Short out a charged capacitor and you get a nice explosion. The larger the cap, the bigger the explosion.
Yeah, I know. But I remember reading in my youth about the great inventors and inventions. And the doubters who said that steam would never catch on. And that gas lighting in a home would never work. Would burn your house down. And that no one would want dangerous electricity into their homes. And who would ever ride around on a horseless carriage. And I can even remember myself saying back in the seventies, these damn toy computers (PCs) will never work in a business environment!
Indeed. And we might add that carbon and polycarbinate are both wonderful sources for making CO2 in the presence of high temperatures and air.