Chemistry Experiments for Children
Kids can discover important principles of modern science by conducting these exciting experiments. Appropriate for grade schoolers and teens, this illustrated volume explains the language of chemistry and lab techniques. More than 40 experiments include growing a crystal garden, manufacturing oxygen, creating a miniature volcano, making soap and toothpaste, and more.
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
THE LANGUAGE OF CHEMISTRY
SETTING UP YOUR LABORATORY
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