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All chemistry-related items are listed below. Each category's experiment items are listed in the order of when they were microwaved, starting with the earliest experiment onward. For electronic experiments that use both the physics and chemistry principles of battery reactions, semiconductors, quantum mechanics, and more, see the "Technology" category on the main page of the Microwave Flow Chart.

Actual Elements or Chemicals

Elements/Simple Molecules

  • Metals
  1. Tin foil
  2. Steel wool
  3. Can of Pepsi (aluminum)
  4. Giant mercury light bulb
  5. Nickel-cadmium batteries
  6. Etch-a-Sketch (aluminum beads inside)
  7. Thermite
  8. Lithium polymer battery
  9. Gigantic mercury vapor light bulb
  10. 400-watt sodium bulb
  11. Copper wire and solder
  12. Gold teeth/bronze filings/ball bearings/barium metal
  • Non-Metals
  1. Toothpaste (fluoride)
  2. Match (phosphorus)
  3. Charcoal (carbon)
  4. Pencil (carbon/graphite)
  5. CO2 canister
  6. Ammonia smelling salts
  7. Playlist List Ticonderoga pencils (carbon/graphite)
  8. Toothpaste (season 10; fluoride)
  • Noble Gases
  1. Neon flicker bulbs
  2. Happy birthday helium balloon
  3. Xenon bulb

Complex Organic Molecules/Chemicals

  1. Liquid soap
  2. Condom (latex)
  3. Ink cartridge
  4. Bar of soap
  5. Bubble solution
  6. Butane lighter
  7. Eggs/soap/butane lighter
  8. Nail polish remover (acetone)
  9. Laundry detergent
  10. Hair spray
  11. Inhaler (medication)
  12. Red spray paint
  13. Paintballs
  14. Silly Putty
  15. Ink toner cartridge
  16. Green spray paint
  17. Isopropyl alcohol (medicine bottle)
  18. Bottle of beer (ethanol/ethyl alcohol)
  19. Cup of gasoline
  20. Hair spray (season 10), along with the container of oil
  21. Propane tank

Chemical Reactions

Non-explosive:

  • Exothermic
  1. Butane lighter
  2. Eggs/soap/butane lighter
  3. Candle (lit)
  4. Hot/cold pack (hot part)
  5. Hand warmers
  6. Harry Potter figurine with (lit) candles
  7. Cigarettes
  • Endothermic
  1. Hot/cold pack (cold part)
  2. Cold pack

Explosive/Combustion

  1. Dynamite
  2. Fireworks
  3. Thermite
  4. Spark plug
  5. Bottle rocket
  6. Firecrackers
  7. Flash paper
  8. Lexus air bag
  9. Rocket engines
  10. Spinning firework
  11. Smoke bombs and "bang" gun
  12. Pop-Its
  13. Hyundai air bag
  14. Cup of gasoline
  15. Firework mortar
  16. Propane tank

Heating/Evaporation/Pressure

  1. Sealed popcorn
  2. Snow globe
  3. Lexus air bag
  4. Bottle of gin
  5. Thermometer
  6. Dry ice bomb
  7. Galileo thermometer
  8. Unbagged popcorn
  9. Lava lamp (season 9)
  10. Bottle of beer
  11. Bottle of champagne
  12. Hyundai air bag
  13. Hair spray (season 10)

Batteries

  • Actual types of batteries
  1. Energizer batteries (one "C" and two "AA")
  2. Nickel-cadmium (NiCd) batteries
  3. Lithium polymer battery
  4. Car battery
  • Items containing a battery
  1. Flashlight
  2. Wrist watch
  3. Furbies
  4. Disposable camera (one "AA")
  5. Hannah Montana singing pen
  6. Pokemon toys
  7. Robosapien
  8. Slot machine (four "D" batteries)
  9. Toilet bowl bank
  10. Inspector Gadget
  11. Toy caterpillar
  12. RC truck
  13. 20 Questions game
  14. Staples' "Easy" button
  15. Statue of Liberty
  16. ZhuZhu Pets

Other

  1. Glow sticks
  2. Fart bombs
  3. Liquid timer
  4. Mighty Putty
  5. Glow sticks (season 8)
  6. Dry ice bomb (sublimation of dry ice)
  7. Ammonia smelling salts



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