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This video discusses the reaction between (potassium hydroxide) KOH + H2SO4 (sulfuric acid). The products are water and potassium sulfate (K2SO4).
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Sugar and Sulfuric Acid - Amazing Science Experiments with Home Science Watch this cool science experiment with Sulfuric Acid and Sugar. Sulfuric acid (96%) is mixed with sugar, which is attacked by the acid. The final products are carbon, water vapor, and sulfur dioxide gas.
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"sulphuric acid" The most common acid used in industrial & lab works we have made this with Sulphur & Hydrogen peroxide. when we burnt sulphur it produces SO2 (sulphur dioxide) it has been passed through H202 hence the H2SO4 Produced. →subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnxyFV7qZffH4GhlUbIlfdw #Howto #Acid #SulfuricAcid #Make
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We make copper sulfate from copper and sulfuric acid using two chemical methods and one electrochemical method. Copper does not directly react with sulfuric acid so some form of oxidant is needed. Hydrogen peroxide and nitric acid are excellent oxidants and the first two methods demonstrate this. The nitric acid method however produces toxic nitrogen dioxide gas so you'll need to perform this one outside or in a fumehood. Because both chemical methods are rather expensive. A very cheap electrochemical method can be performed by running a current through two copper electrodes immersed in sulfuric acid. The copper is converted to copper ions at the positive electrode and hydrogen gas is formed at the negative electrode. However if the electrodes are placed side by side then the copper ions will diffuse to the negative electrode and get converted back into copper. This is wasteful as you've used power to accomplish nothing. So the better way is to separate both by gravity with the positive electrode at the bottom. The denser solution of copper sulfate will remain near the bottom and thus increase efficiency. As a side note, the electrochemical method is actually very expensive if you use batteries as your power source. The charge on a battery generates a comparatively small quantity of total copper sulfate compared to the same cost of chemicals for the chemical methods. The cheapest way is to use a DC power supply. The cost of municipal electricity is very small compared to the cost of batteries and chemicals.
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WARNING: This process is EXTREMELY dangerous. Hot sulfuric acid can instantly burn and char your skin. Please don't try to repeat anything you see here! UPDATE: I had to do this again for more sulfuric acid. For boiling chips, I smashed a porcelain dish and the little pieces worked really well to keep things under control. No crazy bumping! Hello everyone! So, a lot of people have been asking for this and finally it is here! It is a pretty long one and it took me a long time to edit . In this video, we clean sulfuric acid using both the H2O2 method and distillation. Piranha solution video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLpSapjKcxM I plan to do an Q and A video, so if you have any questions you'd like me to address in the video, leave them in the comments. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2448989&ty=h Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Nile-Red-1648800202046876/
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This video discusses the dehydration reaction mechanism of an alcohol with H2SO4 - the sulfuric acid catalyst. This video provides plenty of practice problems and examples on how to predict the major product and how to propose a mechanism. Examples include 2-pentanol to form 2-pentene, 3,4-dimethyl-2-pentanol to form 2,3-dimethyl-2-pentene. Other products form include 1-methylcyclopentene, cyclohexene, cyclohexanone, 2-methylcyclohexanone, and Benzene. This video also discusses the E1 and E2 acid catalyzed dehydration elimination reaction mechanism process as well. primary alcohols favor the E2 mechanism but secondary and tertiary alcohols favor the E1 elimination mechanism.
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This video channel is developed by Amrita University's CREATE http://www.amrita.edu/create ▶ For more Information @ http://amrita.olabs.edu.in/?sub=73&brch=2&sim=77&cnt=1 ▶ Online Labs for School lab Experiments (Olabs) http://www.olabs.edu.in/ ▶ Learn more about Amrita University http://www.amrita.edu ▶ Subscribe @ http://www.youtube.com/amritacreate https://www.facebook.com/onlinelabs Copyright © 2013 Amrita University Developed by CDAC Mumbai & Amrita University under research grant from Department of IT, Government of India Reaction of Zinc with Dilute Sulphuric Acid :- Zinc is more reactive than hydrogen and it displaces hydrogen from dilute acids. Zinc reacts with dilute sulphuric acid to form zinc sulphate and hydrogen gas is evolved. Since the products zinc sulphate and hydrogen gas are entirely different in chemical composition and chemical properties from the reactants, the reaction is a chemical change. This video explains the chemical change occurs during the reaction of zinc with dil. sulphuric acid.
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This video is about 5.0.3/5.0.4 Explaining the electrolysis of dilute sulfuric acid.
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Solforless is an absorbent and neutralizing product for sulphuric acid present in lead-acid batteries to be used in case of accidental spillage. SOLFORLESS is a product tested and certified by the Department of chemistry, materials and chemical engineering of the Politecnico di Milano, making it suitable to the requirements of Ministerial Decree No. 20 of 24 January 2011 the Ministry of environment. In case of accidental spill battery acid, SOLFORLESS spread up to cover completely the spilled liquid . At the end of the reaction (5 minutes) thick mash will have a pH close to 7, that is, besides having absorbed will have also neutralized the acid. This compound can be collected and disposed of as NON-HAZARDOUS SPECIAL WASTE by local authorized company of waste management. For more info visit: www.airbank.it/en/
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Sulfuric acid Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) is a strong, heavy acid with a density of 1.84 g/cc and a marked tendency to absorb moisture from the air, generating much heat. Concentrated sulfuric acid (93-98%) is used in the manufacture of fertilizers, explosives, dyes, and petroleum products. Sulfuric acid is formed during the Contact Process. The Contact Process forms sulfur trioxide (SO3) gas from sulfur dioxide (SO2) and oxygen in a catalyst tower, and sulfuric acid is formed when water is added. A mixture of H2SO4 and free SO3 is equivalent to a sulfuric acid concentration of over 100 percent. This mixture is called fuming sulfuric acid or oleum. Checkout for more information: https://chemistry.tutorvista.com/inorganic-chemistry/acids-bases-and-salts.html Follow us at: https://www.facebook.com/tutorvista https://twitter.com/TutorVista
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This video shows you how to write the balanced molecular equation between sodium hydroxide and sulfuric acid. It provides info on how to find the complete ionic equation and the net ionic equation. The reaction between NaOH and H2SO4 produces water and sodium sulfate.
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In this video we will look at the equation for H2SO4 + H2O and write the products. There are two reactions we need to consider since both of the hydrogens can dissociate. When we add H2SO4 to H2O the H2SO4 will dissociate and break into H+ and SO4 2-. Since the H+ (often called a “proton”) and the SO4- are dissolved in water we can call them H+ (aq) and SO4- (aq). The aq stands for aqueous – something that is dissolved in water. That leaves us with HSO4- which will also dissociate in water. But HSO4- is a weak acid. So only some of the H atoms will dissociate. Note that this is an equilibrium reaction. Some of the HSO4- changes to SO4 2- but some of the SO42- changes back. So HSO4- is only partially dissociated. Finally, when placed in water the H+ will combine with H2O to form H3O+, the hydronium ion. So another way to write H+ (aq) is as H3O+ . Drawing/writing done in InkScape. Screen capture done with Camtasia Studio 4.0. Done on a Dell Dimension laptop computer with a Wacom digital tablet (Bamboo).
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Sugar and Sulfuric Acid - Cool Science Experiments with Home Science Watch this cool science experiment with Sulfuric Acid and Sugar. Sulfuric acid (96%) is mixed with sugar, which is attacked by the acid. The final products are carbon, water vapor, and sulfur dioxide gas.
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Oh no! Halide ions and sulphuric acid are horrible! Not any more. Explore this video to find out a neat way of working out the reduction of sulphuric acid reactions and remembering the products of these reactions.
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Discussion on selective discharge during electrolysis of aqueous sulfuric acid, covering concepts involved in O-Level Chemistry. More videos at http://metatutor.weebly.com/
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This organic chemistry video tutorial discusses the mechanism of the reaction between an alkene and H2SO4 sulfuric acid with and without water - H2O to create a sulfonic acid functional group. It also shows how the sulfonic acid group can be removed with the use of boiling water. This video contains examples and practice problems with carbocation rearrangements such as the hydride shift and methyl shift.
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A short tutorial on purifying the dark, industrial-grade sulfuric acid available at hardware stores like OSH and Lowes. The chemistry: After a little thinking, I concluded a likely source of contamination to be the carbon-based lubricants used for the machinery during the production process. Due to sulfuric acid's strong affinity for water, I reasoned that the acid stripped the lubricant of its hydrogen and oxygen components (akin to the way it dehydrates sugar), leaving the carbon suspended in the acid. At this point, the job of removing the impurities became much easier: I simply needed to find a way to remove the carbon from the acid. I quickly found that the only viable method was to oxidize the carbon to carbon dioxide, which could be easily liberated from the acid via heating. I reasoned that heating would also serve to remove excess water from the acid, concentrating it to its azeotropic concentration. I thus discovered the process for purifying dark, storebought sulfuric acid into a clean and colorless product, suitable for nearly all chemical applications. The video illustrates the process in a concise and straight-forward manner. Enjoy.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation The chemical equation for aluminum reacting with excess sulfuric acid over water will require you to look at all of your agents equally. Find out about the chemical reaction for aluminum reacting with excess sulfuric acid over water with help from an experienced chemistry and science professional in this free video clip. Expert: Robin Higgins Filmmaker: bjorn wilde Series Description: Chemistry is a valuable skill to have for a number of different reasons, even long after you've left the classroom for the last time. Find out about chemistry with help from an experienced chemistry and science professional in this free video series.
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Sulfuric acid has many applications, and is one of the top products of the chemical industry. World production in 2001 was 165 million tonnes, with an approximate value of US$8 billion. Principal uses include lead-acid batteries for cars and other vehicles, ore processing, fertilizer manufacturing, oil refining, wastewater processing, and chemical synthesis. Sulfuric acid (sulphuric acid in British English) is a strong mineral acid with the molecular formula H2SO4. It is soluble in water at all concentrations. In industrial use, although sulfuric acid is non-flammable, contact with metals in the event of a spillage can lead to the liberation of hydrogen gas. The dispersal of acid aerosols and gaseous sulfur dioxide is an additional hazard of fires involving sulfuric acid. Sulfuric acid is not considered toxic besides its obvious corrosive hazard, and the main occupational risks are skin contact leading to burns (see above) and the inhalation of aerosols. Exposure to aerosols at high concentrations leads to immediate and severe irritation of the eyes, respiratory tract and mucous membranes: this ceases rapidly after exposure, although there is a risk of subsequent pulmonary edema if tissue damage has been more severe. At lower concentrations, the most commonly reported symptom of chronic exposure to sulfuric acid aerosols is erosion of the teeth, found in virtually all studies. In the laboratory, the corrosive properties of sulfuric acid are accentuated by its highly exothermic reaction with water. Burns from sulfuric acid are potentially more serious than those of comparable strong acids (e.g. hydrochloric acid), as there is additional tissue damage due to dehydration and particularly secondary thermal damage due to the heat liberated by the reaction with water. The standard first aid treatment for acid spills on the skin is, as for other corrosive agents, irrigation with large quantities of water. Washing is continued for at least ten to fifteen minutes to cool the tissue surrounding the acid burn and to prevent secondary damage. Contaminated clothing is removed immediately and the underlying skin washed thoroughly. Preparation of the diluted acid can also be dangerous due to the heat released in the dilution process. The concentrated acid is always added to water and not the other way round, to take advantage of the relatively high heat capacity of water. Addition of water to concentrated sulfuric acid leads to the dispersal of a sulfuric acid aerosol or worse, an explosion. For more information on the workplace hazards of sulfuric acid, go to http://18.104.22.168/niosh/ipcsneng/neng0362.html . This is clipped from the 1930 US Bureau of Mines silent film, Sulphur. The Texas Gulf Sulphur Company assisted with the film. The entire film is available at the US National Archive.
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Find a mindmap here. http://franklychemistry.co.uk/simply_mechanisms/4_Simply_Mechanisms_Electrophilic_Add_H2SO4.pdf One in a series of videos looking at organic chemistry mechanisms. This one looks at the electrophilic addition mechanism for propene reacting with concentrated sulphuric acid. It explains the mechanism in detail, with the help of simple animations and molecular models. The H2SO4 molecule has two significantly polar O-H bonds. The C=C double bond is made up of a sigma and pi bond. All atoms attached to the C=C double bond in propene lie on the same flat plane. The pair of electrons of the pi bond spend most of their time either above or below this plane. They are more exposed to incoming electrophiles and the pi bond is weaker than the sigma bond. The propene molecule is an asymmetric alkene and this means there are two possible products: propy hydrogensulfate and isopropyl hydrogensulfate. This is a 2-step mechanism. In the first step -slow step- rate-determining step - the pi bond breaks and one of the H-O- bonds of the acid breaks. The H-O bond breaks by way of heterolytic fission, meaning that both electrons of the bond go to the O atom of the OSO3H ion. This creates an :OSO3H- ion and a H+ electrophile. The pair of electrons of the pi bond are then used to form a bond with the H+ electrophile. The other carbon of the C=C bond will have lost the electron it contributed to form the original pi bond. It will then have a positive charge, explaining why the intermediate, formed from the first step, is called a carbocation. As propene is an asymmetric alkene it is possible to form either a primary carbocation or a secondary carbocation. Alkyl groups are ‘electron-donating’, helping to offset the electron-deficiency of the carbocations. The secondary carbocation is less unstable than the primary carbocation as it has 2 alkyl groups attached to the C+, whereas the primary carbocation has just 1. In the fast step the hydrogen sulfate ion and carbocation then combine to form the product. isopropyl hydrogensulfate is the major product as it forms via the secondary carbocation intermediate. propyl hydrogensulfate is the minor product as it forms via the primary carbocation. A reaction profile diagram helps to illustrate why the reaction is more likey to proceed via the secondary carbocation. Markovnikov’s Rule: That which has gets, tells us that the carbon of the C=C bond with the most H atoms directly attached to it is the most likely to get the H of the H-OSO3H.
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Stories of gruesome murders and a classic demonstration of sulfuric acid and sugar. More links in description below ↓↓↓ Support Periodic Videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/periodicvideos A video on every element: http://bit.ly/118elements More at http://www.periodicvideos.com/ Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/periodicvideos And on Twitter at http://twitter.com/periodicvideos From the School of Chemistry at The University of Nottingham: http://bit.ly/NottChem Periodic Videos films are by video journalist Brady Haran: http://www.bradyharanblog.com Join Brady's mailing list for updates and extra stuff --- http://eepurl.com/YdjL9
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This organic chemistry video tutorial provides the mechanism of the acid catalyzed alcohol dehydration of 1-butanol and 2-butanol using H2SO4 - Sulfuric Acid. These reactions proceed via an E2 and E1 mechanism respectively.
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The #1 preferred drain opener in the professional market, Buster 93% Inhibited Virgin Sulfuric Acid out performs competitive alkaline products in this demonstration by Theochem Laboratories, Inc. Professional Strength Buster Drain Opener powers through the toughest clogs, including hair, paper, rags, food and other organic matter. When used as directed, Buster is the most effective product in virtually all drains, reacting instantly to dissolve your clog.
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Sulfuric acid (sulphuric acid in British English) is a strong mineral acid with the molecular formula H2SO4. It is soluble in water at all concentrations. Sulfuric acid has many applications, and is one of the top products of the chemical industry. World production in 2001 was 165 million tonnes, with an approximate value of US$8 billion. Principal uses include lead-acid batteries for cars and other vehicles, ore processing, fertilizer manufacturing, oil refining, wastewater processing, and chemical synthesis. In industrial use, although sulfuric acid is non-flammable, contact with metals in the event of a spillage can lead to the liberation of hydrogen gas. The dispersal of acid aerosols and gaseous sulfur dioxide is an additional hazard of fires involving sulfuric acid. Sulfuric acid is not considered toxic besides its obvious corrosive hazard, and the main occupational risks are skin contact leading to burns (see above) and the inhalation of aerosols. Exposure to aerosols at high concentrations leads to immediate and severe irritation of the eyes, respiratory tract and mucous membranes: this ceases rapidly after exposure, although there is a risk of subsequent pulmonary edema if tissue damage has been more severe. At lower concentrations, the most commonly reported symptom of chronic exposure to sulfuric acid aerosols is erosion of the teeth, found in virtually all studies. In the laboratory, the corrosive properties of sulfuric acid are accentuated by its highly exothermic reaction with water. Burns from sulfuric acid are potentially more serious than those of comparable strong acids (e.g. hydrochloric acid), as there is additional tissue damage due to dehydration and particularly secondary thermal damage due to the heat liberated by the reaction with water. The standard first aid treatment for acid spills on the skin is, as for other corrosive agents, irrigation with large quantities of water. Washing is continued for at least ten to fifteen minutes to cool the tissue surrounding the acid burn and to prevent secondary damage. Contaminated clothing is removed immediately and the underlying skin washed thoroughly. Preparation of the diluted acid can also be dangerous due to the heat released in the dilution process. The concentrated acid is always added to water and not the other way round, to take advantage of the relatively high heat capacity of water. Addition of water to concentrated sulfuric acid leads to the dispersal of a sulfuric acid aerosol or worse, an explosion. For more information on the workplace hazards of sulfuric acid, go to http://22.214.171.124/niosh/ipcsneng/neng0362.html . This is clipped from the 1930 US Bureau of Mines silent film, Sulphur. The Texas Gulf Sulphur Company assisted with the film. The entire film is available at the US National Archive.
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Electrolysis is a process of decomposition of an electrolyte by an electric current. This video is created by http://www.onlinetuition.com.my/ More videos and free notes are available at http://spmchemistry.onlinetuition.com.my/
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Sulfuric acid also known as oil of vitriol, battery acid, and king of chemicals produced using contact process used in the manufacture of fertilizers, explosives, dyes, petroleum products, lead-acid batteries
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Zn + H2SO4 - This video shows you how to write the balanced chemical equation and the net ionic equation between zinc metal sulfuric acid.
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We show 3 ways to make nitric acid based on two different chemical approaches both of which can be done using easily accessible materials. Warning: The procedures in this video produce large quantities of toxic gases and deal with highly corrosive acids. All work must be performed in a fume hood with proper safety equipment. And all apparatus must be glass to withstand the acids. Chemically, nitric acid is made by bubbling nitrogen dioxide into water. So the objective in this approach is to generate nitrogen dioxide. This can be done by reacting hydrochloric acid, a nitrate salt and copper. Around 80grams of sodium nitrate, over 30 grams of copper and 100mL of hydrochloric acid (37% 12M) are the quantities needed. The exact amount isn't critical. For usable concentrations, the amount of water being converted should be small, around 20-50mL. Any source of nitrate is usable including potassium nitrate, ammonium nitrate and even nitrate-based fertilizers. You can use our previous video on testing for nitrates if you want to determine if yours can be used. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5M3rUqaEYs The tricky part now is leading the gas into water. Two approaches are shown in the video. In the first approach three containers, such as jars are place inside each other to force the gas to go into the water. This is very inefficient but is very simple to do. The better approach is to lead the gas out of the generator through a tube and into a chilled container of water. The water that's converted into nitric acid can be replaced with hydrogen peroxide for better yield. The chemical waste that's generated contains the valuable copper used before and recovering it is worthwhile due to todays high copper prices. This is simply done by putting in enough aluminum metal that it reacts with all the acids and copper in solution to create a slurry of copper. This can be filtered to obtain a residue of copper. Its highly contaminated but can still be used to make more nitric acid. For further information on the chemistry type "copper and nitric acid" into google. The hydrochloric acid and nitrate salt behave as nitric acid (with nitrate from the salt and protons from the hydrochloric acid) and dissolve the copper releasing nitrogen dioxide gas. You can use other concentrations of hydrochloric acid but you need to decrease the amount of water added to keep the concentrations the same. Finally, the last way of making pure nitric acid is to react concentrated sulfuric acid and a pure nitrate salt (NOT fertilizer) and heat it in a glass distillation apparatus to distill over the pure nitric acid. Stoichiometric quantities of both reagents are recommended for maximum yield. We get our glassware from chemglass or VWR
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This activity studies the reaction between metals and acids by dropping some zinc granules into dilute hydrochloric acid and dilute sulphuric acid. In each case, a gas is released and when this gas is tested with a matchstick flame, we get a characteristic popping sound and see that the matchstick burns more brightly. This indicates that the gas produced is hydrogen. Zinc forms the salt zinc sulphate with sulphuric acid and zinc chloride with hydrochloric acid and releases hydrogen gas in both cases. In general, a metal reacts with an acid to form a salt and releases hydrogen gas.
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#iitutor #Chemistry #IndustrialChemistry https://www.iitutor.com The process of Frasch process is obtain Sulfuric Acid. The students learn to describe the processes used to extract sulfur from mineral deposits, identifying the properties of sulfur which allow its extraction and analysing potential environmental issues that may be associated with its extraction, outline the steps and conditions necessary for the industrial production of H2SO4 from its raw materials, describe the reaction conditions necessary for the production of SO2 and SO3 apply the relationship between rates of reaction and equilibrium conditions to the production of SO2 and SO3. The students gather, process and present information from secondary sources to describe the steps and chemistry involved in the industrial production of H2SO4 and use available evidence to analyse the process to predict ways in which the output of sulfuric acid can be maximised. CD5311 http://youtu.be/WRCR64dg6nY
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doing a distillation of sulfuric acid based drain opener. I use my furnace to heat the flask and an air condenser. It went surprisingly smoothly with almost no bumping and a decent drip rate. the density of the end product correlates to the azeotropic 98% H2SO4. See more on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/profile/4uBPC9RCH6e9/ And minds: https://www.minds.com/EnergyUnleashed
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