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Chemical Bouillon, a series of visually abstract chemical reactions

Hydrocarbon vs Ink – Implosion, above, from the Chemical Bouillon video series, “an artistic project studying the graphic aspect of chemical reactions” created by Antoine Delach, Valere Amirault, and Teurk in Paris, France.

Enjoy a few more from their visual series of abstract interactions between substances and materials, including Repulsive surfaces – Viscous fluids:

Fractal trees:

And Ferrofluid – Strip form:

Related watching: Beautiful Chemical Reactions, Pacific Light, Stanford researchers solve the mystery of the dancing droplets, and a classic DIY experiment: Soap Powered Boats.

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