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Can you burn metal? [Education]
posted November 20 2013 7:59.06 by spic0m




You know metal can get really hot, and you probably know that it can melt. But can it burn? Hank shows you how you can burn a hunk of metal like you're some kinda superhero (just be careful, please), and he explains how, in chemistry, "burning" means even more than you thought.



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