Chemical cut experiment - making an artificial blood!

| March 23, 2017

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Repetition of that experiment needs professional supervision and safety rules! Hello everyone. Today, we will conduct an unusual experiment, which will involve human limbs, i.e. hands. This experiment is called a chemical cut. By mixing some chemicals, substances are formed whose color is very much like blood. For this experiment, we will need a solution of ferric chloride and a weak solution of potassium The experiment is quite simple.

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