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Puzzle ID:#42220
Fun:*** (2.19)
Difficulty:*** (2.55)
Category:Science
Submitted By:AndrewWalkerAfi*****!

 

 

 



John looked at a freeway and saw a giant molecule on the car with his naked eye, and at a distance of ten yards. How?


Answer

Polymers in the paint of the car can actually bond the molecules of the paint together to form a giant molecule on the car's surface!
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Comments

castillion*gb*
Jun 13, 2008

I don't understand this at all! What ?????
kunjuAin*
Jun 13, 2008

hard one
sourdough
Jun 19, 2008

Uh huh --- Righhhhht !!!

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castillion*gb*
Jun 19, 2008

Come on Andrew - what does it mean????
AndrewWalkerAfi*
Jun 19, 2008

okay, the paint has polymers, or chain like molecules that are stretchy and sticky, and each individule molecule attaches to these polymers to form bigger molecules, and these bigger molecules keep attaching to each other until all the paint is just one molecule.
tommysmo*
Jun 20, 2008

the same is true of a bowling ball. it's a cross-linked polymer. So, the molecular wt of a bowling ball is like 16#.
carawilsonAus*
Jul 08, 2008

cool!! learn something new everyday!
PaladinAus*
Apr 09, 2009

Cute fact.
princess2007A*
Mar 08, 2011

This is SO obvious, dude. How does this even have such a high difficulty rating? Anyways, I like the way you put across the teaser.

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