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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #75 on: 23/08/2006 10:18:11 »
OOh Lala, mon ami et tres intelligent et el tres jollie (spelling) je Vous et vous  (learn)francaise a dans le'cole? Oui? (cest vous plait)I drew a blank there!! Cant remember exact meaning of this one!! Still need help Lo and Neil!!

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #76 on: 23/08/2006 10:31:19 »
pretty good...and what about the turtle?  ;-)

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #77 on: 23/08/2006 10:45:14 »
Okay I am in trouble because I said nothing aboiut a turtle that I know of help!!

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #78 on: 23/08/2006 14:37:54 »
I know...just teasing you...lol

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #79 on: 23/08/2006 16:24:09 »
Thank goodness!!


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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #80 on: 23/08/2006 16:55:45 »
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Originally posted by bigfluffyz

placed into water the substance becomes almost perfectly transparent leving hardly any shadow and the only way for you to know that its not disolved is that it has expanded to about 10 times its size and feels like a solid spounge to the touch.


Superabsorbent polymer ?:-

" Experiment: Water Jelly Crystals - Superabsorbent Polymers

Just add water and watch them grow. The white pebble-like crystals absorb tremendous amounts of water... like a water-slupring sponge. These so-called Water Jelly Crystals are actually classified by scientists as a superabsorbent polymer. Water Jelly Crystals can soak up to about 300 times their weight in water! Today, Water Jelly Crystals are being used to hold water in the soil so it can be released to plants as they need it, and they can help reduce watering demands of plants by up to 80% in drought conditions. That's water-saving science! "
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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #81 on: 23/08/2006 07:34:24 »
Toyota too eh ?...now that's a quality car for quality gal !!....you're just too super Lo ..YAYYYYYYYYYYYY !!!

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #82 on: 23/08/2006 08:05:19 »
yeah, after much research the Lexus was an overpriced Toyota...but I am beginning to look at a little bmw and an ion...hmmm, interesting...

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #83 on: 23/08/2006 10:18:11 »
OOh Lala, mon ami et tres intelligent et el tres jollie (spelling) je Vous et vous  (learn)francaise a dans le'cole? Oui? (cest vous plait)I drew a blank there!! Cant remember exact meaning of this one!! Still need help Lo and Neil!!

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #84 on: 23/08/2006 10:31:19 »
pretty good...and what about the turtle?  ;-)

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #85 on: 23/08/2006 10:45:14 »
Okay I am in trouble because I said nothing aboiut a turtle that I know of help!!

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #86 on: 23/08/2006 14:37:54 »
I know...just teasing you...lol

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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #87 on: 23/08/2006 16:24:09 »
Thank goodness!!


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Re: unknown substance
« Reply #88 on: 23/08/2006 16:55:45 »
quote:
Originally posted by bigfluffyz

placed into water the substance becomes almost perfectly transparent leving hardly any shadow and the only way for you to know that its not disolved is that it has expanded to about 10 times its size and feels like a solid spounge to the touch.


Superabsorbent polymer ?:-

" Experiment: Water Jelly Crystals - Superabsorbent Polymers

Just add water and watch them grow. The white pebble-like crystals absorb tremendous amounts of water... like a water-slupring sponge. These so-called Water Jelly Crystals are actually classified by scientists as a superabsorbent polymer. Water Jelly Crystals can soak up to about 300 times their weight in water! Today, Water Jelly Crystals are being used to hold water in the soil so it can be released to plants as they need it, and they can help reduce watering demands of plants by up to 80% in drought conditions. That's water-saving science! "
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