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CLIP 6655

How does liquid nitrogen change a liquid to a solid?

How does liquid nitrogen change a liquid to a solid?

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Key Info
  • How does liquid nitrogen change a liquid to a solid?
  • Duration: 03:46
  • A science demonstration in W5 in Belfast, showing how material can change from liquid to solid using liquid nitrogen. The young audience learns how to make slime using corn-flour and water. With pressure, this can act like a solid but, left alone, flows like liquid.
  • Subject:



    Grouping and Classifying Materials

  • Keywords: materials, changing, liquids, solids, gases, gas, slime, liquid nitrogen
Ideas for use in class
  • A fun introduction to how materials change, this clip could be used to introduce your own experiments with water and custard powder or corn flour.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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