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Refrigerators and Chemical Reactions

What does a refrigerator have to do with chemical reactions*? Watch the video to find out.
*A clock reaciton kit was used in the video. You can order one here.

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    A refrigerant, does heat result in a chemical change within them causing their states to change to a gas and vise versa. There gravity and a chemical reaction begins and cooling is accomplished.

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I like the analogy!

August 20, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLuke

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