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Richard Hammond shows why you should never mix alklai metals with water, in this case, Rubidium. Video after the jump,
Rubidium is the second most electropositive of the stable alkaline elements and liquefies at high ambient temperature (102.7 F = 39.3 C). Like other group 1 elements this metal reacts violently in water










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