Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms (Chemistry)

Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms (Chemistry)
Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms (Chemistry)
Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms (Chemistry)
Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms (Chemistry)
Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms (Chemistry)
Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms (Chemistry)
Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms (Chemistry)
Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms (Chemistry)
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Seaweed Caviar & Instant Worms by Bryce Hixson
Colored alginate (liquefied brown seaweed) is dropped and drizzled into a solution of calcium chloride. When the alginate hits the solution, it instantly polymerizes a skin that surrounds the liquid, forming what appears to be small egg-like caviar and worms. Wonderful polymer reaction and a great example of a chemical change.
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