10 Amazing Science Experiments! Compilation


This video is a compilation of 10 cool science experiments.
1. Jet engine in a jar
2. Traveling flame
3. Soapy water and gas
4. Drain cleaner and aluminium foil reaction
5. Brake fluid and pool chlorine
6. Coca Cola and pool chlorine reaction
7. Fire snake
8. Elephant toothpaste
9. Sugar and sulfuric acid reaction
10. Flammable hand sanitizer

Original link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sinQ06YzbJI

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    • When the baking soda gets hot, it makes carbon dioxide gas. The pressure from this gas pushes the carbonate from the burning sugar out of the sand, producing the “black snakes”

  1. I tried the hand sanatizer fire one but it started hurting after about a second. Is there any way to hold the fire for longer than that?

    • It starts hurting because the alcohol is almos gone, other than use more I don’t know. The experiment shows how the fire actually burns the vapors not the liquid, I did the same thing with gasoline when in high school, dipped my hand in gas stood by a water bucket then lit my hand on fire. It was awesome for a few seconds but wen the liquid had mostly become vapor I had to douse my hand because of the heat

  2. hello. I’m making a science project for my school and would like to know how the hand sanitizer on fire works. Why does it lite up? Why doesn’t it consume fast? Why doesn’t it burn (well, it does, but after you keep it on your hand for more than 4 seconds)?

  3. Hi i am having a science fair in school, and i was left astonished by the fire snake, but besause i have to explain it , may you give me a brief idea of the chemical reaction that is behind it? Thanks

  4. hi, i have to make a science show at my school so i would like to know about the soapy water and gas. how does it work and can we use another type of soap other than dishwashng liquid? thank you