See query. I mean, I do know that energy unexpectedly can be (relatively) violently released, and you shouldn’t drink any beverages or take medicine which were placed nearby.
In Richard Handl’s lab work, did it explode and then melt, or simply melt down dramatically? (I’m not sure if the stovetop was simply a useful table surface or if he heated whatever container the concoction was in.)
More specifically, can anyone recreate a likely scenario of the chemistry involved, given the bare naming of the elements and molecules involved?
Also, besides being heated up, were the pills and refreshing drink no longer healthy to ingest?
Note to Mods and any interested Dept of Homeland Security personnel dropping by: scientific questions only, not practical ones.