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Color-Changing Gel covered by ScienCentral

What would you do with a gel that dramatically changes color in response to heat, water and salt? As this ScienCentral News video explains, the uses could range from color-changing clothes to monitoring food safety. - MIT engineer Ned Thomas has some fashionable ideas for his new high-tech gel - More at ScienCentral. *Copyright ScienCentral, Inc (www.sciencentral.com)*

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I would like to use this product for an art project. Where can I get some? How is it different from the small discs I used to be able to find for my children, that changed colors when body heat was applied? Where can these be found? What are they called?

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