Reaction of Sodium/Natrium (Na) with water (H2O) in Chlorine (Cl) gas

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Reaction of Sodium/Natrium (Na) with water (H2O) in Chlorine (Cl) gas

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Reaction of Sodium / Natrium (Na) with water (H2O) in Chlorine (Cl) gas

Sodium is highly reactive element and easily explode. When mixed with water, it will cause an explosion. In the video, the sodium react with water in the chlorine gas producing yellow light and high heat.

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