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Corrosive properties of piranha solution

K007/2026

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Corrosive properties of piranha solution, time-lapse footage. Piranha solution is a mixture of sulphuric acid and hydrogen peroxide that is used to clean organic residues from substrates. Here, a piece of pork is destroyed using a 3:1 mixture (by volume) of concentrated sulphuric acid (98 percent concentration) and hydrogen peroxide (35 percent concentration). This clip shows the piece of pork being completely destroyed over a period of two minutes.

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