No, seriously, you'll need chemical know-how and a safe lab environment, so don't try anything at home.
1. Melt aluminum and make it splat using an electromagnet.
2. Dump liquid nitrogen into a pool.
3. Freeze lightning into what's known as a Lichtenberg Figure.
4. Smash a flower that's been frozen with liquid nitrogen.
5. Make chemical fireflies.
6. Summon a warlock with a trimethyl borate wildfire.
7. Trap your hand in hot ice, or sodium acetate trihydrate.
8. Light some salts of chloride and methanol.
9. Make purple smoke with iodine and a light sprinkle of magnesium powder.
10. Create a gummy bear fireball with potassium chlorate.
11. Grow silver crystals on copper.
12. Hail a Pharaoh's serpent with mercury(II) thiocyanate.
13. Drop rubidium into water that contains an indicator.
14. Pour water into burning oil.
15. Make a cube float using a conductive surface that's been cooled with liquid nitrogen.
16. Quantum lock a superconductor.
17. Watch the world burn.
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