Introduction: "Gummy Bear Experiment" With Molten Potassium Chlorate

This is the gummy bear experiment which gummy bear is added to molten chlorate, in such oxygen-rich environment with sufficient temperature, gummy bear bursts into lilac flame vigorously when contac with molten chlorate. Both Gummy Bear and boiling tube sacrificed for this demonstration.

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Comments

Tmac121 (author)2010-08-30

It sounds like it screams when you put it in

Mplinnc (author)2010-01-29

Red gummi: Will we survive????

Blue gummi: ????

cwturtle (author)2010-01-04

 Cry :(
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  o  o

M4industries (author)2009-12-23

 Maybe that's why kids are so hyper when they eat candy.

AtraNona (author)2009-12-15

LOL that's so cool

r.i.p green gummy bear

thelazytooth (author)2009-11-03

Poor, Poor green gummy

Sadly, the green bear is chosen.

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