Colorful Chemical Garden
Colorful chemical gardens look great. Like an aquarium. However, the aquarium contains fish, and it contains colorful plant-like chemicals.
A large square clear glass jar, one pound of approximate water-glass (sodium silicate copper sulphate (blue crystal), ferrous sulphate (light green crystal ferric chloride (yellowish brown crystal), zinc sulfate) and cobalt (white) Nitrate crystals
Pour a moderate amount of water glass solution into a square clean glass jar, add two teaspoons of water glass powder to a cup of hot water and stir with a spoon to get a clear solution of water glass.
Pour three-quarters of the glass jar to cool the solution. All the chemical compounds described in the material after cooling, put two or three crystals of them in water glass jars. Leave it in the solution and wait for at least seven to eight hours. Do not move the glass jar at all during that time.
I forgot to say. Another thing should have been done earlier. That is, fill the empty part of the glass jar solution with distilled water from side to side and shake the solution with a spoon to cover the glass jar with a glass lid.
Whatever, at the end of the specified time you will see that, inside the glass jar. A beautiful chemical garden has been created by accumulating chemical substances resembling colorful plants.
Wondering how the chemical plants in the garden are made? Shane, however. As I said before, the color of mulberry crystal is blue. As soon as two or three grains of the crystal are added to the water glass solution, the crystal starts mixing with the solution. The more it is mixed, the more compounds called copper silicate and sodium sulphate are formed. Copper silicate is a blue compound and it is in water. Does not dissolve. As soon as a particle of it is formed, it starts to accumulate on the crystals of copper sulphate. At the end it takes the shape of a blue tree with stalks. In the same way, from the crystals of other compounds also a tree-like substance of a colored silicate compound is formed. In this way, a colorful chemical plant of one color is created from multiple chemicals and a beautiful and colorful chemical garden is formed in the glass jar. Leaving some sand and gravel in the bottom of the glass jar will make the garden look more beautiful. If you create such a garden and keep it at home, the shade of the house will increase.
One Crystal to Many Crystals
Is it possible to make many glasses with the help of a very short glass? The answer will be possible. But what? Yes, I will talk about that test this time.
Four or five grams of Sediq sodium thiosulfate (Hype) crystal, a glass test tube, some cotton and a spirit lamp.
First, with the test tube marked ‘A’, lift the mouth of the test tube with a little bit of Thiosulfate, i.e. hyper-crystal, and close it. This system will stop the entry of dust into the test tube.
This time gently heat the ‘A’ test tube with the help of a spirit lamp. One molecule Hyper crystal contains five crystalline water molecules. The molecular signal of hype is NaSO4,5HO. As soon as it is heated, the salty salt, i.e. hype, dissolves in its own crystalline water and becomes a solution. Hyperactive solution of hype can be obtained only by cooling this transparent solution slowly. The amount of solution (in this case hypo) is very high. Gently cool this transparent solution but it will not separate from the hype in a crystal.
Now look at the ‘B’ part of the picture. Hypertension in ‘A’ test. ‘A sixth crystal of hype has been added to the superfluous solution. Sodium thiosulfate or hyaline will begin to crystallize very quickly from the overcooked solution shortly after removal. Look at the ‘C’ part of the same test, the number of hyper crystals is increasing rapidly. And after a while you can see that the test. All the substances in it have been crystallized. Many. Surely you can see Hyper’s crystal in the ‘D’ part of the same test? So look, it is also possible to make many crystals with the help of a single crystal. Let me say one thing. The picture shows four test tubes, but the test tube is the same and its name is ‘A’. ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ are different forms inside the ‘A’ test tube at different times.
Boil Water without Fire
The effect of heat on boiling water without fire is to increase the temperature of pure water to 100 degrees Celsius under normal conditions. But as a source of heat we can boil pure water without using fire or electricity. How, I say.
a strong glass test tube, a cup of tea, a glass rod (with which the liquid can be dipped) and concentrated sulfuric acid.
Pour some cold water in tea cup and it contains about the same amount of dark sulfuric acid. While pouring the acid, keep stirring the mixture continuously with the help of a fork. ‘Take a few drops of pure water in the glass test tube and pour it into a cup of tea as shown in the picture. Inside water is boiling without fire or electricity. You will see that very soon the team is boiling with the pure water of the test tube.
In this case either fire or electricity is used for heating not done. Still the water is boiling. What is the reason for this? concentrated sulfuric, the reaction of water with acid causes extreme heat (120 degrees Celsius). That very Mild sulfuric acid (inside the cup) does not boil at room temperature, but pure water does, because the boiling point of pure water is 100 degrees Celsius. The same thing happened in this case. In the chemical reaction of water and concentrated sulfuric acid, water is boiled by the heat generated.