What's inside an atom? How do atoms combine to form molecules? How did scientists first discover atoms? Many people think that chemistry is something that is done by scientists in laboratories full of test tubes and flasks of colored liquids. This title explores what atoms are like, how they combine with each other, and how they form the building blocks of everything on Earth. You will also find several experiments that can be done at home.
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