How do you dissolve a nail?


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2008-01-17 17:58:46
2008-01-17 17:58:46

I dont know but im experimenting it

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The acids in coke is the STUFF that makes the nail dissolve.

If you dipped your nail in a can of fresh coke for like 80 years maybe it can dissolve... a bit...

IT can dissolve a paper clip, but it cant dissolve meat or a nail.

It wont completely dissolve it but it will change the texture of the nail.

paint thinner or nail polish will do it

Yes but it will take time.

It would eventually :p

It is often stated that coke has enough acid to quickly dissolve a galvanized nail but in my science class I had a nail in coke for a complete school year and it had no effect other than to make it shiny.

acetone non polar and nail polish non polar

yes it will I've tried it

The main solvent used to dissolve nail polish is acetone. That is the main ingredient in most nail polish removers.

i think it will be yes

yes, it is just as strong as coke

acetone, a major componant of nail varnish remover.

Nail polish contains solvents to help the other ingredients suspend properly in the nail polish. It is these solvents that dissolve the Styrofoam.

1.) Go to the store. 2.) Buy nail polish remover. 3.) Use as directed on the label.

Nail polish remover (acetone) is not polar enough to dissove sodium chloride.

It thins/ dissolves the nail varnish. If the nail varnish remover contains acetone it can also dissolve false nails. (I did write the last answer I just wasn't signed in)

Keratin is quite impervious to coca cola.

Because it isn't water-based…

Nail polish is hydrophobic and will not dissolve in water.

i asked my science teacher this and he said that when nail varnish dries, two main substances evaporate, putting nail varnish in water allows the nail varnish to evaporate quicker!

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