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Alkali Metals


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A look at alkali metals and how they react with air and water may seem like a dry science lesson at first. Despite the delivery, this presentation builds as it goes along, with a satisfying climax at the end. -via Buzzfeed


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@baro:

You wouldn't. It's too radioactive, it would evaporate from the heat caused by the radiation before you could put it in water. It only has a half life of 23 minutes.
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