MythBusters: Blowing Up A Bathtub
2m 49s
science
chemistry
alkali metals
chemical properties
reactivity

The MythBusters have already debunked the myth that a few grams of caesium (Cs) or rubidium (Rb) will cause a hand grenade-sized explosion in a toilet. To further test the myth, they increase the amount to 2.5 kilograms and run the test in a bathtub with sodium (Na) and potassium (K).

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