Fiji water supercooled After watching some videos of people supercooling water, I had to try myself. This is my third try using Fiji water, all successful. [Edit x 2] Wow this video still gets views and replies. And with all sorts of accusations and stuff. Alright then... For this to work, water needs to be PURE. Few water packaging companies purify their water enough for this to work. I don't know who, but Fiji is one of them. If you don't want to buy purified water, you goto distill it. Buy a water filter. A good one. I've heard that the smoother the bottle, the better, but I've also seen this trick done with water bottles with waves and other designs in them so I don't know. I suppose it lessens the chance of the water being disturbed while in the freezer. So what you do is take pure water, put it in the freezer, leave it there over night. Take it out in the morning and it will still be liquid. Then you shake it and flash-freezing will occur. That's it. I will add that the ice won't be a solid in flash freezing. What you'll end up with is a slushy. Onto other things: This is not fake. I don't have any special effects experience. I didn't put anything under the cap, this was an unopened bottle of fiji. I tried to zoom in to show that, but it was too blurry. This won't necessarily work. I know I've done this several times and sometimes the water froze in the freezer.
Super-cooled Liquid Freezing Along the Antarctic mountain ridges, the internal flow of the ice sheet forces water to flow up the mountainsides where the already super-cooled liquid experiences a reduction in pressure and quickly phase-changes into ice. Video courtesy of Antarctic geophysicist Robin E. Bell of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. Read about the new findings at
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Supercooled Water - Explained! Many videos on YouTube show water freezing almost instantaneously. This video shows you how to replicate the experiment and it explains how the phenomenon works. Molecular illustrations are courtesy of: PhET Interactive Simulations University of Colorado phet.colorado.edu.
Supercooled Water by Yang Zhang A homemade experiment of metastable supercooled water. However, the lower the temperature, the more difficult to avoid the freezing. Using the simple method demonstrated in this video, bulk water cannot be supercooled below the so-called homogenous nucleation temperature at around -38C. We have overcome this difficulty by loading water into nano-pores, and achieved deeply supercooled water. More information can be found at MIT news: web.mit.edu
Supercooled water This is a demonstration of how normal water can be cooled below 0 C and was recorded in Ben Murray's research lab at the University of Leeds (UK). Ice melts at 0 C, but water does not necessarily freeze at 0 C. There is no trickery and no added salt in the water, just pure mineral water straight from the shop. The bottled mineral water is cooled down in the low temperature bath to -8 C and it clearly remains liquid, this water is referred to as being supercooled. When it is poured into the bowl it freezes! The thermometer shows that the water in the bottle was actually at -7 C. In the Earth's atmosphere water droplets remain liquid right down to -37 C before freezing if the atmosphere is very clean. This is important for cloud formation where pieces of dust can cause ice to form at much higher temperatures (www.atmos-chem- Supercooled water droplets can cause problems for aircraft since it freezes on their wings and fuselage. This can be disasterous and has caused crashes in the past. Supercooled water is also thought to be important in the build up of ice in aircraft fuel systems which has also cause aircraft to crash (see To find out more about supercooled water and ice research at Leeds, see
Supercooling & Snap Freezing Example Dec 2010 My favorite wintertime trick - transforming a liquid into a solid. Tah-Dah! This is a standard bottle of water which was sitting in the front seat of my vehicle all night. The temperature was 24f. Another neat trick is to have a bottle of water that the lid can come off of easily and pour that liquid into a cup slowly from the bottle, it will freeze as it hits the glass. DO try this at home kids.... Link to my video so I can see your results! Recorded on December 7, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Supercooling Experiment 4 In this installment we see supercooled water to -21C / -6F and pour it our into a bowl. It pours out as a liquid and turns to slush, forming ropelike peaks.
Supercooling Experiment 2 Supercooled water meets seed crystal and convices supercooled water to freeze
supercooled beer freezes instantly in 1080p From the Scam School book, available NOW on Amazon, iTunes, and Nook: Side notes that sound you hear are guinea pigs drinking water across from the kitchen. Also: you should know I host a show called "Scam School".
Instantly freezing supercooled water /ice - If you cool water slowly enough you can in fact "undercool" it below the typical freezing point so that it is liquid at temperatures of -20 degrees Celsius. We take undercooled water and make it nucleate to ice quickly in this video.
Quick Ice: Supercooled Water This is an experiment where water turns into ice! No chemicals! Made by my brother.
Supercooled Water Nucleation Experiments Relatively pure water cooled slowly below the freezing point may remain liquid (supercooled). It may then crystallize into ice quickly by some catalyst: here, strong vibrations, and seeding by an ice crystal. And no -- for those who have seen sodium acetate and don't understand supercooled liquids -- this is NOT sodium acetate; it is just pure drinking water. Don't even bother suggesting otherwise; this issue has been covered completely in the comments.
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Super Cooled Fiji Water This water is super cooled to somewhere around -10 degrees celsius. Since the water is nearly pure, it does not freeze at 0 degrees. However, upon adding a small piece of ice, crystals form and spread throughout the bottle, freezing the water within seconds. Blah blah..
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Make Super Cool Water! This is how to make super cool water--My freezer was set to -2 degrees F and I used daisani water awesome 10000 views NO ACETATE required Comment,rate,subscribe
Supercooled Water Finding a supercooled bottle of water on my backseat I could just not help but to turn it into ice.
Entropy Change for Supercooled Liquid Calculate the entropy change when a supercooled fluid goes to equilibrium.
Supercooled Large Droplet Icing (SLD) airboyd.tv Courtesy FAA Lessons Learned From Transport Airplane Accidents, NASA, NTSB. Freezing drizzle and freezing rain are known collectively as Supercooled Large Droplets (SLD). SLD icing is a rare and very severe condition. NASA Glenn Research Center produced this video on SLD icing.
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Super Cool Liquid Water Experiment After a very long time of wanting to do this ... we made some super cool liquid water. I will post a video of how to create your own super cool liquid water soon.
Supercooling Experiment 1 supercooled water freezes
supercooled water Experiments at Lenape High School from a few years ago involving bottles of Fiji water that are super-cooled but still in liquid form. Ice crystals form when the water is disturbed, shaken, or poured on to a chilled surface.
Supercooled Water freezing ..Whewww! Watch it insta-freeze!
Super Cooled Girl Super Cooled Girl by Soundtemp as heard on Sword of the new world.
Quick Ice: Supercooled Water Experiments Having fun with supercooled water, aka quick ice. More info at
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Superheating and supercooling This is a demonstration of superheating and supercooling. It was made for a college project on thermal physics. The water used is normal mineral water, and the the beer is Corona. Superheating is achieved by getting a liquid past it's boiling point without actually boiling (until it's desturbed). Note any attempt at this should be taken with extreme caution using appripriate safety measures, as a slight jolt can cause it to erupt violently. Supercooling is the exact opposite, where a liquid is cooled below its freezing temperature but remains in liquid state (until disturbed).
► TUTORIAL: SUPERCOOLING EXPERIEMENT | FREEZE WATER INSTANTLY ◄ Tutorial and Explanation here: goo.gl No vfx or sodium acetate used. How to: Read the description. Freeze water instantly. Tutorial How to do it: 1. Get an unopened bottle of water (purified or distilled water is recommended) 2. Put the bottle of water into the freezer for about 3 hours (The time varies according to your freezer's size and output and the temperature you set it to.) 3 Carefully take the bottle of water. If it is frozen, you failed. Try again. 4 Shake the bottle. Facebook : www.fb.me Twitter: Website: Music by Kevin MacLeod
Supercooling In which my super-cool sciencey-engeneery dad shows a neet trick you can do in the cool weather!
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Supercooling Experiment 3 Making frozen drinks has never been easier. Supercooled water turns to slush on contact, ushering in a new era of mixology?
Watch supercooled water freeze Recent experiments as the ESRF have provided an experimental explanation for the supercooled phase of water. This topic matters as it explains, for example, why water does not freeze in clouds, although being well below zero degrees Celsius. This video clip illustrates supercooling with a simple experiment where water in a plastic bottle has been supercooled in a freezer. However, the water did not turn into ice because the inside of the bottle did not exhibit any ruggedness where crystals could form. Shaking the bottle triggers ice crystal formation, and turns thel water in the bottle into ice within seconds. More information on the experiments at the ESRF is on
Supercooled Water-Hommocks Earth Science Department Supercooled Water
Supercooled Water Any questions or doubts, see Supercooled 2
Weather experiment - Supercooled water Geoff Jenkins shows how to make supercooled water. To try out this experiment yourself, check out the Royal Meteorological Society website /experiments
Supercooled Water 2 A detailed video showing how to supercool water and get it to freeze instantly.
Nucleation of Supercooled Water This is pure water in an undercooled metastable state. A small perturbation triggers the freezing of the water. My thesis, used here as the background, can be found at homepage.univie.ac.at
Supercooled Beer I put a Miller Highlife in the freezer for about 2 hrs, took it out and slammed it on the deck, and it instantly froze! It's hard to see but it is liquid when i pull it out of the freezer and as soon as I slam it on the deck, you see tiny bubbles form on the inside and then starts to freeze. Cool trick!