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Vanishing Styrofoam Cups - Sick Science! #101

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Published on Aug 14, 2012

Read the full experiment at http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/e...
Styrofoam is one of the most complex and difficult materials on earth when it comes to decomposition. But, believe it or not, there is a way to make an entire cup of styrofoam vanish in a matter of seconds. It doesn't involve fire, so there's no acrid smoke released, either. It's not actual magic, but knowing the science behind what takes places is pretty darn awesome.

Want more experiments like this? Check out http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/p...

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Comments • 483

M King
continue to add Styrofoam until it is a thick gel and you have a crude napalm. yay science
M2K Swagger
Nail Polish Remover. Try it!
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Jasper Williams
All sorts of various "USDA and FDA Approved" Food Additives.
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Pratik Patel
Haha make a syrophome titanic 
RandomFinFilms
You can use gasoline, not only nail polish remover. duh
Chirs Gagliano
Polish nail polish remover
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AmyKohangg
EVERYONE ACETONE IS THE SAME AS NAIL POLISH REMOVER (YOU USE ALCHOL) 
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Aaron Ondreako
It went into a second dimension!
MaxieSmith479
Doesn't nail polish remover have acetone in it sometimes?
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dee :-D
instead of acetone you can use nail polish remover
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