Does Superglue Still Work in a Vacuum Chamber? The Ultimate Superglue and Baking Soda Experiment


BTS FAN
BTS FAN

U copy The King Of Random

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Genji's Ass
Genji's Ass

He flexes so much and honestly I love it so much

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hardeep kaur
hardeep kaur

The Lego piece was spinning without an energy source , is that perpetual motion machine

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Muhammed Arshad
Muhammed Arshad

What if we try that in pure de ionized water

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A C
A C

Try the same thing with glue gun

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CARTER TECH
CARTER TECH

Why was the Lego spinning

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SquidCaps
SquidCaps

Bought just recently pure CA, you really, really need to use accelerant to make it harden in any reasonable time, at least if the ambient moisture is low.. But also: a LOT of things can act as an accelerant.. ABS plastic, the kind that lego is made off.. you have the accelerant there.. Also, brand superglue has more complex chemistry than basic CA. CA is very different from store brand superglue, but then again: we all have met the pure CA, it is the sort that is very, very runny, has strong capillary action (it gets EVERYWHERE via wicking action, hard to control) , gets hot as it solidifies and requires accelerant to really bond fast. It is the cheap stuff, unbranded.. Branded superglue is better as a glue than just CA alone, in all areas of performance and application.. ;) Try doing this with two very clean metals in a vacuum and with pure cyanoacrylate and i don't think they will stick.. I've had pieces not bonded after several minutes in open air, in quite low humidity. Blowing on it for 2 seconds solidifies the glue immediately. It needs WAY more than just one OH, it is not an endless catalytic reaction, it is NOT ideal in the real world ;) ABS and CA are known to bond superstrong with each other under almost any condition so no doubt they bond in a vacuum too. DO NOT BREATH CA FUMES!!! You don't want those molecules forming long polymers in your alveoli.. I mean it, for the love of all that is fucking holy, do not breath CA fumes!

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Mohamed Raais
Mohamed Raais

This is what spiderman knew all along

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Sagar Nishad
Sagar Nishad

What is special in uv light.It can break chemicle bond.

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500 Subscribers With 1 video
500 Subscribers With 1 video

I like how they spin

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Angelica
Angelica

i would have loved to have you as a Chemistry teacher!

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mystang 89
mystang 89

If superglue needs water to harden which it can pull out of the air, how does it glue a 2 pieces of a statue back together when there isn't any air between those pieces?

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Hannah Belz
Hannah Belz

7:30 *The Action Lab Guy’s Wife*: “You okay in there?” *the Action Lab Guy* “Yeah, nothing big, just inhaled some fumes, that’s all” *action Lab guy’s wife*: “Okay, then...”

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Ray Toshlyra
Ray Toshlyra

A Vacuum Chamber big enough to fit a robot in it to do reaction experiments would be nice.

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Oh Yeah Yeah
Oh Yeah Yeah

I always watch these at night cuz i dont understand anything. Its very relaxing

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aBAD Cold
aBAD Cold

Would love to see the slow motion guys film this reaction

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Vit D Milk
Vit D Milk

Why does super glue get hot when you glue paper together?

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Zain Haider
Zain Haider

Put lots of super glue to KOH solution to find out can we axtract potassium

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Hansi Mazak Aur Gyan
Hansi Mazak Aur Gyan

Please do some experiment with mercury...and if u read my comment...then please reply me of highlight my comment so that I'd be notified

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Dérick Douglas
Dérick Douglas

10 53 pm and he is doing video

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- Bvqra -
- Bvqra -

Film that reaction in slomotion

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That one guy you wish you were
That one guy you wish you were

101sd dislike,I actually really liked the video it’s just that, it was really tempting!

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Marrim van Doornen
Marrim van Doornen

But could it have reacted/glued because of the fact that a perfect vacuum is almost impossible? Meaning that there would still be some of the water which is still left in the tiny bit of air

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EDU
EDU

*When you are too lazy to just put 2 LEGO bricks together normally*

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FireFreeze TV
FireFreeze TV

5:50-5:53 Hmmm. The big magnet teleported

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Mustafa El Malqui
Mustafa El Malqui

Where did the big magnet go 5:52

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philosophical inquirer
philosophical inquirer

Easy experiment to do would be placing loads of silica gel/powder to absorb any water vapor after vacuum is placed, then try the experiment.

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She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!
She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!

OK well then... what about in outer space, many thousands or millions of miles or light years away from any planet's atmosphere?

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She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!
She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!

Well, we know, according to the Lego Movie, what happens when Legos get... uh... "Kraglued" or Krazy Glued together, but... not so much with Super Glue! :-D

Vor 3 Monate
She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!
She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!

Opes, you also contradicted yourself about the definition of wetness when you just said "wet with Super Glue"!

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She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!
She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!

What you need in there is a robotic gripping device. But it is pretty cool how that block on the ball spins as you move it. Will you make a video that gives us the whys and hows of that?

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She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!
She's Sometimes Double Chocolate!

You sort of implicitly contradicted yourself from your wetness video when you said "really moist air" here, which is obviously not as wet as something that's damp. And we hear "moist air" more often than we hear "damp air," right? That's likely because it's easier for air to just be moist than damp. Right? So in this video your implication of the word "moist" would be correct (less wet than dampness), while you erred in your wetness video.

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The ALLrOUNDER SS
The ALLrOUNDER SS

I guess you should tell this to NASA. They will try this on the space station.

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ThatFluffyGamerCat
ThatFluffyGamerCat

huh I guess you learn something everyday

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Larousian
Larousian

Short anwser: Yes.

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DYLAN BUSSE
DYLAN BUSSE

Anybody else instantly think that this the same way that spidermans web shooters work but the webs those form are much stronger

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[FatBoi Trio] — CandyLX
[FatBoi Trio] — CandyLX

Don’t show Spider-man’s secret webs man... Not cool. (btw it’s a joke peeps)

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xav112
xav112

Neutron in the vacuum chamber!

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Dawn.
Dawn.

Everytime he says going, i get 1 Googol dollars

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Andrew Da Silva
Andrew Da Silva

put paint in the vac champer

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squiggly mustache
squiggly mustache

Energizer. It just keeps on going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going

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Mujtuba Halim
Mujtuba Halim

I have a question how does it stick because OH is molecule and in vaccum there is no molecule

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Entropy3ko
Entropy3ko

It doesn't need to be split up in ions though. Still good stuff! Next time use a glovebox :D

Vor 4 Monate
Hassan \-.-/
Hassan \-.-/

This is hard to understand 😂 Im in grade 9 don't make fun of me

Vor 4 Monate
Bob Fish
Bob Fish

Are you still alive? Breathe In Superglue Vapor, dude? Really?

Vor 4 Monate
critical
critical

it only worked because you didn't create a real vacuum! And nobody can do that until now on earth! Also the NASA liars not!

Vor 4 Monate
Abhin KS
Abhin KS

can phone work in vacume

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Derpy Squid
Derpy Squid

0:06 If I know ANYTHING about it? I know about superglue but I didn’t know that. ARE YOU CALLING ME DUMB? XD

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Pavel Pecháček
Pavel Pecháček

you opened the super glue to place it in the chamber. Wasn't that the time the chain reaction started with the moisture in the normal air? If you find a way how to open super glue in the vacuum then the result should be different. And as well count in the pores in objects you put in the chamber that can contain moisture and as well could bond the humidity within...

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Pug Lover87
Pug Lover87

yee

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Blue The Slithery Sheep
Blue The Slithery Sheep

I dont know what any of crap means but I'm watching anyway.

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Tony Bundy
Tony Bundy

Dont breath this!

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Jeroným Bartoš.
Jeroným Bartoš.

i like your channel much

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TJ tanzim
TJ tanzim

I'm going going going going

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Themuxy Ligut
Themuxy Ligut

*WhAt iS yOuR iQ?*

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UnitedStates -Ifunny
UnitedStates -Ifunny

Some of this stuff would look cool in slo mo. I would love a slow mo guys crossover

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Themuxy Ligut
Themuxy Ligut

Omg

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SlaSHeD
SlaSHeD

2:10 web fluid ?

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Noah G
Noah G

If it only takes one molecule to start the reaction, why doesn't the entire tube harden after the first use?

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TDF Slim YT_Ajdin
TDF Slim YT_Ajdin

Superglue in gallium

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SepTC
SepTC

SPIDER-MAN CONFIRMED

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CR1MSON ACE
CR1MSON ACE

So it basically caused a spontaneous reaction

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Jimmy Star
Jimmy Star

Real question is why was it spinning that fast?

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Alcide Cloridrix
Alcide Cloridrix

Is it possible to make it into a super-composite using Mg(OH)2? it would set quicker, and be more tolerant of water than the bicarbonate mix, because magnesium hydroxide is very insoluble in it...

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Alcide Cloridrix
Alcide Cloridrix

You can polymerize superglue with virtually anything that can attack this double bond. I've tried a lot of idiotic experiments myself to testify.... Best one is with benzoyl peroxide styrene-insaturated polyester resin hardener (the stuff you use to reinforce fiberglass), you can make the stuff into clear plastic if you put just a touch of it. If you put too much, it smokes and stinks, and make a crinkled plastic! With a drop of H2SO4, it polymerizes very explosively...

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Ass Wumu
Ass Wumu

So u let the air back in instead of checking it fast you give it plenty time to finish bonding

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For Me
For Me

Finally its the best test for testing the presence of OH molecule in vacuum😂✌✌

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brandon quinn
brandon quinn

You are tha man!

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John Warner
John Warner

Can some ideas from wat Bill Nye did. Maybe go as far back as Mr. Wizard. I used to watch him wen i was a kid. Let me no if u do. Thanks.

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Philip_x_official
Philip_x_official

PlZ slow motion this

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Jennifer Hanna
Jennifer Hanna

Cool I'm glad that i ran across your channel. Now subbed

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Faisal Ahmed
Faisal Ahmed

Please use gloves

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Alessandro Exonalex
Alessandro Exonalex

wow you are so creative! of course the bond happen.. cuz you open the superglue before vacumm... already start the process

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Steven U
Steven U

You said the word "base" when referring to the superglue reacting in the water. Does that suggest that an acid might have a different reaction?

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Alcide Cloridrix
Alcide Cloridrix

It will. Double bonds can be split by acids, and initiate a "cationic polymerization mechanism". There are 3 ways double bonds can be polymerized. First of all, for the sake of clarity, a carbanion is a carbon with a minus charge on it (C-) , a carbocation is a carbon with a plus charge on it (C+), and a radical is anything with an unpaired electron (HOO° or C°). Double bonds can be thought of a single C-C bond plus an extra,weaker bond of 2 electrons loosely held together. The anionic or nucleophilic one which he is talking about, where a very electron rich molecule (be it OH-, an amine, virtually anything basic) will attach to the double bond and form a carbanion, which will attack another double bond which will form a carbanion, on and on and on.... Acrylics are often also cured this way, by adding traces of amines. The peroxide or radical way, where a double bond is either hit by UV and splits into a diradical (unpaired electrons); think UV-cured resins... or is coerced into splitting by a radical initiator, something that can "grenade" into bits with free electrons (free radicals), peroxide comes to mind. Again, radicals yank electrons out of other double bonds which themselves become radicals, which yank electrons out of another double bonds, etc... and everything ends up sticking back to back in a polymer chain. That's the hardener you put in fiberglass polyester resin. THe way you're talking about, acidic or cationic polymerization, is when an H+ ion sticks itself to a double bond, forms a carbo-cation which attacks neighboring double bonds, which also form carbo-cations, and on and on. That's the way you make polyethylene, but instead of a "common" acid you use a so called Lewis acid, which is a very positive metallic cation (aluminium does the job well) which has the advantage of being added as a powder, and doesn't leave hydrochloric or sulfuric residues on your finished product.

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mjdorads
mjdorads

What happens if you put bird in a vacuum chamber?

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saturday challenge bros
saturday challenge bros

If it was in vacuum why didn't the foil get up as the air was vacuumed up

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Cat Weazle
Cat Weazle

Another great video!

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Just_AutumnYT
Just_AutumnYT

Yee

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Vaishnavi Ghugari
Vaishnavi Ghugari

So what happens to the H- ions in water....bcz if OH brakes from h2o and reacts with super glue what happens to the hydrogen ions

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Aritra Chakraborty
Aritra Chakraborty

I had a doubt regarding something else. When I was filling my water bottle with water from the tap I saw something strange. The tap was fully open and the water was flowing out of it with force and when my bottle was filled to the brim, I closed the tap and then suddenly the water level came down a little from the brim although a moment ago water was overflowing from the bottle. Why did this happen?

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boobbob 00
boobbob 00

I seen a video where this mechanic guy talked and showed that if u sprinkle baking soda (or maybe it was baking powder) on top of super glue , that if forms an even harder substance (and/or bond) when it dries. Why is this? Have u ever heard about this???

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Jeffrey
Jeffrey

Looks like egg drop soup made in a toilet.

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Araye
Araye

Back fill with nitrogen or argon several times. You may also want to put a getter in the chamber.

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Shawn Wilson
Shawn Wilson

What would happen if you shot the super glue mixed with the liquid through the air? How far could it go ? And would stronger super glue get better results?

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RANDOM THINGS
RANDOM THINGS

1:05 yeah we get it will do that until it ends

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PATRICIIIP
PATRICIIIP

the way that you squish the tube with magnets was clever af!

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Gabe Nydick
Gabe Nydick

sigh-an-o-ACK-ril-ate

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ClannerA01
ClannerA01

Interesting, i always thought it needed to keep pulling moisture from the air to harden the whole thing. What's inside the thing they spray on CA to make it harden faster? I've been wanting to get one but they always keep getting cancelled because the local post apparently doesn't allow liquids to be shipped and there's no where to get them locally. Is there anything i can get at the local hardware/drugstore that can have the same effect?

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bbb ddd
bbb ddd

3:30 that would be cool in slow motion

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Cherry Dragon
Cherry Dragon

So that explains why glue hardens when you open the bottle~ water molecules in the air. Cool~ So astronauts can glue shit together in space XD amazing

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Raymond Li
Raymond Li

Have you thought about how maybe the plastic polymers in the Lego pieces contain enough molecules of OH- to set off the reaction?

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Andrew JP O'Connor
Andrew JP O'Connor

Lol what is a "full vacuum"? You have to know that a single-layer will form on most surfaces nearly instantly even in a microTorr environment. Should've waited until a pirani gauge went off-scale low. The vacuum im this experiment is just full of junk! Also you should've cleaned the bricks with IPA or the like and done a bake-out under vacuum to get the worst offenders off the surface.

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Revampedharpy09
Revampedharpy09

Hypothetically, if you kept the superglue away from any source of OH- ions and then added a single OH- ion, would the entire thing react into a single molecule?

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Samantha The eggverse Lim
Samantha The eggverse Lim

Cucumber? *W R O N G*

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gaming with someone
gaming with someone

i thought glue sticks because the water in it evaporates

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Kitsu - Chan
Kitsu - Chan

Let’s admit it Most of us don’t understand 0:16 - 1:46

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Jordan Sicafoose
Jordan Sicafoose

Why would you mention tkor without linking their video?

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Bobby Bricks
Bobby Bricks

4:25 you see my name? You triggered me! 😀

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Bobby Bricks
Bobby Bricks

What if the lego movie took place in a vacuum?

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The Westphalian
The Westphalian

where did the magnet that was used to squeeze the glue from the tube go?

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Game over
Game over

I wonder if you can burn water

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