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Touching Searing Hot Things Without Getting Burned—Can You Solve The Melting Riddle?

Published on 28 Jul 2018 / In Science

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In this video I see if you can guess which ice cube will melt first on top of two different plates at the same temperature. Then I talk about heat conduction and show you how it is possible to touch very hot things without getting burned.

In this video I see what happens when you put sodium metal on ice. First I test it with regular ice then I test it with ice that is as cold as liquid nitrogen in order to freeze the water layer on top of ice. The results are very neat and always fun to watch!

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