Solid Rocket Fuel Ignition

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Uploaded on November 08, 2007 by kentchemistry.com

Music: Kevin MacLeod Once used as solid rocket fuel, because the reaction requires no oxygen. Sulfur and zinc react vigorously. The reaction with zinc produces flame and a near explosion. Sparks fly and smoke billows in this dramatic chemical demonstration. Please do not try this one at home.

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Chemistry, Science, Experiments, Reaction, Rocket, Fuel, Exothermic, Thermite, Physics, Explosions, Fire, Entertainment, Science & Tech
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