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Death of a Gummy Bear

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Instructor: John Dolhuh, Jessica Harrop

A gummy bear may not be big, but its few grams of sugar contain a lot of energy. Find out how much by combusting one lone gummy in a test tube.

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Chemistry Behind the Magic

Chemistry Behind the Magic

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