When This Bar Of Soap Goes In The Microwave And The Results Are HILARIOUS!


These experiments are so cool. Perfect to bond with your kids, or if you are alone with nothing to do, these experiments will entertain you and teach a lot… What I love about them is that they don’t require any obscure ingredients and don’t have any dangerous side effects. These are great to do with children to teach them about the wonders of science. A bar of ivory soap goes into the microwave.

After two minutes on high heat, the door opens and what’s inside doesn’t resemble a bar of soap in the slightest. This is a result of Charles’ Law, or the law of volumes, which deals with the relationship of pressure, volume, and temperature of gas. Simply put, a gas will expand as the temperature increases. Thus, when this bar of soap goes in the microwave, the molecules of air inside it begin to expand. The end result is something I certainly didn’t see coming.