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Ostwald Ripening in Ice Cream

Ever wondered why your ice cream gets harder in the freezer over time, losing its creamy texture? Ostwald Ripening is the culprit, an observed thermodynamic phenomenon described in this video.

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MIT Engineering K-12 Video Pilot 2

MIT Engineering K-12 Video Pilot 2

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