Video: How to 'cook' an egg without heat—and other weird egg science

October 10, 2017, American Chemical Society
Credit: The American Chemical Society

You can learn a lot from eggs. The versatile, delicious, humble chicken egg.

You can unlock the secrets of the with eggs, or at least a couple of them through these fun (if slightly weird) DIY chemistry experiments in our latest episode of Reactions.

Find out how you can "cook" an egg without , make them bounce like a basketball and whip up a batch of green eggs for the Dr. Seuss fans in your life:

Explore further: 250,000 contaminated eggs sold in France since April: minister

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