This amazing dude can Separates Sugar from Water in His Guts
Sugar Ray Leonard, on The Contender, convincingly answers a challenge by one of the competitors. Awesome Moves.
A nice physics experiment to see! The compression on the sugar crystal, creates a charge separation inside it (a phenomenon called piezoelectricity). This charge separation creates enough current to excite nitrogen in the air. The nitrogen emits light.
Wintergreen candies (if you can find them in your country) will make a stronger light. Quartz crystal will do the same and it can even light a LED if connected with. You can also crush the crystal with a pair of pliers.
Have you ever tried to smash small sugar cubes in total darkness with a hammer ? It's hard :)
A baby dancing to the sugar plum fairy ballet
Incredible! See how much energy is in a pound of sugar. No wonder too much sugar can make you fat.
Sugar (a carbohydrate) is dehrydrated with concentrated sulfuric acid. Since a carbohydrate was once considered just hydrated carbon, if you remove the water, carbon would be left over. The acid rips the water out of the sugar and the heat generated by this reaction causes the water to turn to steam. A black mass of carbon is produced.
Unleash the energy in sugar to make brite, burning, fizzling, firework powder. Just add 1 ingredient light and stand clear.
sugar the mouse singing Mario Vasquez's 'Gallery'
don't see that too often.
3 normal individuals start an epic journey of sugar land.
Sweet and refreshing sugar cane juice, pressed from freshly harvested stalks, is a favorite on hot days in India. Across the country, countless outdoor stands and shops, like this one in Jaipur, sell fresh fruit juice and sugar cane juice to thirsty locals.
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