COMMON OBJECTS UNDER MICROSCOPE || 26 HOME EXPERIMENTS
WE’VE PLACED EVERYDAY OBJECTS UNDER MICROSCOPE AND THESE ARE THE RESULTS
We are putting our scientific skills to the test and we’re seeing what these common everyday objects look like under a microscope.
For starters, we wiped the dirt off the sink using a Q-tip, and then we placed the dirt on a glass sample. Then, we placed that under a microscope and found little moving organisms roaming around.
When we did the same with Coca-Cola, we found little carbonated bubbles and small traces of caffeine.
After someone went for a walk, we took traces from their shoes using a Q-tip and found all sorts of living particles clashing with each other.
When we did the same with a toothbrush though, we saw more living things moving around.
One of the most impressive ones was the shimmery nail polish. The little sparkles looked like giant metallic balls with one overlapping the other.
The baby wipes look like tiny thin noodles that are all connected.
And when we were able to see the pixels on a phone screen, we saw all the colors = red, blue and green.
0:07 – What things look like under a microscope
2:05 – Marker under a microscope
3:45 – Water experiments
7:02 – Unbreakable ice
10:42 – Science experiments
12:46 – Glue vs water
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