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For questions that have to do with chemistry, chemical reactions be they biological or artificial, or the industrial processes of chemistry.

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Even if the gum replaced your saliva with a strong acid (that miraculously you aren't affected by) you don't have enough saliva to be able to melt through a wall. The average human produces about ha …
answered Jul 31 '17 by sphennings
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It won't add much value and the added challenge of handling hazardous materials would make it much worse than a conventional weapon. Fluorine gas is highly reactive with a great many things. However …
answered Jun 7 '17 by sphennings
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You can use whatever chemically pure explosive you think sounds the coolest. Explosives work by being somewhat unstable molecules. Then once they are triggered they rapidly decompose releasing a lot …
answered Aug 21 '17 by sphennings
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Dye acetone green. Heat it up until it's boiling. Pour it over expanded polystyrene. Be very careful about the puddle of flammable vapors you are standing in. The acid blood special effect in …
answered May 30 '17 by sphennings
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You're talking about shooting someone with an instant cold pack. WebMD recommends keeping a cloth between the ice pack and the skin and limiting exposure to 15-20 minutes. As a weapon it's not going …
answered Jun 15 '17 by sphennings