Chemistry is the science of dealing with the compounds, elements, and molecular structure of matter. Essentially, chemistry is the science of examining substances and objects to find out what they're made of and how the react to different conditions.
To demonstrate how a chemical reaction from vinegar, water, and bleach can accelerate the rusting process of steel.
Acids And Bases
To determine which chemicals are acids and which are bases.
To create a mummified apple by removing the moisture from the apple and preventing bacteria from growing.
To demonstrate how oppositely charged electrons can be used to bend water.
Boiling Point of Water
To study the effect of adding solutes on the boiling point of water.
To determine if color factors into how quickly a candle will burn
To create fun, colorful, and delicious molecule structures out of candy, such as H20 and CO2 molecules.
To find out what chemical change is and be able to answer the question, “Can a material form a new substance when exposed under a given condition?”
To extract the hidden colors that makes up the main colors of various felt-tipped markers.
Cup of Lava
To demonstrate the effects of salt on oil by creating a "lava lamp" in a cup.
Dissolving in Liquids
To explore the extent to which different solids will dissolve in water at a given temperature and compare the results.
To find out how solutes behave when mixed with solvents. After this experiment, you will be able to identify the changes that occurred to the brown sugar when it was dissolved in the different solvents and answer the question, “Which solvent dissolve sugar the fastest?”
Distillation of Water
To convert impure water into chemically pure water by distillation
To examine what happens to various liquids when they've been left in the sun for extended periods of time.
To have some fun while demonstrate how the heating of water inside a bar of Ivory Soap can cause a chemical reaction that results in the expansion of the soap.
To demonstrate an ACID-BASE reaction (a chemical reaction that occurs between an acid and a base).
To demonstrate the existence of starch in plants by separating the compound from potatoes.
Filtration of Water
To remove suspended matter from muddy water in three stages: using sedimentation, filtration as well as chemical treatment
Fruit Battery Power
To demonstrate how an electrical current can be generated using citrus fruits (such as lemons or limes) that is strong enough to power a small light bulb.
Gas To Liquid
To physically see the water that exists in the air through the process of condensation.
Grape Juice & Cleaners
To determine which out of four popular cleaners can get a grape juice stain out the best.
To demonstrate how mixing two chemical together can form another chemical - slime!
Growing a Crystal
To grow a crystal of Potash Alum
Hard vs. Soft Water
To determine the difference between hard and soft water by mimicking hard and soft water conditions.
To observe how two chemicals react to form a flexible polymer, a homemade floam!
Home-Made Glue #1
To create a light, non-toxic, and environmentally friendly glue from household products.
To demonstrate the growth of crystals in reaction to water temperature by creating homemade snowflakes.
Human Battery Power
To demonstrate that a human body can be used as a battery by producing an electrical current.
To demonstrate how the acidic properties of lemons can be used to make lemon juice act as an invisible ink.
Mentos Soda Volcano
To demonstrate how carbon dioxide gas in soda can cause a volcanic eruption when mixed with mentos candy....
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