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Great ideas! My favorite is the Hydrophobic Sand Placed Underwater one.
Glad you liked it!
the sand is very easy to make, just spray the sand with scotch guard.
Mercury thiocyanate – that is quite amazing. Never seen anything similar.
Liar! You’re Nikola Tesla! Of course you have!
It’s what they used to put in those “indoor firework” volcano or snake things. you could get whole sets of them. I loved them as a kid (a long time ago). Now we are deemed too dumb not to eat some of the quite toxic stuff, or maybe even get high on it or make bombs by buying thousands of indoor firework kits. What has the world come to. A demo like that might be enough to inspire a youngster into chemistry.
…misnomer, that’s physics.
Chemistry: The scientific study of the structure, properties, and reactions of the chemical elements and the compounds they form.
Physics: The scientific study of matter, energy, space, and time, and of the relations between them.
conclusion: tis chemistry, dear Watson
call any science physics when taken at the basest level…semantics
The difference between physics and chemistry is their scope of approach, not the topics they enclose. Physics elucidates natural laws by using fundamental principles while chemistry focuses on experimental results. This is why you have fields like, Chemical Physics, Physical Chemistry, Materials Science, Molecular Spectroscopy, Statistical Mechanics, and Experimental Physics that are all idealistically all just physical science, but they’re not.
TL;DR, it’s not a misnomer.
ive had physical chemistry… what a night.
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Awesome post! Thank you.
CAUTION! WARNING! DANGER! Do not try these at home. Your local religious population my find you guilty of practicing the dark arts and slaughter you in your sleep.
ur on crack bro
cinteresting.such fun.where do we go from here
hey annon guy fucck off will ya
definitely dont try this at home.
So I’m just going to throw this out there, the first two are physics phenomena, not chemistry. Anything relating to magnetic fields is inherently physics related, and the LED relates to temperature changes causing the band gap of the diode to shrink.