How to make Hot Ice at home – Amazing Science Experiment

In this video you will see how to make hot ice at home.
Sodium acetate or hot ice is an amazing chemical you can prepare yourself from baking soda and vinegar. You can cool a solution of sodium acetate below its melting point and then cause the liquid to crystallize.

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19 responses to “How to make Hot Ice at home – Amazing Science Experiment”

  1. Bro Bagle Avatar

    water i think

  2. mktfb3 Avatar

    i lost 4 teeth today and im only 9

  3. Murilo Ferreira Avatar

    Please do it with a subzero or iceman action figure

  4. AshResponds Avatar

    La beast already proved this was a bad idea

  5. David Pantoja Avatar

    does anybody Know what this cool song is named

  6. mercoid Avatar

    will this music automatically start playing when I make the concoction? because that would be a deal breaker for me.

  7. MaryElizabeth brown Avatar

    how long does it take

  8. Patrick Star Avatar

    Just a word of caution… don't dip your balls in there. I am experienced in that field and I can assure you it is not pleasurable at all.

  9. BaddaBigBoom Avatar

    Once it's been set off, can it be re-melted, cooled and the reaction repeated?

  10. Arash Shakib Avatar

    WOW Really interesting

  11. Angie Ramsey Avatar

    Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you writing this article plus the rest of the website is also really good.|

  12. Gabi Bosu Avatar

    what is that thing name vinegar?

  13. Adam D'Souza Avatar

    I wonder if anyone read this title and thought you just freeze hot water to make hot ice lol

  14. Faraknight88 Avatar

    Is it the normal vinegar that we bought in supermarket?

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