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Have you ever seen a water droplet navigate a maze? It’s possible thanks to the phenomenon called the Leidenfrost effect.
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This episode explains the complicated chemistry behind calorie labels on foods.
In this Untold episode, we break down what is a battery and how they’re all around us.
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Headlines keep on popping up in the news about exploding cellphones and we're covering the chemistry on why batteries go boom!
You’ve probably heard rumors that peeing on a jellyfish sting can make the pain go away, but does this old wives tale stand up to science?
Sports drink commercials love talking electrolytes, but why do we need them, and what happens to our bodies if we don’t have enough?
Thanks to the laws of thermodynamics, thermometers can measure temperature. But how do they work in the kitchen or doctor’s office?
Short of carrying an external battery all the time, is there a way to extend the life of your smartphone? Reactions explains the chemistry of lithium-ion batteries with tips to get the most from that smartphone battery.
What if humans could take a cue from plants and use sunlight to make their own food? Reactions gives a quick crash course on the chemistry of photosynthesis.
For those striving to build muscle, protein is essential. The chemical process between drinking a protein shake and getting “swole” may not be so clear--but we got you covered!
For the Fourth of July and for all of you firework lovers out there, here’s an up close, slow motion look at the chemistry of how sparklers work.
The Speaking of Chemistry California road trip continues as we scope out some cutting-edge, flexible electronics at Stanford University.
What’s actually causing that big huge foamy flume mess? Reactions teams up with Matt Hartings, Ph.D., to explain the Elephant Toothpaste experiment.
Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens with its intense plot will have you on the edge of your seat. But is it possible to create a real-life lightsaber or build a Death Star laser?
We explain the original way the Fantastic Four got their power – radiation – with help from SciPop Talks.
Through the fun of Kerbal Space Program, we examine the chemistry of rockets.
To fire up the grill or the gas stove, we often reach for a match. The best way to find out about the chemistry of burning matches is to watch it in ultra-slow motion.
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