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by Marshall Brain | May 18, 2010 The reaction you can see below is called Pharaoh’s serpent, and it is both bizarre and amazing to watch: So how does this work? The starting chemical is mercury thiocyanate (also known as mercuric sulphocyanate – Hg(SCN)2). Which sounds really bad, because it contains the poison mercury combined with a cyanate (i.e. cyanide). Fun With Chemistry: The Amazing Pharaoh’s Serpent Reaction Fun With Chemistry: The Amazing Pharaoh’s Serpent Reaction
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Musician Adam Gray juggling three sticks while drumming - The Feed (CBS) - Juggling is a tough skill to master. Drumming is also a tough skill to master. But both at the same time... is it even possible? Drummer Adam Gray from the band "Texas In July" proves the answer to be "yes" in the above video exhibiting his talent and skill in two very different arenas. Musician Adam Gray juggling three sticks while drumming - The Feed