Amazing Kitchen Chemistry Projects You Can Build Yourself by


Amazing Kitchen Chemistry Projects You Can Build Yourself by

Kids will learn how to shoot candy and soda 10 feet up in the air or create a crystal collage with the key chemistry concepts and exciting yet educational projects in this handbook. With more than two dozen fascinating projects illustrating major chemistry themesincluding atoms and molecules; the characteristics of solids, liquids, and gases; chemical reactions; acids and bases; and the properties of waterchildren learn the theory behind each project and then see the principles in action. A combination of wacky experiments, yummy cooking projects, and unusual creations, the activities can all be completed using common household materials and include walking on goop, making taffy, viewing the world from inside a giant bubble, and many more sure to keep kids investigating how the world works.


This tidy kid-friendly book is crammed with activities and information on chemistry... Lots of science information is mixed with the how-to of the projects and there is hardly a blank space on a page anywhere in the book... A very nicely done and reasonably priced collection. Children's Literature Chemistry experiments in the kitchen! From mysterious oobleck to soda rockets, this book is the greatest fun. I can't wait to try some of these experiments. The grandchildren? They will have to wait. Roald Hoffmann, Nobel laureate in chemistry When young people actually put their hands on scientific projects, they realize how much fun science really is. Amazing Kitchen Chemistry is a source of amazing information and great fun. Peter Agre, MD, winner of the 2003 Nobel Prize in chemistry

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1st May 2008



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