Jun 18, 2022, 05:04 AM
It is possible this apparent discrepancy of density of acetylene may be caused by the balloon itself. The pressure inside a balloon is a bit higher than 1 Bar due to the elasticity of the balloon itself and how much it is inflated.
Originally Posted by Liquidhandwash
I don't know about the numbers But when i was a kid I filled a ballon with acetylene and it fell to the floor fastest then an air-filled ballon. My friend stupidly put a match to it and burned off his eyebrowes
Jun 18, 2022, 05:08 AM
You forgot to include "(STILL NOT ME) " in this one!!!
Originally Posted by jdurand
I saw someone decide to get a fast light on a BBQ, blew O2 onto the briquettes and apparently saturated them. When lit they went off like black powder.
Things to NOT do with flammable metals and gases, I prefer to keep all my appendages and do stuff like professional fireworks.
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