Melting Batteries in Liquid Metal? Find Out What Happens To An Iphone In Liquid Metal!
- Published on: Tuesday, April 17, 2018
- In today's video we're finding out what happens when you drop lithium batteries in liquid melting, and one of those batteries is in an iPhone! Here’s a hot twist on some cool battery tricks! In this liquid metal experiment, TKOR explores what happens when we face off molten metal and lithium batteries.
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If you’re looking to try something new or for an activity such as: DIY melting project, melting battery experiment, cool science experiments, fun weekend project, lithium battery experiment, STEM project, STEM research, or just a fun project with the family, watch the video to learn more.
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