|kingarthur - 2011-06-16 |
|Cyberblah - 2011-06-16 |
I'm pretty sure I saw this in middle school. I was disappointed that they didn't go on to Francium. Unfortunately it has a half-life of 22 minutes.
|fedex - 2011-06-16 |
there are six alkalines, lithium, sodium, potassium, libidium, cesium,
and hash, here let me slice off a chunk
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2011-06-16 |
hells yeah! I've seen that. Its more or less the only cool thing I've ever seen in school, the memory has stayed with me. In fact I think I remember my friends older brother *telling* describing it to me. When you go into 3rd year chemistry you get to see this!
|Robin Kestrel - 2011-06-16 |
I love, love, love everything about this. Especially the way he says "at all".
|oddeye - 2011-06-16 |
I hate the alkali metals. Probably not as much as water but pretty damn much for a regular guy.
I carry a murderous vendetta against noble gasses
|Jimmyfranks - 2011-06-16 |
This makes me giggle with glee.
|The Mothership - 2011-06-17 |
This is great.
|jyrque - 2011-06-17 |
|Jeriko-1 - 2011-06-17 |
Ah, like a refreshing antidote for those El Enin cretins. I really hope Potholer takes a slam at those guys.
Also, fuck yeah cesium!
|memedumpster - 2011-06-17 |
|Banal Intercourse - 2011-06-17 |
Dumb science question: are the metals reacting to the air or to the humidity in the air?
|Enjoy - 2011-06-18 |
|Caminante Nocturno - 2011-07-07 |
This time, we put a safety screen between us and the reaction.
The guy pouring it is on his own.
|BiggerJ - 2011-09-22 |
Reaction of Cesium with water produces impressed whistle
Progression of reaction intensity is non-arithmetic
Hypothesis: Reaction of Francium with water would produce impressed whistle in excess of 120 decibels
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