Shared July 24, 2018
Watch the original video in Spanish here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2Vkv...
This video is about how the physics and chemistry of sugar (in particular, how it melts, and how it caramelizes) is more complicated than you might think. It involves fructose, sucrose, glucose, and a sticky mess.
Gallium melting footage by WorkshopScience
Chill Day by LAKEY INSPIRED
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