May 30, 2015 ... The pearl dropped in vinegar is one of the most famous tales about Cleopatra,
second only to the story of her suicide by the bite of an asp.
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Apr 30, 2012 ... "Ripley's Believe It Or Not" says pearls dissolve in vinegar. ... India's experiment
where she dissolves a 10mm freshwater pearls in vinegar. ww.
Pearls are expensive, it sounds somewhat strange that they dissolve in vinegar a
house hold chemical. Chemically there is nothing strange about it. Pearls are ...
Jul 23, 2010 ... There's a famous story relayed by Pliny the Elder in his Natural History that
Cleopatra drank the largest pearls in the world dissolved in vinegar ...
Well, vinegar won't actually melt a pearl, but the acids will definitely dissolve one.
Pearls are mostly calcium carbonate. Vinegar, which is mostly acetic acid, ...
Nov 27, 2012 ... She took one earring off, and dropped the pearl in the vinegar, and when it was
wasted away, swallowed it," Roman naturalist and philosopher ...
Pearl does not exactly melt in vinegar. Pearl is Calcium Carbonate and vinegar is
Acetic Acid. They react to give Calcium Acetate, Carbon Dioxide and Water. ...
Apr 19, 2013 ... Pearls are composed of calcium carbonate and if you were to combine calcium
carbonate with acetic acid (the main component of vinegar) the ...
Cherished for their elegant beauty, pearls are actually very soft and require
special ... Vinegar, in particular, must be avoided, as it's capable of dissolving
Dec 4, 2010 ... The balsamic vinegar pearls are a simple and fantastic way to add a touch of
molecular gastronomy to your dishes. The balsamic vinegar is ...