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Here's How You Can See Subatomic Particles At Home

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Morenike Adebayo

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clockJul 31 2015, 22:53 UTC
1443 Here's How You Can See Subatomic Particles At Home
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Subatomic particles are the literal building blocks of life. They’re all around us – yet impossible to see with the naked eye.

But now you can, and with only a few items: a jar, a sponge, rubbing alcohol, a flashlight, a black marker and some dry ice.

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Check out this video from NOVA PBS to see all the small things.

 

 

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[H/T: NOVA PBS]


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