Posts Tagged ‘freezing’

Shooting Boiling Water from a Water Gun at 41 Degrees Below Zero (Video)

Shooting Boiling Water from a Water Gun at 41 Degrees Below Zero (Video)

It’s already known that boiling water instantly freezes (or evaporates?) at -41°C (which is basically the same as -41°F ). But the experiment wasn’t done with a water gun before. Canadian guy from South Porcupine, Ontario, did it:

Soap Bubble Freezing at -30 Celsius (Video)

Soap Bubble Freezing at -30 Celsius (Video)

Watch how ice crystals form on a soap bubble at -30 Celsius.

Evaporating Water Experiment at -41°C (Video)

Evaporating Water Experiment at -41°C (Video)

So, water changes state at different temperatures…who knew!? No, but seriously, that was pretty cool.

Brinicle – Underwater Icicle of Death (Video)

Brinicle – Underwater Icicle of Death (Video)

Brinicle is an underwater icicle or ‘finger of death’ that freezes everything in its path. The unusual phenomenon has been captured for the first time by BBC film-makers. The video was recorded using a special time-lapse camera that caught the brinicle’s entire formation process.