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Make instant hot-ice with a single touch
posted January 10 2011 21:49.35 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Chemistry rules! I wish i knew more than plain basics. Youtube user monkeyfunky has this video, in which he demonstrates how can someone make instant hot ice with a simple finger touch. The materials needed are not very expensive and are easy to find. Actually, you will only need sodium accitate. Watch the following video to see how you can make it yourself!

[Link: monkeyfunky]
Tags: chemistry   diy   games and fun   experiments   science   

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