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  • 10 Best Indoor Plants That Produce Oxygen 24/7 – Ideal Bedroom Plants

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    Heres a list of the top 10 plants for increasing oxygen indoors and these plants not only release oxygen day and night, but also absorb Toxic gases like formaldehyde, benzene and others.
    Scientifically, this happens through Crassulasian Acid Metabolism (CAM) type of photosynthesis can produces oxygen in night. Normally for Oxygen to be release there has to be photosynthesis which occurs only in the presense of light whether natural light or your indoor lights. Here is the list of these plants:

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    8. Peepal Tree – that’s Ficus Religiosa or the sacred fig where the great Gautam Buddha achieved enlightenment according to buddhism: This tree has really interesting facts and myths. People often believe sleeping at night under this tree, you will be found dead in the morning. Sounds funny. Some say this is the tree which release loads of oxygen during day and loads of carbondioxide at night and hence sleeping under this tree will kill the person due to suffocation from excess carbondioxide. Actually this is not true. The peepal tree releases oxygen in the night too, though in smaller amounts.
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  • How To Make Liquid OXYGEN! TKOR Experiments With Homemade Liquid Oxygen & How Oxygen Is Made

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    Have you ever seen Liquid OXYGEN before? In this video we're making a batch, and it's blue! Wondering how to make liquid oxygen at home? Think you have what it takes to make homemade liquid oxygen? We’ve seen experiments where you can make homemade liquid oxygen, but we wanted to know if it was possible at home and if it’s easy. Grant Thompson has done some cool experiments in the past and in this video, we're just experimenting if it is possible to make liquid oxygen. We dive into the chemistry of liquid oxygen. Hopefully this gives you an idea as to whether or not you can make this at home.

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  • How To Make Oxygen Gas At Home? | In Hindi | Unknown Experiments.

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  • Does Concrete Turn to Dust in a Vacuum Chamber? Concrete Without Oxygen Experiment

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  • Liquid Oxygen Experiments

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    Craig Beals shows the amazing properties of liquid oxygen. He makes liquid oxygen by freezing down oxygen gas below -300 degrees F so that it condenses into a liquid then experiments with the liquid oxygen. Experiments include: Rusting steel, combusting food, physical properties of liquid O2.

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  • Opening a Bottle of Liquid Nitrogen Under Water!

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    In this video I took your suggestions and test what happens when I open a bottle of liquid nitrogen under water in a pool! Underwater Drone:

    When I poured liquid nitrogen on the ocean I got a lot of suggestions to see what would happen if I actually opened it while it was under the water. Watch this amazing video of LN2 in a pool under the water.

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  • Water Electrolysis Kit

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    This video demonstrates how to make a Hydrogen balloon using water electrolysis.
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  • How To Make And Capture Pure Oxygen & What To Do With It

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  • What Happens if You Put Sodium on Ice? Does it Still Explode?

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  • Amazing fire experiment | इसे डालते ही आग पकड़ लेगा , पेट्रोल का बाप है | Science experiment in hindi

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    Amazing fire experiment

    White phosphorus:- White phosphorus is a material made from a common allotrope of the chemical element phosphorus that is used in smoke, tracer illumination, and incendiary munitions.As an incendiary weapon, white phosphorus is pyrophoric (self-igniting)

    Carbon disulfide:- Carbon disulfide is a colorless volatile liquid with the formula CS2. The compound is used frequently as a building block in organic chemistry as well as an industrial and chemical non-polar solvent. It has an ether-like odor, but commercial samples are typically contaminated with foul-smelling impurities.[

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  • Make Liquid Oxygen The Easy Way

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    Using liquid nitrogen and an aluminum can, you can make a decent amount of liquid oxygen in just a matter of minutes! With this technique, enough liquid oxygen can be made for cold combustion classroom demonstrations EASILY within ten minutes or less, from start to finish.

    Since the boiling point of nitrogen(-196°C) is lower than that of oxygen (-183°C), and because aluminum is quite efficient at thermal conduction, when an aluminum can contains liquid nitrogen, oxygen from the air will readily condense along the sides. With a very cold place to collect it, liquid oxygen can be dripped into a container and then used for some excellent demonstrations showcasing paramagnetism, concentration effects on kinetics, and some VERY cold combustion!

  • Warning: DO NOT TRY—Seeing How Close I Can Get To a Drop of Neutrons

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  • The giant science experiment hunting for the ghost particle, neutrinos | ABC News

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    Step inside Super Kamiokande. The tank deep underneath a Japanese mountain is helping to capture clues to the origins of life.

    Neutrinos are tiny, ghost-like particles. They come from different sources, like our sun and nuclear reactors. They also come from supernovae. Supernovae contain the building blocks of life, so by studying neutrinos, we can explore our own origins.

    But we don’t actually know what neutrinos look like — they’re smaller than an atom, and they travel at the speed of light. So spotting them is virtually impossible.

    That’s where Super Kamiokande comes in. This $140 million science experiment is a massive water tank. Lining the tank walls are gold-hued detectors called photomultiplier tubes. They’re super sensitive – if they were on the moon, they would be able to see a match being lit from Earth. They work as lightbulbs in reverse, and they’re the key to spotting a neutrino. When a neutrino collides with a water molecule, it creates a miniscule flash, setting off the detectors.

    But the PMTs aren’t sensitive enough – the tank is getting a major upgrade so the detectors will be able to look 35,000 times further into space. The water in the tank is also getting a change – scientists are adding the element gadolinium to the water.

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  • Science Experiments with Potassium Permanganate | Szydlos At Home Science

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    Andrew takes us on a journey to London's Shepherd's Bush Market in 1960, exploring the splendid chemistry of potassium permanganate. Along the way, he will explore redox reactions, colour changes and even the “devil’s element”, phosphorus.
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    In this experiment I made oxygen and it filled up the flask. Then I lit a piece of wood on fire and I waved it to get rid of the flame. Now the end of the stick is charred and glowing. When the glowing tip is introduced to the oxygen the stick relights again. The wooden splint test is a classic way of testing for oxygen. This works because to have a fire you need fuel, oxygen and heat. Well, the fuel is the wood, the flask is filled with oxygen and the heat is from the hot glowing end of the stick.

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  • Science Experiments From Home: Pasta Rocket

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    WHAT YOU NEED:
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    2) Mix in yeast and stir
    3) Quickly put seal container with lid
    4) Light the end of the noodle with lighter
    5) Ready for liftoff

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    There are 3 types of rocket engines: solid fuel, liquid fuel, and hybrid engines (a combo of a solid fuel source and a liquid or gaseous oxidizer). In this experiment the pasta is the solid fuel source, and pure oxygen gas is the oxidizer, which is produced by the chemical reaction that occurs between the hydrogen peroxide and yeast.

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  • HOW TO SEPARATE HYDROGEN AND OXYGEN FROM WATER

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  • Candle oxygen experiment

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    This is a fun visual demonstration for kids of how fire needs oxygen to burn. Place two candles inside of cups (or jars), and see which goes out first - the one in the smaller jar, or the larger jar? Learn more about this experiment:

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  • High efficiency oxygen dissolver

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    The pioneering features of Lanling pure oxygen dissolved oxygenator:
    In order to use oxygen to oxygen to the water body to open up a new path. Blue Ling water treatment equipment carried out bold ideas and a lot of experiments. A pioneering invention of a wasteless pure oxygen dissolver. It has a special reactor and oxygen cylinder connection, which uses only a small amount of electricity to mix and dissolve water and oxygen. The water with high dissolved oxygen flows out from the bottom of the device, and the effluent does not contain air bubbles, and bubbles do not escape. The equipment controls the water level in the vessel through a fully automatic control system. Thereby preventing pure oxygen leakage. The effluent value of the equipment effluent is high but there are no bubbles. Pure oxygen is not wasted.
    In theory, adding 1 PPM of dissolved oxygen to 1000 cubic meters of water requires 1 kg of pure oxygen. But in fact, according to the traditional method of aeration, the weight of pure oxygen consumed can reach 60 kg. That is to say, the use of ordinary nano-aeration tubes and jets to increase oxygen in the water body, in fact, the utilization rate of pure oxygen does not exceed 5%. Pure oxygen dissolved oxygen can achieve 100% utilization of pure oxygen. Significantly reduce the cost of oxygen and the labor costs of replacing oxygen cylinders.
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    In the application of the soil pond, the first pure oxygen dissolved oxygen generator has a flow rate of 13T/H, which is driven by a pump with a power of 1.85 kW. The influent dissolved oxygen is 6.7ppm, and the dissolved oxygen in the effluent is up to 25.3ppm. The utilization rate of pure oxygen is over 80%.
    After the dissolved oxygen water was left for 24 hours, the dissolved oxygen remained at a high level.
    Whether it is dissolved oxygen efficiency or overall energy consumption, it has a qualitative leap than the previous oxygenation method.
    The pure oxygen dissolved oxygen generator has a high dissolved oxygen content and can be mixed and diluted with the effluent in the filtration system. In recirculating aquaculture. We recommend that the pure oxygen dissolved oxygen generator be placed at the front end of the biofilter. After the high dissolved oxygen water flows to the biofilter, it will contribute to the rapid propagation of aquatic probiotics.

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  • Hydrogen gas popping test by HCl and Zinc in a single displacement reaction

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    In this video, Zinc and hydrochloric acid is mixed in to produce hydrogen gas. The Hydrogen gas is collected and then ignited to hear a pop noise.

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  • Testing A Possible Origin To Alchemy: The Golden Rain Experiment

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    I've had this idea for a few years that the Golden Rain experiment (a double displacement reaction between potassium iodide and lead nitrate) might be one of the early inspirations for alchemy and the idea that lead might be transformed into gold. In this video I attempt to make all of the compounds required for this reaction from ingredients that would have been accessible in ancient history.

    One of the key ingredients, lead nitrate, would not have been available at the time according to my research (please leave a comment below if you have information showing otherwise), so instead I attempt to use lead acetate which I was able to make via acetic acid in vinegar. I believe the most likely ancient source of an iodine component is the ash from burnt seaweed. While I myself was only able to extract a small amount of iodine from ground kelp (you will see in this video that I supplement my yield with commercially made potassium iodide) you can see a more successful extraction on the channel Cody's Lab to prove a larger quantity is possible:

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  • Easy Graphene Made in Bulk - Electrochemical Exfoliation

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    2 of the most exciting carbon based materials currently being investigated by researchers are carbon nanotubes, and graphene. Adding small amounts of these to other materials can radically change the materials properties. From making highly conductive inks, to super strong materials, and even to computers, it seems the whole scientific world is trying to use these materials in one way or another. But how can they be manufactured? Of the two graphene is far easier to make as it can be harvested from naturally occurring materials. In this video we explore the easier way to make it in bulk and use a simple electrochemical method to shear the microscope layers of natural graphite apart into individual graphene sheets.

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    H2 is produced in chemistry and biology laboratories, often as a by-product of other reactions; in industry for the hydrogenation of unsaturated substrates; and in nature as a means of expelling reducing equivalents in biochemical reactions.
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    In the laboratory, H2 is usually prepared by the reaction of acids on metals such as zinc with Kipp's apparatus.
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    The electrolysis of water is a simple method of producing hydrogen. A low voltage current is run through the water, and gaseous oxygen forms at the anode while gaseous hydrogen forms at the cathode. Typically the cathode is made from platinum or another inert metal when producing hydrogen for storage. If, however, the gas is to be burnt on site, oxygen is desirable to assist the combustion, and so both electrodes would be made from inert metals. (Iron, for instance, would oxidize, and thus decrease the amount of oxygen given off.) The theoretical maximum efficiency (electricity used vs. energetic value of hydrogen produced) is between 8094%.
    2H2O(aq)-- 2H2(g) + O2(g)
    In 2007, it was discovered that an alloy of aluminium and gallium in pellet form added to water could be used to generate hydrogen. The process also creates alumina, but the expensive gallium, which prevents the formation of an oxide skin on the pellets, can be re-used. This has important potential implications for a hydrogen economy, since hydrogen can be produced on-site and does not need to be transported.

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    Test for Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats:-
    All living things contain organic macromolecules: Fats, proteins, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. Characteristic for these organic molecules is that they are made up of only a small number of elements: carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and to smaller amounts nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfur. They are called macromolecules because they are very large, containing long chains of carbon and hydrogen atoms and often consists of repeating smaller molecules bonded together in a repeating pattern (polymers). Carbohydrates are better known as sugars and starches. A lot of fats function as long-term energy storage. One gram of fat stores more than twice as much energy as one gram of carbohydrates. They are also an important component of the cell membrane and consist of glycerol and fatty acids tails. Proteins are complex, specialized molecules composed of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and sometimes sulfur. The building blocks of proteins are amino acids. Proteins also play an important part in the immune system (antibodies), oxygen transport (hemoglobin) and movement (muscles).

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  • आप पीते हे कोका-कोला || Large Coca-cola VS Coca-cola Zero by jujju Experiment, India vs china

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    Coca-Cola, or Coke, is a carbonated soft drink manufactured by The Coca-Cola Company. Originally intended as a patent medicine, it was invented in the late 19th century by John Stith Pemberton and was bought out by businessman Asa Griggs Candler, whose marketing tactics led Coca-Cola to its dominance of the world soft-drink market throughout the 20th centuries.
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    The admission came after Jeremy Paxman took him to task on the size of servings available in cinemas - some of which contain a staggering 44 teaspoons of sugar.
    When asked by Mr Paxman what good Coca-Cola did its consumers, Mr Quincey said: 'It does have some sugar in it... it has energy, but is it a necessity? No it's not. But millions of people enjoy it as part of their diet across the UK.'
    Mr Quincey also pointed put that a regular can of the drink - which contains 35g or six teaspoons of sugar - was similar in calories to 'a cappuccino or a half a croissant'.
    He stressed that the company was working hard to promote the calorie and sugar content of its products so that consumers could make informed choices.
    But when asked by Mr Paxman if he thought people had any idea how much sugar is in small and large servings of Coke at the cinema, he was forced to reply: 'I think maybe they don't',
    He conceded: 'Things need to change and the bigger cups need to come down,' he said.
    A 'small' cinema serving is said to contain a 23 teaspoons on sugar, while a large contains 44 - 'each to be consumed in a single sitting,' Mr Paxman added.

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    The food we eat is one of the necessary factors in our daily life that provides nutritional support for the human body. Food consists of both organic and inorganic substances. Carbohydrates, fats and proteins are the main organic substances present in the food, which provide energy. One of the main components of our daily diet is carbohydrates. This type of foods includes sugars, starch and fibres. They are composed of sugar molecules that contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Proteins are large biological molecules made up of large number of amino acid units. Because of the complex nature of protein, our body takes a longer time to break down protein molecules. Fats are complex molecules made up of fatty acids and glycerol. Our body needs fats for growth and energy.

    This video explains how to detect the presence of carbohydrates, protein and fats and to show their presence in suitable plant and animal materials.

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    We need oxygen to survive. Oxygen is the driving element behind cellular respiration, which helps us convert the food we eat into energy our bodies can use. But did you know that pure oxygen is poisonous to our bodies? Breathing 100% oxygen can actually do more harm than good if we aren't careful. For this reason scuba divers, astronauts, or anyone hooked up to artificial breathing needs to be very careful! #HowThingsWork #LearnHowScience


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