61 Creative Chemistry Experiments

61 Creative Chemistry ExperimentsSawan presents 61 Creative Chemistry Experiments book for kids. This book on science experiments with colourful pictures and easy to understand text not only ensures loads of fun attempting these projects at home.🧪🔬

Put A Shine On It (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Tarnished piece orpieces of silver Pan or dish (should bedeep enough to immersethe silver completely) Aluminium foil to coverthe bottom of the dish Hot (nearly boiling) water(to fill the dish) Baking soda (add ½ cup ofbaking soda for 8 cups ofwater) Next time, your mother takes the household silver to the jeweller …

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Iron In Your Cereal (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: q 2-3 cups of iron-fortifiedbreakfast cerealq Strong magnetq Zip lock plastic bagq Water Next time you are about to eat your favouritebreakfast cereal, why not test it, whether it isactually fortified with iron (as the box says), or not? INSTRUCTIONS Pour the cereal into a plastic bag which can be sealed so …

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Swimming Fish (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: A bowl or dish withlarge surface area Water Liquid soap Cutouts of fish (madefrom cardboard) Cotton swab Work with the principles of surface tension and create your own swimming fish. Watch how your fish swims around in the water by following this simple experiment. INSTRUCTIONS Take water in a large dish, which …

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Sticky Business-Turning Milk Into Glue (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Milk Vinegar Baking soda Water Strainer Plastic container Gas stove Pan Follow this experiment to see how you can convert your bedtime drink into glue! INSTRUCTIONS Heat 1 and a ½ cups of milk in a pan. Once it is warm, add 3 teaspoonfuls of vinegar to the milk. Keep heating this …

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Lighting A Fire With Water (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Potassium permanganate(your mother probablyhas it in the kitchen) Glycerin Water Dish Tablespoon Another way to amaze your friends is to ask them to try lighting a fire with water. They cannot use matchsticks either. Show your friends this cool trick which is nothing but chemistry. INSTRUCTIONS Take about 2 tablespoonfuls of potassium …

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Elephant Toothpaste (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Large empty plastic bottle 3% hydrogen peroxide(available at any chemist) 1 packet of active dryyeast Food colour 3 tablespoonfuls of warmwater Liquid soap Almost each of us has tried squishing a toothpaste tube just to see all that toothpaste squirt out for fun. But imagine what it would look like if someone …

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Anti-Bubbles (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Sugar Dish-washing liquidsoap Straw Water Glass Teaspoon Where normal bubbles are filled with gas, anti-bubbles are the globules of liquid surrounded by a thin film of gas. While they are a common occurrence, we don’t always notice them. INSTRUCTIONS Take a glass filled with water and dish-washing liquid soap mixed together. Pour …

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Unpoppable Bubbles (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Glass bowl Bubble wand 1 cup of regulardish-washing liquid soap ½ cup of corn syrup(light or darksyrup will do) Spoon Bubbles are fun, but they are also extremely fragile. What if you could make gigantic bubbles which did not pop. Follow this simple experiment to find out. INSTRUCTIONS Take a glass bowl …

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Glow In The Dark Alum Crystals (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Hot water Alum Fluorescent highlighter Jar String Rubber/Latex glovesq Glassq Newspaper & Tissue paper Growing your very own crystals is fun, but imagine how much more exciting it would be if they could glow in the dark! INSTRUCTIONS Firstly, cover the entire workspace with a newspaper and put on the rubbergloves, because …

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Smoke Bombs (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Potassium nitrate(available at chemists orfertilizer shops) Sugar A utensil Aluminium foil Try making your very own smoke bombs with this simple experiment and have loads of fun trying them out with your friends. INSTRUCTIONS Take a unit of measurement and measure out 3 parts of potassium nitrate and 2 parts of sugar …

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Perfume Recipe (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Rose petals or petals ofother flowers that you like Eucalyptus leaves Cloves Orange or lemon treeleaves Mint leaves Rubbing alcohol (availableat a chemist) Small jars and a spoon Paper towel Ear-bud Perfume making is one of the oldest forms of chemistry. Impress your friends by making natural perfumes from these simple ingredients. …

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Homemade Thermometer (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: q A small transparentbottleq Food colourq Water (normaltemperature)q Bowl of hot waterq Bowl of cold waterq Strawq Clayq Index card and pencil Try this fun experiment to make your very own thermometer at home. Understand how water molecules expand and contract with a change in temperature. INSTRUCTIONS Take a small transparent bottle …

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Fire Writing (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Potassium nitrate(available in stores, alsoknown as saltpeter) Paper (a heavy paper,like parchment or cardpaper) Water Paintbrush Matchstick Candle You have already tried writing messages in invisible ink. Now amaze everyone with fire writing. Burn a message or drawing onto the paper. INSTRUCTIONS Make a saturated solution of potassium nitrate, by dissolving a …

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Water Marbles (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: 2 teaspoonfuls of bakingsoda Vinegar Fridge Drinking glass Gas stove Utensil and a plasticcontainer ½ cup of iodized salt ½ cup of calciumbicarbonate Combine basic chemistry and household items, to make water marbles. The interesting part is that these marbles are not made out of water at all. INSTRUCTIONS Firstly, take1 teaspoonful …

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Rising Matchstick Trick (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: A matchbox Matchsticks Coin Here is another party trick. Ask people toremove a coin from under a matchstick withouttouching the matchstick which is placed on it. INSTRUCTIONS Take a matchstick and bend it at 45 degrees. Place the matchstick on a matchbox in such a way that the bent angle is facing …

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Magic Coloured Milk (Creative Chemistry Experiments)

You will need: Milk Food colours Dish Dish-washing liquid soap Cotton swab If you add colouring to milk, nothing happens. But when you just add one more ingredient to the milk, you are rewarded with a beautiful swirling milk wheel. INSTRUCTIONS Take enough milk in adish so that it may coverthe bottom. Add drops of …

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