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by Howard Gutner
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Publisher: Macmillan / McGraw-Hill (2009)
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This is a collection of science experiments that you can do at home, using materials you either already . Other experiments you can conduct would involve changing the caffeine dose or testing typing accuracy instead of speed. Baggie Chemistry Experiments. Jaunty Junto, Getty Images.
This is a collection of science experiments that you can do at home, using materials you either already have or should be able to find easily. There are several experiments you can conduct in Ziploc baggies using common chemicals. Experiments can explore endothermic and exothermic reactions, color changes, odor, and gas production. The calcium chloride is often sold as a laundry aid or road salt.
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Chemistry in Your Kitchen is without a doubt a delicious book. The author doesn’t stick to the subject of chemistry in the kitchen but uses his book to talk about other subjects. Hartings serves up a marvellous mix of recipes and chemical explanations that can really whet your appetite. His writing is engaging, and he uses storytelling as the vehicle to explore various foods. There are molecular diagrams and reaction explanations throughout. I purchased the book to learn about food chemistry not to read about the effects of low pH in the ocean and the effect of CO2 in the atmosphere. The book is a big disappointment.
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