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Welcome to dOvetastic Microwave Theater. Today your professional microwave operator will be microwaving a Elemental Gallium for your viewing ... Newer version of our gallium video at Gallium is element number 31 on the periodic table. Its melting point is just 303K (just ... Our updated video about Gallium includes an experiment called "the beating heart" and news of a breakthrough in a our very own labs ... Have you ever dreamed of melting down a metal with nothing more than your fingers? Here is your chance. Gallium is a fun metal capable of breaking ... Tea-spoon made of gallium melts in hot tea. We show how a normally strong and robust coke can is turned into the equivalent of wet tissue paper with gallium. If you want some gallium ... Here is a video showing some properties of Galinstan, a Gallium/Indium/Tin alloy that is liquid at room temperature. This stuff is pretty much non ... This is a two-part video series that will demonstrate me making a Gallium - Aluminum - Magnesium alloy and then puttting it in water. - Great for demonstration purposes (chemistry classes). The gallium in the mold has solidified into a spoon! it sounds ... Eutectic alloy of Gallium and Indium made by touching of two pieces of metals.

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