Soda Can Jump – Sick Science! #206
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Air pressure is one of our favorite invisible forces, especially when Bernoulli’s Principle is involved. The Soda Can Jump utilizes this awesome principle to launch an empty soda can out of a coffee mug. It’s a hands-on experience in physics that you won’t want to miss.
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The trick to doing this is you have to blow in the space between the can and mug, and the air will force the can up and out.
step 1 was very difficult
soda can jump is A pun soda can can jump
I see the pun in the video's title.
The air pressure flows under the can, an then pushes it up! Causing it to jump!
It have low weight
I'm working on a science project of Bernoullis principal and I was wondering if this experiment is a example of Bernoulli's principal
Lewis (7 years) says its because your breath is like the wind blowing the can up