This is the list of materials and procedures I used for my weather balloon. Keep in mind that this is not a definitive guide and I am by no means an expert. Materials: Payload Cooler itself Lid (with session mount, … Continued
I was recently on Wonderama, and in this segment, we explored clock reactions.
I have always loved the reaction between sulfuric acid and sugar. In this video, I take the leftover acid from my braces video and use it in this wonderful chemistry demo. I also talk about the science behind the reaction … Continued
In recent years, the prevalence of e-cigarettes in high school has grown dramatically. Juuls, in particular, have become very popular and this has led to a decline in the use of regular cigarettes. In this video, we compare the effects … Continued
I recently got my braces taken off, so as one does I decided to destroy them by putting them in acid! This concentrated sulfuric acid is extremely corrosive and in this video, I talk about the redox reactions that take … Continued
Thank you so much for watching this video! If you would like to suggest a video idea please leave it in the comments, and if you enjoyed please like and subscribe! It was my pleasure to add a bit of … Continued
Teslas have been my favorite car for a very long time. When I heard I would get the opportunity to drive a Model S I knew I had to make a video about them. Learning to drive a manual transmission … Continued
Glow sticks have long been a staple parties and holidays like Halloween. It’s almost magical how you can just crack a plastic tube and have it light up all without batteries. In this video, I talk about the chemiluminescent reaction … Continued
I was on another segment of Wonderama. In this episode, I used luminol to demonstrate how detectives can find traces of blood.
For my entry into the Junior Breakthrough Challenge, I chose to dive into the physics behind nuclear fission. Thank you so much for watching this video! If you would like to suggest a video idea please leave it in the … Continued