Caption: Thermogram of mixing isopropanol and water. Both liquids are initially in beakers at room temperature and are barely visible against the thermal background. Isopropanol is than added to water and the temperature of the resulting solution increases, indicating an exothermic process. Thermography is a technique for visualizing the temperature of objects by recording the thermal emission at infrared wavelengths. This video was acquired with a specialized camera that is sensitive to electromagnetic radiation in the wavelength range of 8 to 14 micron. The camera produces 320x240-pixel frames where different colors correspond to different temperatures.

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Keywords: alcohol, chemical, chemistry, digital infrared thermal imaging, dissolve, electromagnetic radiation, exothermic, heat, heat radiation, imaging, infrared, ir, isopropanol, mix, mixing, physical, physics, process, proh, radiation, rubbing alcohol, science, solution, technology, temperature, thermal, thermal radiation, thermogram, thermograph, thermography, video, water

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Thermogram of exothermic solution

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