The Liquid Nitrogen Experiment
Brrrrr. There’s cold, there’s dry ice, and then there’s liquid nitrogen. What’s that you ask? You’ll get to see it in action!
Liquid nitrogen freezes thing to -320 degrees Fahrenheit immediately, and in a newly emerged video, an experimenter pours liquid nitrogen on different things, and lets them soak. Afterwards, he either uses a hammer to smash them or crumples them with his bare hands. Talk about awesome!
After pouring the substance on fruits and vegetables, the experimenter soaks different them in a pan full of liquid nitrogen, and we can see the liquid bubbling up, as if it is boiling. It actually is: the boiling temperature for liquid nitrogen is well below room temperature.
For the grand finale, we can see the experimenter flash freeze a can of Pepsi, and smash it with a hammer. Underneath the can, we see coke in a frozen state. Did anyone else crave a slushee seeing this? Or wanted to watch Frozen again?
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