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10 years 26 weeks ago
Excited to roll out our website and share some fun science experiments for teachers, students and families! Stay tuned. #Science #Education

Chemistry Lab

Use a baby bottle nipple to collect gas released from soda. It’s an amazing science challenge: Who’s stronger…you? … or a handful of bubbles?

Difficulty:
Intermediate
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Baby Bottle Nipple Expansion

Burning a candle at both ends explains rapid combustion and explosions.
Caution: this is a flash fire demonstration.

Difficulty:
Easy
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Burning at Both Ends

Raise and lower a helium balloon using a hair dryer.
Now, here’s a scientific use for those old Birthday balloons.

Difficulty:
Intermediate
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Density Balloon

Use two glass test tubes and water to demonstrate adhesion and cohesion.
It’s a mind-boggling event…. Anti-gravity??

Difficulty:
Complex
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Falling Test Tubes

Use a leaf blower to unroll an entire roll of toilet paper.
It’s a mess….but lots of fun.

Difficulty:
Complex
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T.P. Away!

Use an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner to create a soda spray fountain.
Ever see a million bubbles? It’s a mess! Beware!

Difficulty:
Complex
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0
$0.99
Ultrasonic Gas Removal

Remove super-absorbing polymer crystals from diaper fibers.

Difficulty:
Easy
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Use a copper wire to extinguish a candle flame.

Difficulty:
Intermediate
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An experiment var ing one of three ingredients of a plastic polymer made from white glue.

Difficulty:
Intermediate
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0
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Use crystals of soil additives to grow invisible crystals.

Difficulty:
Complex
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