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HOW TO – Ferrofluid synthesis

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Ken writes – “Saw your post on the blog about making ferrofluid. If you want to use the stuff with kids, here’s a safer (cleaner too, no oil) version as well as some background information.”Link. The videos are great.

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7 thoughts on “HOW TO – Ferrofluid synthesis

  1. What this guy destroyed to make this prop was a General Radio 650A impedance bridge, a very useful tool if one is building radios and such. I can’t say I think this is a good idea, although these bridges aren’t what you’d call rare. Now if the one he had was already dead, that’s much less a problem for me.

  2. What this guy destroyed to make this prop was a General Radio 650A impedance bridge, a very useful tool if one is building radios and such. I can’t say I think this is a good idea, although these bridges aren’t what you’d call rare. Now if the one he had was already dead, that’s much less a problem for me.

  3. What this guy destroyed to make this prop was a General Radio 650A impedance bridge, a very useful tool if one is building radios and such. I can’t say I think this is a good idea, although these bridges aren’t what you’d call rare. Now if the one he had was already dead, that’s much less a problem for me.

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