I want to drink them!
Idk what's in those bottles, but whatever it is, this seems like a bad idea
@Sivls, water and food coloring
@Sivls, 90% of the time, stuff in chemistry classes will be clear, white, black, or piss colored. You never get vibrant colors like that unless it’s the week of lab where you get to play with transition metals and then you don’t really use them again
@Kierkegaard, no. Interesting chemicals.
@robee, hey now, water is definitely the most interesting chemical. Nothing else naturally occurs in all three phases on earth, not to mention the hundreds, if not thousands of biochemical reactions that occur everyday only because water exists. Water is fckn bad@ss man.
@Kierkegaard, coming from a philosopher of your stature i find myself struggling to disagree. Its also hard because you're correct
@Kierkegaard, don't forget that:
-Water has one of the highest specific heat capacities of any liquid (it takes a lot energy to change its temp)
-Water is a liquid for one of the largest temperature ranges of any other commonly-found liquid (a 100C range is pretty large)
-Water's capacity for hydrogen bonding is so strong that it has properties like imbibition, capillary action, strong surface tension, strong cohesion, strong polar adhesion, and many others.
-Water is one of the only (if not *the only*) commonly-occurring substances that actually expands when it phase shifts from liquid to solid. Solid water actually floats in liquid water—which is NUTS from a typical chemistry standpoint.
Water is amazing and there's a reason we look for planets with water as an easy (but not definitive) gauge for whether or not that planet can support life.