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How glue works? [Physics]
posted March 4 2013 20:48.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Glue compounds are all around us - Super glue, acrylic glue, hotmelt glue... Modern chemistry has developed extremely effective adhesive compounds, but do we know exactly how it works? Frankly speaking no. Watch this video from Headsqueeze to learn about the two main theories behind glues:



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