Spontaneous Cindercone (Geology)

Spontaneous Cindercone (Geology)
Spontaneous Cindercone (Geology)
Spontaneous Cindercone (Geology)
Spontaneous Cindercone (Geology)
Spontaneous Cindercone (Geology)
Spontaneous Cindercone (Geology)
Spontaneous Cindercone (Geology)
Spontaneous Cindercone (Geology)
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A great way to demonstrate a cindercone eruption in a manageable, classroom-friendly manner. Two chemicals will be mixed on top of an inverted pie tin. The pile of chemicals first starts to smoke, then catches fire and produces a flame, just like a real cindercone. Small little purple pyroclastic bombs shoot out away from the center of the cone. Informative, entertaining, exciting, guaranteed-requests-for-an-encore demo.
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6 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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