Monday, 3 August 2015

Kids Learning Videos - Why Does Milk Spill When It Is Boiled?

In this kids learning videos, Learn about Why Does Milk Spill When It Is Boiled? The water in milk also boils and comes up as vapour, but the vapour cannot escape as it is trapped below the cream. So when milk becomes hot, the vapour expands and forms a thick foam that pushes the cream aside to let the trapped water vapour escape. So the vapour pushes the cream and the milk spills over. Water when boiled will not spill over where as milk even at low temperature expand and spills over beacuse, When milk is heated slowly, the proteins and fat get separated. Since they are lighter than the milk they collect on the surface in the form of a layer called cream.Kids ask such simple yet tricky questions at times. To help you answer them, we are right here with this HD video. Hey kids, have fun and also learn through the cute 3D animation.

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