How To: Make "instant cappuccino" with permanganate

Make "instant cappuccino" with permanganate

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This video tutorial will show you how to make "instant cappuccino" with permanganate.

HOW TO:
1. Simply add 20mL of 30% hydrogen peroxide to the beaker.
2. Add a small amount of detergent.
3. Roughly mix the mixture.
4. Add a spoonful of potassium permanganate.

CHEMISTRY OF IT:
A reaction between Potassium permanganate (KMnO4) and Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) , in which detergent take the advantage of the Effervescence effect to create foam. Noted that Permanganate stinks the foam to brown, and the reaction is exothermic, which makes this reaction seems to be making "Cappuccino". DO NOT drink this!

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