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You have two glasses half filled with water on the table. And with the words: “And now I will turn the water into milk,” make several magical passes with your hands over the glasses and pour both liquids together - the liquid will become white, like milk.

Focus secret:

Of course, there was no water in the glasses. Place five measuring spoons of calcium chloride in one glass, and the same amount of washing soda in another and fill with water to about a third of the glass. The solutions will look no different from water. Then when you merge them together, a chemical reaction occurs - a substance is formed that looks like milk.

Advice: the sediment quickly sinks to the bottom, and everyone will see that this is not milk at all, so without wasting time, quickly remove the pseudo-milk from the table and move on to another focus, or add a solution of hydrochloric acid to it in excess - and “milk”, instantly boiling, will become "water" again.

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