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Alkali metal roulette - reacting sodium and potassium with acid Royal Society Of Chemistry 2 years ago Students generally make three requests after seeing the reaction of alkali metals with water: Series 2 [ edit ] Series 2 saw the start of "Brainiac Snooker ", in which World Snooker professional Quinten Hann would pot the last six balls on a table into pockets connected to fuses which, upon potting a ball, would cause a caravan rigged with a different explosive to explode.

Kilcoyne, Associate Dean of the University of Sunderland had a regular slot where he mixed various chemicals to see whether they "fizz" or "bang".

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