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#166 - bjornkrage
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(09/19/2012) [-]
that's the reaction of ammonia nitrate mixing with water, resulting in an endothermic reaction
#170 to #166 - BIGSEXYISBACKAGAIN [OP]
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(09/19/2012) [-]
Op here.



No... It's not. It's water
#175 to #170 - anon
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(09/19/2012) [-]
I m guessing the squeezing of the bottle give the water enough of a pressure boost for the already super cold water to initiate a phase change?
#178 to #175 - BIGSEXYISBACKAGAIN [OP]
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(09/19/2012) [-]
Basically. You need a little extra energy to change, and it got that from the shake. Very good anon.
#172 to #170 - itwasurfault
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(09/19/2012) [-]
how does this work
#174 to #172 - BIGSEXYISBACKAGAIN [OP]
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(09/19/2012) [-]
I explained as much as I know somewhere in comments 1-10. Look there.
#168 to #166 - garuda
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(09/19/2012) [-]
should't the rapid speed of temperature be enough to burn the hand of the person who was holding it making them let go of the bottle immediately?
#185 to #168 - anon
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(09/24/2012) [-]
actually the water is already at freezing point. it just need a little extra energy to change phase. the same can be done with soda, once it's opened it freezes from top to bottom due to the temperature loss from the carbondioxide leaving the liquid
It's called undercooled water(or w/e liquid)