Chemically active!: experiments you can do at home

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Lippincott, 1985 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 154 pages
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Gives instructions for performing a variety of experiments, using easily available materials, that illustrate some basic principles of chemistry.

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Cobb, Vicki. (1985) Chemically Active! Experiments You Can Do at Home. Illustrated by Theo Cobb. New York: J.B. Lippincott. This book of experiments is written by a former science teacher. There are ... Read full review

Contents

A Word Before You Begin
3
Whats the Matter with Matter?
17
j Magical Matter Transformations
42
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Vicki Cobb is a pro at explaining the cohesive and adhesive properties of water. but she can never seem to remember that plants like water too! She finally had to decorate her home with artificial plants to keep from killing the live ones.

Ever since "Science Experiments You Can Eat, " Vicki Cobb has been delighting children, parents, and teachers with the fun of making science discoveries. Now, with the new Science Play series, she sets her sights on the youngest children. who are natural scientists and are always experimenting. Vicki Cobb and her husband divide their time between their homes in White Plains, New York. and Manchester, Vermont.

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