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Sorry if this is a stupid question and help me to improve it.

Super glue is meant to be quick and mostly universal but we can stick to ceramics and/ or wood.

Imagine you put parts with the glue together.

Then later on a specific light or sound frequency would weaken the glue bonds.

Total nonsense, reality or research topic?

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    $\begingroup$ Could be done with light - a lot of UV could degrade the cyanoacrylate, but would be impractical (takes too long, releases toxic fumes, needs access to the glued layer so at least one object must be UV-transparent). $\endgroup$ – DrMoishe Pippik Apr 26 at 19:37
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    $\begingroup$ USC has a temperature reversible super glue for treating battlefield eye injuries. $\endgroup$ – Rob Apr 30 at 3:59

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