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Naked Egg Experiment. Egg vs Vinegar (12 pics)

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  • 16 Apr, 2012  |
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If you put an egg inside a jar full of vinegar and leave it there for seven days then you would see a very interesting phenomenon called a naked egg.

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№1 Author: shewentwhoa (16 Apr 2012 00:15) Total user comments: 1327


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Thats kinda creepy
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№2 Author: Nsibai (16 Apr 2012 00:38) Total user comments: 5694


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wow
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№3 Author: adzhoe (16 Apr 2012 02:11) Total user comments: 14959


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okay,,,,
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№4 Author: bagofbrokenglass2 (16 Apr 2012 03:09) Total user comments: 107


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so a hard boiled egg at first?
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№5 Author: redbullkitten (16 Apr 2012 03:25) Total user comments: 330


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i did this before when i was a kid. It looks pretty cool
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№6 Author: Jimmy Johnson (16 Apr 2012 03:44) Total user comments: 5518


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The question is - Can you eat it?
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№7 Author: Brak61 (16 Apr 2012 04:51) Total user comments: 676


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Okay, gotta try this! 05
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№8 Author: itzdatazn (16 Apr 2012 04:53) Total user comments: 69


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no the question is - will it blend?
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№9 Author: plaidpancake (16 Apr 2012 05:36) Total user comments: 2475


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ewwy it probably smells bad
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№10 Author: Louie (16 Apr 2012 08:20) Total user comments: 8189


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eww
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№11 Author: deepacidcow (16 Apr 2012 09:29) Total user comments: 1283


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I gotta try this
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№12 Author: OldOllie (16 Apr 2012 09:29) Total user comments: 1328


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You can hard boil it first if you like, but this one is raw.

You can eat it afterward, although it might taste a bit sour. If you want to eat it, though, I would recommend soaking it in the refrigerator.

If you don't soak it as long, you can soften the shell, and it will harden again when it dries. We used to do this for the old egg-in-a-milk-bottle trick. After softening the shell, drop a loose wad of burning tissue paper into a quart glass milk bottle (if you can still find one these days), and quickly put the egg on top. The heat from the burning tissue will cause the air in the bottle to expand. Then when it cools and contracts, it will suck the egg into the bottle. Rinse out the ashes from the tissue and leave it to dry, the egg shell will harden and you have an egg in a bottle. Amaze your friends! 16
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№13 Author: boink (16 Apr 2012 10:17) Total user comments: 1184


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NO, the question is: How does it smell. 39
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№14 Author: Jinxaruny (16 Apr 2012 10:22) Total user comments: 10324


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That looks pretty awesome!
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№15 Author: quackers (16 Apr 2012 10:36) Total user comments: 4830


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This looks good , but no need to try it , just seen it on this Dump.,.,.
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№16 Author: Sveldsahng (16 Apr 2012 14:10) Total user comments: 167


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Can ya fuck it?
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№17 Author: micliapu (16 Apr 2012 16:17) Total user comments: 2977


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yes 06
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№18 Author: Drakox (16 Apr 2012 16:41) Total user comments: 164


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WUT wierd but kind-of interesting
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№19 Author: October19th (16 Apr 2012 17:35) Total user comments: 183


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Yeah, we did this in a lab in my A&P class. The vinegar eats away at the shell leaving it "naked" like that and the egg actually absorbs in some of the vinegar which causes it to swell. And oh yeah, these things smell. 04
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№20 Author: Lu (16 Apr 2012 19:49) Total user comments: 15082


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Interesting. Vinegar dissolves pearls as well.
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№21 Author: niniel5 (17 Apr 2012 10:46) Total user comments: 89


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that disturbs me
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№22 Author: salsapopo (17 Apr 2012 15:33) Total user comments: 12723


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wooow will try it
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№23 Author: Zannkimaru (17 Apr 2012 19:19) Total user comments: 213


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what are you thinking keeping an eye in that stuff for 7 days and then check it out? XD
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№24 Author: cherrygarcia14 (18 Apr 2012 21:24) Total user comments: 2278


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39 kinda ewwww
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№25 Author: pash.maloo (20 Apr 2012 00:52) Total user comments: 1713


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and yet u can put vinegar in the water when boiling eggs so the shell will not crack while boiling
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№26 Author: Shadoglare (21 Apr 2012 07:54) Total user comments: 499


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Is that a raw egg? I've picked boiled eggs in vinegar for *weeks* and this doesn't happen.
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№27 Author: Mom (8 Apr 2013 03:12) Total user comments: 0


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Yeah, this is great and all to have this information available, except my 10 year old was quite interested to see the extracurricular pictures that were also on this page, once he was passed looking at the egg pictures for his science experiment. Thanks for the warning! (sarcasm font)
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