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Publication date4th August 2011
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How to Make a Universe from 92 Ingredients
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This book takes its title from the fact that there are 92 chemical elements of the periodic table and therefore on that premise that’s all you need to make a universe. Quite right too and this book tells you how to do it.
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SynopsisHow to Make a Universe from 92 Ingredients by Adrian Dingle
How to Make a Universe With 92 Ingredients takes on the impossible and triumphs - it makes chemistry FUN! A unique and imaginative take on chemistry f or children, with experiments that show how all things are made from just 92 chemical elements - from trees to mobile phones, to humans and the Sun - kids will love this fascinating and entertaining approach to the periodic table. With periodic table poster!
About The Author
Adrian Dingle is an experienced chemistry teacher who has taught in both the United States and England. He now lives in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Adrian Dingle is the creator of the award-winning chemistry web site: www.adriandingleschemistrypages.com.
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