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Chemical reactions have never looked so incredible as Tsinghua University Press and University of Science and Technology of China film these reactions in 4k. Using an UltraHD camera that can film in slow motion, they aim to make chemistry accessible to a bigger audience.

We know that if we had been showed this kind of footage whilst at school we would have definitely paid more attention.
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