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Oil drops on hot charcoal in super slow motion video
posted January 12 2011 19:16.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis

You do know what happens when you pour oil drops on a red-hot charcoal, don't you? It ignites in flames. Here is a video from youtube user RyanMatthewSmithMC, who filmed this reaction from a very close distance in slow motion - that is 6280 FPS. Watch the video.

[Link: RyanMatthewSmithMC]
Tags: crazy photo/video   slow motion   fire   

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