Adventures with Atoms and Molecules: Chemistry Experiments for Young People, Volume 1
-- Chemistry experiments that can be done at home or in the classroom using easily obtained and inexpensive materials. Now available in paperback!
-- Includes step-by-step instructions for thirty experiments that demonstrate the scientific method.
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