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SAFETY TIPS FOR TEA BAG ROCKET
• Flammable surfaces: DO NOT light tea bags on a flammable surface. Experiment should be conducted on a fireproof surface, like a metal pan.
• Smoke detectors: Do not light tea bags under or near smoke detectors
• Safety Glasses: Safety glasses should be used
• Touching fire: Do not allow anyone else to touch the lighter or the burning tea bag
• Falling ash: Be aware! Some ashes may be produced from the teabag, and they may fly into the air.
Experiments in this video:
1. making a cloud in your mouth 0:22
2. moving water with static electricity from a balloon 00:40
3. demonstrating the Leidenfrost effect 00:55
4. dipping a can with boiling water into ice water 01:12
5. opening a can with pressure and a marker 01:23
6. raising water level in a jar by putting candle out 01:37
7. re-lighting a candle from the smoke 02:03
8. put out a candle with CO2 from vinegar and baking soda 02:09
9. turning empty tea bags into rockets by lighting on fire (02:30)
10. eating up needles until they’re no longer magnetic (02:55)
11. floating a ping pong on a stream of air from a straw (03:39)
12. balancing forks and a toothpick on a single toothpick (03:44)
13. pouring water from one glass to another with a string (04:02)
14. spinning a hard-boiled egg until it stands up (04:19)
15. using a card to turn a glass with water upside down (04:30)
16. observing properties of corn syrup with polarized lenses (4:35)
17. DIY lava lamp with water, oil, and alka seltzer (04:46)
18. throwing an egg at a sheet (without it breaking) (04:55)
19. creating a non-newtonian fluid that glows with tonic water and cornstarch (05:11)
20. knocking eggs propped up by toilet paper rolls into glasses (05:26)
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