Dipping a ball in titanium tetrachloride to make the world’s smokiest ball

This man purchased some titanium tetrachloride which generally becomes white smoke when exposed to air and chose to soak a ball in it to make the world’s smokiest ball.

A couple of weeks earlier, I purchased some titanium tetrachloride which, I heard is among the most obnoxious chemicals. When exposed to air, practically right away, a lot of white smoke begins putting out. This is a mix of hydrochloric acid and titanium oxides, which form as the titanium tetrachloride responds with the oxygen and wetness in the air. What I’ve constantly wished to do, was attempt and soak a very ball in it.

I could not inform you if it’s the world’s smokiest ball, however it’s certainly smoky. If they were going for stinkiest I might’ve conserved them the difficulty since I’ve got the world record in my trousers.

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