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Adam Thornton's

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present.

2) Always wear the correct
safety gear.

3) Never eat or drink
anything while performing
experiments.




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Supplies: Clear Plastic Cup, Lamp Oil (Blue), Light Clear Karo Syrup (Add red food
coloring), and Milk.

What happens: Pour each liquid into the cup slowly: lamp oil, milk, and syrup. Now watch!

Explanation: Some liquids don't mix - this is an example of insoluble liquids. Dump the lamp
oil back into the lamp oil jar.  Milk and syrup can be poured down the drain.
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