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Money in the blender extracts iron [Experiment]
posted March 5 2013 19:54.06 by Giorgos Lazaridis

If you have a dollar to spare, go through this experiment yourself! Otherwise watch the following video, and you will see how you can reveal the hidden detectable iron from within the money paper...

[Link: Spangler Science]

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