THE HEAT IS ON !!

Heating Coffee with Chemical Energy !!!

REVOLUTIONARY USE OF CALCIUM CHLORIDE !!!

Have you ever longed for a hot drink or meal but had no fire or stove to hand?


Let us show you a revolutionary technique to use chemical reactions to heat drinks using "CALCIUM CHLORIDE ANHYDROUS":


Step 1. Water and anhydrous calcium chloride can be incorporated in an plastic or glass container and then brought into contact with each other by dissolution, which causes the seal between the two materials to rupture.

Step 2. The heat evolved in the dissolution of the calcium chloride can then be used to heat a beverage such as coffee, tea or soup.

Conclusion:

When calcium chloride is dissolved in water, heat is evolved since calcium chloride has a negative heat of solution. The amount of energy available depends on the concentration of crystal water; a completely anhydrous calcium chloride contains the most energy.