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Water Balz Jumbo PART 2 Invisible Polymer Balls

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Published on Dec 7, 2013

These giant polymer water balls look like super jumbo orbit. They're polymer balls that are invisible when placed in water. These polymer balls expand until they become huge water balls made of cross linked polymers.
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Warning: Choking Hazard Small Part. Not for children under 3 years of age. Harmful And Dangerous If Swallowed! Keep Away From Children!
Get this Water Balz experiment and many others at http://www.incrediblescience.com Have a ball with this fun polymer science experiment! Watch in amazement as your polymer balls which starts out smaller than a small marble grows to the size of a racquetball when placed in water-all in less than a day! Comes in an array of vibrant colors that hold true, even when hydrated. They roll, and even though they do not bounce, they will explode when thrown or dropped! Drop the balls in water and imagine the endless possibilities as they grow before your eyes!
1) Learn about the incredible properties of polymers as you grow the "balls".
2)Discuss hydrophilic properties and superabsorbent polymers.
3)Determine how fast evaporation will take place and then start the process again. 4)Hypothesize what will happen once the water evaporates from them.
5)Discuss color, light and classification and how these water absorbers can play a huge part in our environment.
6)Experiment with milk, vegetable oil, or salt water. and more...

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