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You are really flooding the site. Good stuff. <br>Question: How much heat is produced by this reaction?
<p>When I had felt the side of the Jar it had hardly gotten warm, maybe gone up a couple of degrees Fahrenheit. So I would say it is not a very exothermic reaction, and thank you I am glad you like it...</p>
I know many high speed oxidation reactions make a lot of heat, hand warmers for instance.
<p>It is quite possible if I had had more iron in it that more heat could of been generated... Hmm... It might be something for me to test out soon...</p>

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