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Some new found materials are so amazing, they seem to defy the laws of physics. Don’t believe me? Keep watching to find out some of the most amazing substances and materials on earth!
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 Materials and Substances That Seem To Defy The Laws Of Physics! Terminator polymer – Cut this polymer with a razorblade and it will glue itself back together in a matter of hours! Hydrophobic materials.You may have used waterproof spray on a tent or on your shoes or boots but then, when it really buckets it down, it tends to fail pretty quickly! Gallium – Gallium is one of only four metals which are present as liquids at temperatures near-room temperature. Smart bendable wood – Wood will always be a premier building material due to it’s beautiful aesthetic qualities and versatility. Vantablack – Have you ever considered how some blacks look much, much darker than others? One of the darkest places on Earth might be inside a deep cave but now, we can view super-dark blacks above the earth’s surface.
Line-x – Smart materials in cans – it’s a big theme in the 21st century and Line-x’s spray paint offers a method of making virtually any object far more durable by simply coating it in a spray. Super cooled rubidium – So here’s a material which really does seem to defy physics – specifically Newton’s second law of motion. Hydrogels – Some advanced hydrogels are mechanical metamaterials which flows like liquids, meaning they can be poured into cavities. Starlite – Starlite is by far the most mysterious material on this list. Firstly, it wasn’t produced by any scientist but instead by an amateur inventor named Maurice Ward who was a forklift driver and ladies hairdresser from Blackburn, UK. Aerogel and SF6 Gas – When aerogels were first developed in the 1960s they were seemingly strikingly defiant of traditional material physics with extremely low densities and extremely low thermal-conductivity.