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In this video I see if you can break molecules by putting it in the blender. I use the self-pouring (self-siphoning) fluid called polyethylene glycol or polyethylene oxide with a molecular weight of 1,000,000 g/mol in order to see if you can break molecules just by putting them in the blender. I show you that PEG has self-siphoning capabilities due to the fact that it is very long and tangles together and pulls itself out of the container. Then I put it in the blender and see if, after it comes out of the blender, it still has the same property. If it doesn't then that means that I broke the molecules!
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