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Ferrofluid - a substance that's liquid under normal conditions, but turns solid in the presence of a magnetic field. I found new way of making home made ferrofluid and ...
You will only need ACETONE, record TAPES, cooking OIL and MAGNET. ---500ml/16 fl. oz. Acetone. (1.50$)--- Acetone is high flameable be careful with it. You can get it ...
Tape: The tape itself is actually very simple. It consists of a thin plastic base material, and bonded to this base is a coating of ferric oxide powder. ...
Melting: Find large enough bowl. Put all tapes in and fill bowl with acetone. Wait few hours. You should close bowl with something to keep acetone from vaporising.
Collecting ferric oxide: Get a magnet. Roll it with paper or plastic bag (it is needed to separate ferric oxide from a magnet easily). Collect all your Fe2O3. ...
Mix with oil: For 1ml of ferric oxide you need 1/3ml cooking oil. Mix it. If it's to viscous fill a drop of water and detergent and mix ...
Magnetize ferro fluid: Don't forget to strongly magnetize your ferro fluid. Use biger magnets. Large ferrite magnets are better than small strong neodymium magnets. Overview: Bravo! You have ...
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