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Coke cans VS Acid and Base Experiment [Chemistry]
posted June 17 2013 20:49.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Another interesting video from Periodic Table Videos. They got themselves two aluminum cans and put them into highly concentrated solutions of base and acid. Watch the following video to see who won, the acid, the base or the aluminum (neeeeh).

P.S. Pepsi cans won't work because they are made of iron...


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