30 thoughts on “Pouring Molten salt into Water – Explosion!

    MILITARY-GAMING

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Gimme summa dat 2 drink

    Lily Slone

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Ok now I'm scared to eat anything with salt and water

    Ashrak Krazlegan

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Actually if you drop pure sodium (non heated) into water it will explode. It's a chemical reaction. The fact that you obtain no pH change doesn't rule out chemical reaction. And that is the reason why in labs, if you store pure sodium, you must store it in a special container to ovoid humidity.

    Hello Dude

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Why this man look like LNU

    Dominic Markovina

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    What is molten salt and where can you get it?

    Joey fordf150s

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    I thought he was doing it in his pool i wish

    felix cunningham

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    It's the sodium in the salt

    Seth Patterson

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Anybody else thinking of a new kind of naval weapon? Firing a molten salt bomb in the water would be really effective

    Mohammad Salman

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    USA IS GOINT TO MAKE SALT BOMB NOW

    allan hughes

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    I just love you yanks you are off your f…..king heads and thats why i love you happy christmas !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Corn Poper

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Jajajaja 0:00 when yo mix

    sheri williams

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    wonderful! I had a physics teacher in 7th grade, my first class ever of physical sciences, blow up a cup of sugar. The event was so extreme and over the top, everyone had to leave the room as thick wide coils of carbon were snaking off the desks and going everywhere. I loved it. What happened? What happened to the teacher? But that memory is forever.

    In Supermans house in the arctic, he lives in a house of crystals. There is some gobbledygook about it, but then you can compare it(the crystalline shapes) as one of natures perfect shape, that old “one or another gone”. Theres only 5 in nature, and when you think about it, its ho hum. You see one shape you seen em all. But let me digress a little. Water can quickly get into the lets say pentagram sides and bawhoosh, wash out the sides like rock forms in the ocean. The crystalline shape stays the same over eons, or a loooong time. But! Bwahahaha for fun and dangerous giggles, why not pour molten salt which is fluid crystals (we saw that as the disc of hot cha cha melted salt return to Mortons salt, just a little dirtier. The nature of design doesn’t change with elements. Well, it can, we can tour Cern’ gigantic chocolate making machine turning atoms into errrrrr particles but, lets stick(ha ha) with elemental salt. The crystals are all looking like Supermans house. I think we could easily blow up Supermans house by filling it with hot molten aluminum. Each crack it found would expand and crack away from the next. Wow, we are talking a big big explosion. Super cool. But, at the end of the day, Superman will have to suck in all those salt molecules and probably blow them out into the ocean, which invariably help with the desalination of the wirlds oceans.
    I love science!

    sheri williams

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    wonderful! I had a physics teacher in 7th grade, my first class ever of physical sciences, blow up a cup of sugar. The event was so extreme and over the top, everyone had to leave the room as thick wide coils of carbon were snaking off the desks and going everywhere. I loved it. What happened? What happened to the teacher? But that memory is forever.

    In Supermans house in the arctic, he lives in a house of crystals. There is some gobbledygook about it, but then you can compare it(the crystalline shapes) as one of natures perfect shape, that old “one or another gone”. Theres only 5 in nature, and when you think about it, its ho hum. You see one shape you seen em all. But let me digress a little. Water can quickly get into the lets say pentagram sides and bawhoosh, wash out the sides like rock forms in the ocean. The crystalline shape stays the same over eons, or a loooong time. But! Bwahahaha for fun and dangerous giggles, why not pour molten salt which is fluid crystals (we saw that as the disc of hot cha cha melted salt return to Mortons salt, just a little dirtier. The nature of design doesn’t change with elements. Well, it can, we can tour Cern’ gigantic chocolate making machine turning atoms into errrrrr particles but, lets stick(ha ha) with elemental salt. The crystals are all looking like Supermans house. I think we could easily blow up Supermans house by filling it with hot molten aluminum. Each crack it found would expand and crack away from the next. Wow, we are talking a big big explosion. Super cool. But, at the end of the day, Superman will have to suck in all those salt molecules and probably blow them out into the ocean, which invariably help with the desalination of the wirlds oceans.
    I love science!

    tudy000

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Have you ever thought that maybe the reaction is caused because of the iodine being used to treat table salt or have you used untreated salt? Also have you tried this experiment with sea salt or let's say Himalaya pink salt?

    Shebo Anim8s

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    It is called sodium, that is what makes an explosion when combined with water

    SergeantFOXY LA

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Are you good at physics?

    Mousey Samurai

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    It looks like popcorn popping

    Jerson Raga

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Honestly, I don't understand his explanation about the experiment. Im just enjoying the explosion its so amazing

    Richard Myles

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Final question: Because salt (Solium Chloride) reduces the surface tension of water (H2O) and allows more rapid transformation of the surface of the water.

    High surface tension water with a hot "thing" is like a fat guy pushing his way through a crowd… people see him and move. Low surface tension is like a winger (American: Line backer) darting and weaving his way whether you move to see him or not.

    Kristopher Flory

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    This is an example of a Coulomb explosion!

    yolo gamer

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Rip glass container – killed by crazy backyard scientist

    usern4metak3ns

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    exponential reaction? so H2O and salt bombs in the future? yay

    Otávio Meves

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Good luck cleaning your yard

    Meanwhile Onxbox

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    I bet the pet store is curious why he needs so many fish tanks

    0cean Cat

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Is the fish tank okay though?

    Paul Austin

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Enjoy picking up the shards of glass from your garden bro 🙂

    Ahmad Hassan

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    HERE IS HOW IT HAPPENED when salt is molten it forms ions of sodium and chloride and the sodium violently react with water to give sodium hydroxide and hydrogen gas.

    Luke Pratapas

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Bro, obviously it’s the sodium… alkali metals have explosive reactions with water. Have you learned nothing in your high school chemistry class?

    Dimitri Dyonisos

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Put a fish in the fishtank….

    Steven

    (December 27, 2017 - 8:15 am)

    Turn the background music down a bit bruce

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