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Old 18 February 2013, 09:20 PM
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Goldfish Chemical velcro sticks underwater

South Korean scientists have developed a chemical velcro that shows promise as a strong and reversible underwater adhesive. The team suggests it could have many applications that require controllable adhesion in aqueous environments.

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Old 18 February 2013, 09:34 PM
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Cool. Not for use in most swimming pools, though:

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The surfaces can either be mechanically peeled apart or separated chemically with sodium hypochlorite.
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I thought it said Velcro sticks underwear.
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