A research experiment apparently gone awry caused a 2,000-lb. hydrogen tank to explode in a chemistry building at the University of Missouri at Columbia, injuring four, none critically, The Kansas City Star reported. Officials suspected that the explosion was caused by a spontaneous combustion of gases, including hydrogen and nitrogen.
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