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All eggs, raw or cooked, look the same. But there is a curious way to find out if an egg has been cooked or not without having to open the shell to do so.
With this experiment for children we teach you to check the difference between a boiled egg and a raw egg. And what is better, we will only need to turn them to know it.
- 1 boiled egg
- 1 raw egg
Tip: We recommend that you do the experiment on a large surface to prevent any of the eggs from falling out. Especially the crude, since everything would be lost!
1. Take two eggs, one cooked and one raw.
2. Stir them together until we no longer know which is the raw egg and which is the cooked one.
3. Choose one of the two at random and turn it on the table.
4. Take the remaining egg and turn it on the table. You will see that the raw egg barely rotates, while the cooked egg does, since it is much more compact as it does not have liquid inside.