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Deliquescent Drying Technology

Chemistry 9.3 Hydrates

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

Lisa Mauer

Lisa Mauer, an Associate Professor of Food Science at Purdue University, explains deliquescence, a phase transformation in which humidity causes certain substances to dissolve, changing their...

Deliquescent Drying Technology HD

Pure Substances (Elements & Compounds)

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 hygroscopic substance. Hygroscopic ...

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 advantageous in using shape in Newton's...

Classifying Matter

Mr. Dunn explains how matter is classified into pure and impure substances.

Lithium in Water - Violent Alkaline Reactions and Burning Hydrogen

Lithium (and a small amount of Lithium Oxide) combine to form Lithium Hydroxide (LiOH, a soluble, even hygroscopic white crystaline substance), and Hydrogen Gas (H2). Enjoy! And be sure to...

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