This chemical really doesn’t want to exist

From NileRed.

Cleanup video on my other channel, NileBlue: https://youtu.be/8zilEg_feZA
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For this video, I make a chemical called manganese heptoxide, which is an unstable and strong oxidizer. It looks for any excuse to decompose and it reacts violently with most organic things. I tested it on a few things like cotton balls and paper, as well as solvents like acetone and ethanol. I also tried firing a small liquid rocket with it.

References:
Hexamine clip: https://youtu.be/s0YCwM8Gwqg
Styropyro: https://youtu.be/V7_jCAu7ucw

Nile talks about lab safety: https://youtu.be/ftACSEJ6DZA

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Music in credits (Walker by SORRYSINES): https://soundcloud.com/sorrysines/walker