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They only time I have ever heard or seen lycopodium powder was on Mr.
Wizzard. He put the powder ontop of water in a tank, then put his hand
inside of the tank. When he pulled his hand out, it was dry, but full
of powder. What is that really used for?

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lycopodium powder can burn explosively when dispersed in the air. But
usually one only talks about playing with a teaspoon full or so for little
puff flame tricks. A gallon of the stuff is a whole bunch.

Why would one want that much powder?

hmm...


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They only time I have ever heard or seen lycopodium powder was on Mr.
Wizzard. He put the powder ontop of water in a tank, then put his hand
inside of the tank. When he pulled his hand out, it was dry, but full
of powder. What is that really used for?

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wrote:

Where can I purchase lycopodium powder I need about a gallon. TIA



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Hmmmm, I didn't know that. I thought maybe Sal saw the same Mr. Wizard
episode that I did and figured he could move the gravel on the bottom
of his tank without getting his hands wet Makes you wonder.....

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lycopodium powder can burn explosively when dispersed in the air. But
usually one only talks about playing with a teaspoon full or so for little
puff flame tricks. A gallon of the stuff is a whole bunch.

Why would one want that much powder?

hmm...


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They only time I have ever heard or seen lycopodium powder was on Mr.
Wizzard. He put the powder ontop of water in a tank, then put his hand
inside of the tank. When he pulled his hand out, it was dry, but full
of powder. What is that really used for?

In article ,
wrote:

Where can I purchase lycopodium powder I need about a gallon. TIA



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