What Happens When We Pour Molten Aluminum Into A Tank Full Of Water Polymer Beads?

  • For those of you who have no idea what Water Balz are here is the best way to describe them and the science behind how this project works…

    Water Balz are transparent little beads. They are soft, squishy and made out of a silicone filling. Normally they are always transparent and round but there are a ton of other colors you can get and some neat textures.

    For this project I used regular, cheap round, clear Water Balz. However, I think it would have been kind of neat to see some definition when I poured in the aluminum.

    Photo Source: Aliex Press

    To See What Happens When You Pour In The Molten Aluminum & How The Water Balz React Please Head On Over To The Next Page…

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    94 Comments

    1. Chester W Reynolds said:

      Dumb$#%&!@*why don’t you fucking read all the other comments of idiots talking$#%&!@*about something they didn’t watch. So$#%&!@*you back.

    2. Dominick Smith said:

      Stupid ads , ripping YouTube off posting video on some dumbass page full of pop up ads, and a dumbass discription.

    3. Kris Kelly said:

      We watch molten aluminum, lead and whatever videos during our Science time. The kids and adults all love them. Our favorites are the molten lead ball experiments and the ant hills.

    4. Ryan Cox said:

      Tammy Miller McNulty
      Tom McNulty. This is what Dan did.

    5. Jamie Dix said:

      And if you stay quiet and look up, you’ll see someone who’s feeling butthurt as if the post was directed only at them. This is a sure sign that said individual indeed did not watch.

    6. Julie Mason said:

      Chemistry in the back yard? Better to get outdoors in a forest or desert & figure out why you are here.

    7. Terry Smith said:

      i thought everyone already knew what happens when you pour molten aluminum into a tank of water polymer beads.

    8. CE Caron said:

      SO!! WTF does this have ANYTHING to do with the page????

    9. CE Caron said:

      GOOD BY!!! I THOUGHT this was going to be a GREAT page.. BUT to NO AVAIL.. the posts and content SUCKS!!!

    10. Eric Kurzyniec said:

      Yeah! I saw it couple of days ago when I saw this post before…. Knock off the shares!!

    11. Daveed Hardfield said:

      What a waste of time. What do you do with it when your done. What do you do with 5 or 6 of them?

    12. Penny McCartney said:

      How cool. This is science that could spark the minds so children. What would you for with it? Sell it as sculpture using different color beads or paint it. Whatever you wanted to, I guess. But mainly, open children to science.

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