This is what happens to a dollar bill when you dip it in liquid ammonia

Updated March 11, 2016 ● 1,274 views

In this experiment, a dollar bill is shrinked when after dipping in liquid ammonia.

The paper money is dipped into liquid anhydrous ammonia, then dried, and the process is repeated about a dozen times. As the money dries, it shrinks due to the surface tension of the boiling/evaporating ammonia.