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March 23, 2022

Scientist and author Kate Biberdorf (perhaps better known as Kate The Chemist), takes a look at some famous chemistry scenes from movies and television and explains how accurate they really are. How true-to-life are Breaking Bad's chemistry scenes? Can you really make oven-less brownies like in Rick & Morty? Is the formula from Spider-Man's web fluid correct? Kate The Chemist has the answers!

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Chemist Breaks Down 22 Chemistry Scenes From Movies & TV | WIRED

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