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nagaraj asked the Naked Scientists:
   
which chemicals apply on copper metal it pulls or grain rice.why because rice are carbohydrates {hydrogen carbon} so.In chemical reaction definitely rice pulls .when rice pulls they change to black.

And its also fails 2.4 volts torch bulb filament fails when torch focus put  on copper metal then torch filament fails by chemical reaction .

And another one is iron and magnet normally attraction at south to north r north to south poll.At the same time its two repulsion at south  to south r north to north polls.likes it which chemical apply on copper metal its repulsion iron .

And which chemical produce or release high radiation power?

What do you think?
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Re: Which chemical has the highest radiation power?
« Reply #1 on: 12/05/2015 08:46:52 »
You have asked these questions before
 

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Re: Which chemical has the highest radiation power?
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