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Instant freezing water revealed!
posted March 26 2011 21:12.17 by Giorgos Lazaridis

There are lots of videos in tube channels, demonstrating this instant water freezing phenomenon. The process goes like this: A bottle of water is prepared for the experiment. Then, this bottle is banged, and the water from liquid turns instantly into ice! This video uploaded by veritasium, shows this phenomenon and explains also how it works. Excellent video.

[Link: veritasium]
Tags: how it works   trick   theory/tutorial   crazy photo/video   science   games and fun   experiments   chemistry   revealed   

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  • At 28 March 2011, 18:44:39 user Jorge wrote:   [reply @ Jorge]
    • awesome! :)

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