Fully Charged: Electricity
Readers will learn how science is at work all around them, as demonstrated through everyday items. Each spread is dedicated to one concept and features a series of vignettes demonstrating the concept in action in everday circumstances. Fact boxes present strange-but-true facts while practical projects demonstrate concepts.
Making Electricity the Chemical Way
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