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Freezing by Boiling (Science Experiments in Videos)

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This is a series of science experiments in videos covering concepts taught in Schools and High Schools.

Freezing by Boiling - Science Theater 06
It seems unnatural, but the laws of physics don't lie. Liquids require heat to boil, and if the conditions are right one liquid can be boiled in order to freeze a second. Under a vacuum, the water in an acetone/water mixture can freeze while the acetone boils.
Free Fall - Science Theater 07
What does it feel like to float in outer space? How do satellites orbit the Earth? These mysteries, and more, are explained in this short video about gravity, orbits, and free fall.

Packing Peanuts - Science Theater 08
The mystery of styrofoam packing peanuts is revealed in this shocking episode
Newton's 3rd Law - Science Theater 09
How can a rocket engine lift itself off the ground? Push a wall and you will be pushed back. Newton's Third Law of Motion states that every force has an equal force applied in the opposite direction. If air, trapped in a fire extinguisher, is "thrown" backwards by releasing it

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