So I was trying out the sodium acetate trihydrate 'hot ice' experiment, and my 300ml test worked great. So, naturally, more is better right? (cringe)
Now I have a 1000ml in a pyrex beaker cooling down, and I am belatedly wondering if this is going to generate too much heat when I set it off. I'd imagine the beaker itself is safe, I don't imagine it would do anything to the granite countertop, but it is resting on a plastic cutting board, which could conceivably melt.
How much of this can I make before I'm doing something risky?