Scientist Breaks Down Chemistry in Iconic Cartoons - SpongeBob, Popeye, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Reactions Science Videos | December 13, 2019
Are bananas actually that slippery? Could spinach give you superhuman strength? And what the heck is Toon Acid? This week, watch some cartoons alongside our writer and host, Sam Jones, and learn whether their chemistry checks out.
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