost instantly ignite without getting a chance to accumulate.

Cap'n Profan!ty - 2008-06-13
-1 star for the überdork narrating the filming in the last 15 seconds
halon - 2008-06-13
It's funny, because he sounds a little like you cap'n

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-06-13
HOLY SHI-- HE HAS A POINT THERE PROFESSOR!

Enjoy - 2008-06-13
"Ok guys let's get back to the LAN party."
Xenocide - 2008-06-13
God gave us chemistry so we might go forth and do crazy shit to pools.
Johnny Roastbeef - 2008-06-13
I would love to have seen that from under the water.
timmeadows - 2008-06-13
Wearing sandals while carrying a huge, open bowl of liquid nitrogen right in front of your junk, always a good idea.
Albuquerque Halsey - 2008-06-13
Sandals are good protocol for carrying liquefied gasses. Closed shoes can trap the LN against the skin, preventing your body heat from forming a layer of gas between the skin and liquid. (which acts as an insulator) Thus increasing the chance of frostbite.

Albuquerque Halsey - 2008-06-13
id like to amend this that wearing sandals is OK when handling LN in small amounts, but not in a laboratory/industrial setting. (duh)

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-06-13
Fuck you Halsey, first chance I get, I'm gonna buy me some dry ice, cut it into bite-sized chunks, and SWALLOW THEM BITCHES!

I'll be breathing smoke till I die!

Anyway yeah, glad y'all liked the crazy "Pool Filled With..." video.

Big Name Celebrity - 2008-06-16
Now if you can find a similar video with dumber dorks using dry ice, and then jumping in the pool, I'll 5-star it.

'Cuz I like snuff films.
petep - 2008-11-05
i'm no scientist but i gotta say this looks spectacularly dangerous
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-01-02
Someone threw Stripe into the pool.
Hooper_X - 2009-03-20
Look at all those fucking dorks. Holy shit.
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