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Fun science at work

01/11/07 | by Adam | Categories: YouTube

First link is to a demonstration of a tub of sulfur hexafluoride (transparent heavier than air gas) causing a silverfoil boat to float in mid-air.

Second link is to unexpected behaviour of liquids under various conditions.

(Via BoingBoing)

 

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Comment from: dena [Member]  
dena

Oooh! I *like* those! I am definitely going to find ways of incorporating those video links into my Chem courses this next term… :D

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