Wood, soaked in a baking soda solution, generates Lichtenberg fractals with the application of 1 kV, then bursts into flame.

Wood, soaked in a baking soda solution, generates Lichtenberg fractals with the application of 1 kV, then bursts into flame.

By Vincent Staverosky and Rachel Grosskrueger for Fall 2015 Team Second.
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