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See video Color Change Reaction - Periodic Table of Videos

This miraculous looking 'traffic lights' experiment shows a solution changing color (blue, red, green, red, yellow). The color can then be reversed to red through the addition of oxygen, by pouring it into a another container.

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See video Nuclear Fusion

A presentation by the Institute for Plasma Physics, Germany. Website:

See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_fusion

 

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See video Reactions of Sodium and Potassium with Water

A chemical demonstration of the reaction between Sodium and water and between Potassium and water

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See video A solid that is lighter than air - SEAgel Aerogel

Aerogel (aka frozen or solid smoke) is the lightest solid ever made. It is used for thermal insulation and by NASA to trap space dust particles. This video demonstrates SEAgel, which is so light it can be lifted with static electricity.

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See video Reactions of Rubidium and Cesium in Water

More violent reactions than Potassium and Sodium. See the periodic table: http://www.elementsdatabase.com/Images/periodic_table.gif

 

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See video Tablet added to spherical water drop in microgravity

An experiment aboard to the International Space Station: Alka-Seltzer added to spherical water drop in microgravity.

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See video Supercooled Water

A demonstration of supercooled water 'snap freezing'. When water is supercooled it remains liquid below it's normal freezing point. Shaking it gently can activate the freezing process.

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See video Spraying hot water at -20 degrees Fahrenheit

When you squirt boiling water at -20 degrees Fahrenheit (-29 degrees Celsius) it instantly turns into snow (flash frozen).

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See video Protein synthesis: an epic on the cellular level

Directed in 1971 by Robert Alan Weiss for the Department of Chemistry of Stanford University, this short film continues to be shown in biology class today.

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See video Fun with Sulfur Hexafluoride

SF6 is 6 times heavier than air, and interesting results take place with experimentation.

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