Amazing scientific experiments that will blow your mind || You can repeat them at home YOURSELF!

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Amazing water experiments you’ve never seen before Hi folks. We always see water as a way to wash, quench our thirst, or cook. But, did you know that there are a bunch of other things you can do with water? Yup. Today we’ll show you some brilliant water experiments you can try at home. They’re easy to follow, and you get to test your scientific curiosity. You can use M&M’s, place them in a ceramic tray, and then pour water in the middle. You’ll see the colors slowly fade into a magical pattern. We’re also trying the hot vs. cold water balloon experiment using a plastic bottle. Which of the two inflates the balloon, and which one deflates it? Watch the video to find out. Speaking of balloons, did you know you can squeeze some lemon juice on an inflated balloon, and it will pop? Watch until the end to discover a bunch more experiments you can try.


1:06 — Water VS. candy floss
3:09 — A trick that won’t spill your drink
3:26 — Balloon VS. citrus fruit
4:51 — How to make Newtonian Fluid
6:45 — Cool water experiment
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