What happens when you add with these chemicals?
Sugar + Potassium permanganate+ Glycerin.
(i) After adding sugar, potassium permanganate and glycerin to the dish, immediately step back because spark and solid potassium permanganate will be expelled from the dish.
(ii) When potassium permanganate mixes with glycerin, a redox reaction starts. This reaction starts out really slow, but produces a lot of heat, so it will start to speed up bit by bit. As the potassium permanganate oxidises the sugar, it will speed up more and more until it finally starts to smoke and after that it will ignite.
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Fire chemical Reaction
Oxygen + Heat + Fuel = Fire