The cast iron skillet had a lifetime warranty, but in this case its lifespan was rather
The thermite mixture is in a nickel crucible.
Lighting the mixture.
The first signs of smoke.
The iron and nickel atoms turn orange as they try to withstand the unbelievable heat
produced by this reaction.
The reaction is capable of producing temperatures of close to 3000 *C in its surroundings.
You can see a blob of iron atoms that have frozen back.
The crucible is now melted to the skillet.
The underside of the skillet where it had melted right through.