I didn’t expect that!
Most Apple enthusiasts take good care of their gadgets more than anything else, avoiding any possible instance wherein their gadgets might get scratched or damaged. But for this guy, testing the durability of his iPhone7 comes first, even if it means his phone might get permanently damaged.
Using the world’s strongest acid, which is fluoroantimonic acid, he tests if his phone will still turn on after 24 hours of exposure. 12 hours after exposure, he adds other kinds of acid, including sulphuric acid to see what will happen—and the results are totally unexpected!
What is Fluoroantimonic Acid?
The world’s strongest superacid is fluoroantimonic acid, HSbF6. It is formed by mixing hydroge fluoride (HF) and antimony pentafluoride (SbF5). Various mixtures produce the superacid, but mixing equal ratios of the two acids produces the strongest superacid known to man.