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Chemistry 9.3 Hydrates

A lesson on hydrated compounds. Efflorescent vs Hygroscopic substances are discussed as well as deliquescent substances.

Deliquescent Drying Technology

Deliquescent Drying Technology HD

Lisa Mauer

Lisa Mauer, an Associate Professor of Food Science at Purdue University, explains deliquescence, a phase transformation in which humidity causes certain subs...

SchoolFreeware Science Video 12 - Make Gummy Bears Bigger - Hygroscopic Substance

The items needed are gummy bears and cups of water. Two types of gummy bears are used. The bears are placed in the cups of water. Gummy bears are a hygroscop...

Behaviour of fixed bed with Newton's Water Trap Briquettes

in deliquescent technology, drying agent used (rock salt, calcium chloride, sodim hydroxide) is high important as shape of the product. this video shows big ...

hygroscopic salt demonstration

Salt absorbs water from the air. In this demo, a 0.2" salt crystal is held just above the surface of a cucumber, and over the course of six hours, adsorbs en...

Ultrasonic Cavitation Slimming With Tripolar RF and Bipolar RF Beauty Machine

For more product information and price, please enquire: inquiry@gbsaesthetic.com or visit: www.gbsaesthetic.com This newly developed ultrasonic cavitation sh...

How to make a Desiccator Bag for Drying Chemicals

In this video we make a desiccator bag for thoroughly drying hygroscopic chemicals. Some chemicals are hygroscopic, meaning they absorb water from the air an...

How to Make Glow Powder with Household Chemicals

Jeri shows how to make ZnS:CU glow powder at home with household chemicals. Reaction 1: Flowers of sulfur(sublimated sulfur) + Zn + Cu(penny from 1982 or new...

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