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test session to compare a PEO-only solution with PHC (1.2), a multi-polymer solution, to test the assertion that a chemist on SBF made that multi-polymer mixes are inherently inferior to single polymer mixes. The temp was 90F and the humidity 30% at most. Unfortunately, the video camera (my iPhone) shut-off due to overheating about 10 minutes before the session was done. One thing was clear in the session, the PHC mix was NOT inferior. The PEO-only mix did better than what we see in the video -- after the camera overheated. But, it was in no way superior.

These are not great bubbles, but you can't expect much under these conditions.

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current16:03, May 24, 2013Thumbnail for version as of 16:03, May 24, 201303:47480 × 269 (23 KB)Espiegel123 (wall | contribs)created video


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