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You don’t need to go to school or even a laboratory to experiment with science. You can do it from the comfort of your own home. That’s right, we’re bringing Science class into your living room! Today we have several experiments you should try. They’re entertaining, fun, and will teach you something new. Do you want to make a soap tesseract using bubbles? Then, go ahead and click play! You have hours of fun ahead of you.
Do you know how to move paint from one cotton swab tip to the other? It’s easy, just press on one side and the paint will be absorbed, pass through the plastic tube, and make it to the other side! We’ll also show you a really cool water pressure experiment using a water bottle, and you’ll learn more about liquid density using sugar water of different colors. And last but not least, check out the Mentos and soda explosion at the end of this video!
0:28 – Soap tesseract
2:41 – Cotton swab paint trick
5:35 – Water pressure in a bottle experiment
8:13 – Electrifying levitation using a balloon
11:21 – Sugar water density experiment
11:46 – Mentos and Coca-Cola experiment
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