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Published in : 2011-10-21 | by BBC
More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b016fpyy Dr Gabrielle Walker and Dr Andrea Sella investigate the molecular make up of ice crystals. They use supercooled water...
Published in : 2013-09-10 | by Giants of the Infinitesimal
Water doesn't behave like other liquids. It's unique molecular structure causes many important anomalies. It has particular surface tension, universal solvent properties, large heat capacity...
Published in : 2014-01-06 | by It's Okay To Be Smart
You are a beautiful and curious snowflake SUBSCRIBE, it's FREE! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub ↓ More info and sources below ↓ Snowflakes are infinitely beautiful, but are they infinitely unique?...
Published in : 2015-02-10 | by Paul Williams
Video taken by Dollie Williams on our back deck. Please check out her website for more awesome photos and videos. dolliew.zenfolio.com.
Published in : 2016-10-07 | by Thames & Kosmos
http://thamesandkosmos.com/index.php/product/category/science-kits/hot-ice-crystals These amazing crystals form instantly out of a sodium acetate solution. They look like ice but they release...
Published in : 2009-05-27 | by geeezer9
supercooled water ice crystal formation.
Published in : 2012-07-02 | by francischeefilms
Macro Time-lapse footage not normally visible to the un-aided human eye of dendritic ice crystals growing at sub zero temperatures. Moisture from the surrounding atmosphere condenses at sub...
Published in : 2015-12-18 | by DailyPicksandFlicks
When this frozen Montana lake began to melt and break apart, the ice started to create crystals and stack on top of each other which created an extremely unique sound. Subscribe For More Videos:...
Published in : 2009-01-02 | by yoyomax12 - the diet free zone
I found a surprise in our backyard quinze this morning. You never know where you will find beauty if you take the time to look. If only my photographs could do them justice. Music: Jason...
Published in : 2013-10-08 | by We The Curious
Raj Bista, Live Science Team Leader, shows us his favourite exhibit, Watch Water Freeze. With the use of polarising lenses, we take a close look at the structure of ice crystals the moment...