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Midas' Magic

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Instructor: Bassam Shakhashiri, Jessica Harrop

Mix these two clear and colorless liquids—that both look just like water—and the result is anything but clear and colorless.

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Chemistry Behind the Magic

Chemistry Behind the Magic

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