Jack Frost instantly freezes lemon juice and other fun stuff!


hi my name is Jack Frost, you all may know
me as the invisible guardian of winter I’m the guy that brings you all the fun
snow days! In this video today I have some icy fun for everyone! I
took some water and placed it on a small round glass mirror and then I froze it!
so I wasn’t satisfied so going beyond that I just couldn’t stand not to add some stuff to
the water so I added some stuff to the water and froze it again
and the results are truly amazing I found that when you add different
substances to the water that this changes the rate of the ice crystal
formation sometimes it speeds it up sometimes it slows it down sometimes it
makes it a different color so you’ll see in this video ice crystals race quickly
across the surface of a mirror and again it is truly beautiful and you will also
see ice crystals move very slowly as they form across the surface of a mirror
and it’s almost as if the ice is going into slow motion when it is freezing. This is all real time video so there’s no special effects or anything used in this
is just real time video okay I will be freezing some pure water, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide 3%, sugar water, salt water, water with a little bit of dish
soap in it and also some lemon juice which was quite yummy and very
interesting, okay and over the weekend I worked on my holographic projector here
as you all know I’m Jack Frost the guardian of winter and I am quite
invisible just like the icy winds of winter and I do know for sure that I
look human because I am NOT a sabertooth antarctic snow fox and my other
friends who are also guardians of nature have told me Jack you look like a
saber-tooth Antarctic snow fox you should watch your video and I’m like no you all
know I look human as you see me every day and they say no you look like a
saber-tooth antarctic snow Fox you should watch this
videos through this this lens there you can actually see
what the what the people are seeing and i was like oh my gosh I look like a
saber-tooth Antarctic snow fox so I worked on my holographic projector over the
weekend and I’m hoping that everyone can now see me in my true human self and
I’m not looking like a Saber-tooth Antarctic Snow Fox! okay for this experiment I’ve placed
salt water on the mirror it’s just regular table salt and a few drops of
water okay I will turn the power off and let’s
watch this melt power is off okay for this next scene here I have
placed a thin layer of the lemon juice on the surface of the mirror the
thermoelectric chip is cooling down you can see the dew forming on the side of
the mirror right on the left side of the screen and we will see what
happens when this lemon juice freezes to ice okay this is a thin layer of lemon juice
on the surface of the mirror the chip is cooling down and we will see what
happens when this lemon juice freezes to ice okay for this experiment I have placed
some apple cider vinegar on the surface of the mirror that is sitting on top of
my frost machine the frost machine is of course two thermo electric chips the
power is on the chips and the mirror are cooling down and we will watch and see
what happens when this apple cider vinegar freezes okay I’ll turn the power off and let’s
watch this melt okay the next scene will be a close-up
the mirror is chilling down this is apple cider vinegar on a glass mirror
underneath the glass mirror is a thermoelectric chip the power is on the mirror is cooling down. and I will turn the power off and let’s
watch this melt okay now this is liquid water a thin
film of liquid water on the mirror just to compare what it does.
as you can see the frost ice wave moves much faster with liquid water that did with
the vinegar okay in this scene I have placed a thin layer of water on the
mirror instead of vinegar so we will see as a comparison what this water does as you see the wave of ice freezing
moves much faster okay for this experiment I have placed a thin layer of
vinegar on the mirror instead of water no vinegar does have water in it the
chip is cooling down and the mirror is cooling down you can see frost forming
on the mirror and let’s see what happens when this vinegar freezes to see if it
looks any different than just regular water okay I will now turn the power off and
let’s watch this melt okay I will now turn the power back on
again this is a thin layer of vinegar this is regular clear vinegar on the
surface of the mirror the power is on the chip is cooling down and this is real-time video okay I will turn the power off
lets watch this melt it seems that the vinegar has slowed
down the speed of the ice crystal formation. My next shot will be a close up. okay this will be a close up shot.
this is vinegar on the surface of a mirror the mirror is chilling down okay it has started to freeze. okay I will turn the power off and let’s
watch this melt. power is off okay this is a zoomed out shot of the
entire mirror so we can see exactly what is going on you see a thin layer of
vinegar on top of a round mirror the mirror is sitting on top of a
thermoelectric chip the power is on the chip is cooling down okay for this experiment I have placed
some brown sugar and a thin layer of water on the surface of the mirror. the
thermoelectric chip and the mirror is cooling down and we will see what
happens when this brown sugar and water freezes okay I will now turn the power off let’s watch this melt. For this experiment I have placed
some 3% drugstore hydrogen peroxide on the mirror the power is on the chip is
cooling down and we’ll see just what happens when this drug store 3% hydrogen
peroxide freezes to ice on the mirror. In this experiment, there’s a thin layer of soapy water
on the surface of this mirror. It is cooling down.

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