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welcome to TTI welcome to a whole new world of science and fun today we're

going to explore some incredible and amazing materials from the world of

science fiction so sit back relax and enjoy the video number one do a yen

polyuria spray well we all know that many martial artists have enough

strength to break these concrete blocks with just one strike not bad huh they

believe that true strength comes from inside not outside but this concept is

challenged by a Turkish company duo yen the company has developed a polyuria

spray system which provides an excellent outer protective strength to protect the

wall of blocks it needs the double layer spray

application whenever this polyuria spray dries its outer film becomes stronger

just like Superman I mean strong enough that it can withstand beating from

hammers while the martial artists will freak out on this material

if you spray a single block then of course it will provide you with some

impressive physical strength even against Thor's hammer while even Thor

needs some serious upgrades to his old hammer if you apply this spray on

cardboard boxes then after drying it will become a strong water-resistant

storage tank or even you can stand on this cardboard without any physical

damage or it can be used as a fish tank for fishing guys it's really awesome

without a doubt you know how weak thermic all is it breaks easily but with

the help of this magical spray you can't imagine this or this it can be used to

protect watermelons from physical damage as well guys tell me what will you coat

with this let me know in the comments number two

healing cloths probably you've seen the coolest scene of Hulk transformation

where Bruce spanners transforms into a green giant monster and during his

transformation all this clothes ripped out except his pants or maybe you've

seen Superman movies where his clothes remained undamaged even after some

extreme fights right

well welcome to the world of Wolverine where materials can self repair you can

cut it in half even after you can join it thanks to its self-healing property

it's exceptional fabric can be healed after penetrating multiple times by

these nails it reacts to heat and friction and reconnects the puncture

holes it can withstand the extreme forces and can be stretched to 50 times

of its original length this recently developed material can conduct

electricity and have high transparency it's developed by a company imperial

motion and possibly it can be used in self-healing electronics to number-3

non-newtonian fluid this creepy liquid can be created at home just by uniformly

mixing the potato starch and water the main feature of this non-newtonian fluid

is that it behaves differently depending on the pressure force if you hit the

liquid surface with your fist it'll feel like a solid and elastic material but if

you repeat the moments slowly the liquid will behave normally and you can easily

place your hand inside

the strange behaviors of this liquid happened because of the molecular

structure of the substance and the bonds between the molecules inside it number

forms thermochromic paint now you can change your car's color or pattern by

using thermochromic paint the thermochromic paint is the same material

that is found in mood rings and under the screens of many smartphones or LCDs

this material when exposed to heat the molecular structure changes and it

reflects different colors on warm conditions the thermochromic paint

intentionally prepared in such a manner that will change its color at 37 degrees

Celsius which is our body temperature this color under warm water becomes

translucent revealing the car's true tone after a few moments the paint

becomes opaque again number five super glue glue is not a new material

it's pretty much a historical thing the earliest evidence of glue is on cave

paintings over 5000 years old but super glue is way more different than regular

ones one company broke the Guinness Book of World Records with his impressive

product Loctite cyano acrylic adhesive they just used nine drops of adhesive to

lift a car weighing more than five tons Loctite pushed its products beyond the

limit and they demonstrated that only 3 grams of Loctite adhesive is required

for pulling 208 tons of a train for one hour

with Loctite hy4 zero nine zero adhesive you can stick to half pieces of golf

balls into one piece and it's strong enough that it can withstand a lifetime

of hits from a golf stick also henckles Loctite products are used in

various medical devices for life-saving purposes Loctite super glue pen can be

used to stick broken things around the house safely and precisely an addition

super glues are used in CSI laboratories to find finger prints as well

number six lava lava is one of the hottest and fascinating materials known

to humans actually lava is nothing more than a rock that is melted into the hot

liquid state voilá is also known as magma that contains crystals unmelted

rock dissolved gases silica titanium calcium and a few more elements when

completely cool natural carbonatite lava turns silvery creating an otherworldly

landscape around the volcano even though lava is 1 million times more

viscous than water surprisingly it can flow great distance before cooling and

solidification due to its thixotropic properties surprisingly lava rocks are

used for decoration and gardens building materials and for construction of

beautiful wall textures in addition lava rocks used for cooking food and are used

for grilling meat when lava meets water the water starts evaporating below the

lava surface and produces steam thus the result is beautiful as well as bubbly

and it blows up similarly when lava meets ice the ice

directly turns into vapors and is unable to escape through the thick and dense

layer of lava the lava gets a bubble pattern on its

surface due to the vapors entrapment number seven glittering ink all that

glitters is not gold probably you've heard this face but this is the

glittering calligraphy technique developed by a great Dutch artist life's

mission lib got and this calligraphy technique is worth more than gold she

uses oblique holders and nib for this calligraphy with the self mixed ink

she makes the custom ink with water Arabic gum and some glitters thus each

stroke magnificently dazzles this calligraphy technique can be used in

logo designing and for making wedding cards and many other applications

glittering ink can be produced in multiple colors and it's really

beautiful guys share this video with those friends who love calligraphy or

glitter number 8 bio elastic display this ultra thin bio

elastic display is developed by Samia research group at Tokyo University

it fits perfectly on the skin and it can monitor your health by measuring vital

signs such as a blood pressure and heart rate it can transmit biometric data onto

the online cloud or smartphones as well as the biometric readings can be

displayed on the screen in real time this new integrated system combines a

flexible and a deformable display with lightweight sensors ultimately this is

very comfortable for aging populations number 9 fire extinguisher ball

probably you know Iseman he can extinguish a fire with his supernatural

powers similarily Superman can extinguish a fire with just a single

blow introducing the fire extinguisher ball a lightweight compact and spherical

designed ball compared to conventional fire extinguishing cylinder it is

lightweight safe effective and easy to use simply throw it into a fire it will

activate within just three seconds and effectively dispersed extinguishing

chemicals when a fire occurs and known as present fire extinguishing ball will

self activate when it comes into contact with fire and gives a loud noise

as a fire alarm there is no special training or skill required to operate

the ball you just throw it number 10 gradient index glass we all know that

light does not always travel in straight lines light curves when it passes

through gradient index materials these are materials that don't have a uniform

composition and its refractive index changes from the top to bottom this

material is used in creating optical fibres that's used to connect our world

through telephone signals internet communication signals and cable

television signals they allow transmitting data as the pulse of light

across countries and oceans thanks for watching which material did you find

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