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FLOAT

1. 2.

Dissolve 12 ounces (350 grams) of salt in a quart of water (use Kosher salt for clear solution] In

3

glasses

#1

-

Plain

put:

water

#3 - llaLWwater in 1/2 & add salt slowly downside to fill 3.

Biological

Place uncooked egg

in each glass.

Soap

Shows the difference between regular soap and "biological enzymatic" soap.

1

Fill

two

jars

with water.

Add a

biological soap to one jar & mix.

couple

(2-3)

tablespoons

of

To the second jar add the same

amount of regular or traditional soap powder & mix.

2.

Peel two hard boiled eggs and place one egg in the jar with the

biological regular

3.

soap

solution

and the

second

egg

in

the

^ar with

the

soap solution.

Check the eggs every 6-8 hours over the next 3-4 days and note any differences.

The biological soap contains enzymes which will breakdown the egg protein.

COLOR

CHANGES

1.

Soak red red

cabbage

juice.

Also,

in

hot

can

water

use

and

extract

red

unsweetened grape

juice.

juice

Filter

and dilute

& 10

keep to

1

or dissolve a teaspoon of either black raspberry, blackberry, or grape jam in a glass of warm water. Dilute until you have a light cranberry

colored

solution.

2.

To red solution add household ammonia by drops. Stir, and watch color change until it is blue-green.-> basic solution, i.e. pH >7.0

3.

To blue-green solution,

1.

Mix unsweetened grape juice and water in a 1 to 1 mixture i.e.

2.

Vinegar mix : 1 tablespoon of commercial vinegar to 1/2 glass of water

3.

Ammonia mix: 1 tablespoon of commercial ammonia to 1/2 glass of water

4.

Add drops of vinegar or ammonia to the grape juice solution to see

reddish.

of grape

(6-

(6-8

8

-> acidic

juice to

add drop of vinegar or lemon juice -> pink or

solution,

i.e.

pH < 7.0

1 units of water.

1 unit

ounces)

ounces).

color changes. Use a clear bottom glass over white paper.


solution and holding only one straw take from the solution to form a large soap film. By moving this slowly, you can form a large bubble.

PIGGYBACK

BUBBLES

(I

have

1.

Put

24

2.

Add

1

1.

4

drops

2.

1

tablespoon

3.

2

tablespoons

of

a)

put

corn

syrup

b)

add

detergent

c)

use

a

EXPLODING

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drops cup

of

never

of

of

corn

Joy

corn

tried

syrup

in

detergent

and

this)

a disk or 2

container

cups of water.

Stir

until

mixed,

syrup

of

liquid

loop

detergent

water in

dish

plus

and

can

first

water get

and mix

piggy

slowly

back bubbles

COLORS

1.

Poor milk

into

a

shallow dish until

it

is

1/2

deep.

2.

Sprinkle a few drops of food coloring gently onto the surface of the

3.

Carefully,

milk.

dish. 4.

let

a

The detergent

Wait

about

a

drop

of

should

minute.

liquid

detergent

flow below the

Colors

will

start

sorts of patterns. The reaction will detergent to keep the reaction going.

GLOOPY

run

down

the

side

of

the

surface of the milk. to

last

swirl

around

several

and

minutes.

form Add

all more

GLOP

1.

Put

glue

2.

1/3

into

Mix

it

cup of a

together

stuff.

Takes

3.

in

Keep

SCULPTURE

CLAY

liquid landry starch and 1/3 cup of white

a

-

liquid school

bowl.

about

with 15

-

your 30

refrigerator

NO

COOK

hand,

until

you

get

a

big

gooey

piece

of

seconds.

so

it will

not

dry

out.

STUFF

1. Place into a bowl 1 cup of flour, 1/4 cup of salt and 1/3 cup of water. Mix together with a wooden spoon. Press mixture between your fingers to eliminate the lumps. If

mixture

make

a

gets

colored

too

dry,

mixture

add

add

a

food

little water, coloring.

too wet

add

some

flour.

To


2.

Store in a plastic bag in the refrigerator, room temperature before using.

to

but

allow the clay to come

3. After you are done sculpturing, let your artwork dry for several days in the air. You can then paint the sculpture using water base paints. To better preserve your art work, after the paint is thoroughly dry, brush on clear nail polish to give it a shiny finish.

EXTRA

EASY

1

FUDGE

pound

1/2 1/2

of

cup of cup of

powdered

1.

Mix

2.

Pour the

3.

refrigerate

CRYSTAL

sugar

1/3

powdered milk cocoa powder

all

the

above

in

mixture

a bowl

into

until

cup

of

a

until

smooth

shallow pan

stiff,

cut

into

like

a

8

inch

baking dish

squares

GARDEN

6

tablespoons

of water

1

tablespoon of

6

tablespoons

of

6

tablespoons

food

Mix

2.

Place

3.

For

color,

4.

Set

dish

CREEPING

laundry bluing

coloring

1.

1

water

1/2 cup melted butter Dash of salt

salt,

5-6

water,

charcoal

bluing,

in

a

sprinkle

and

ammonia

flat dish food

in warm place

a

in

and pour

coloring

for

pieces

over

couple

ammonia

of

of

salt

charcoal

a bowl.

liquid mixture over the

days

it.

charcoal.

and

crystals

will

appear.

CRYSTALS

Tablespoon

1/4

Epsom

teaspoon of

Salt

1

food color

1. Measure salt and water, dissolve in the water. 2.

Stir

in

food

3.

Pour

into

jar

(any heat

coloring after

lid

so

almost

Tablespoon

of

water

color but yellow) over

warm

water

remove mixture

full

of

liquid.

if

needed

for

salt

to

from heat.

Let

sit

for

several

days.


EXPERIMENT.

Acid indicator Chemists use "indicators" to test whether

a substance is an acid or a base.

Indicators work by turning a distinctive color when added to an acid or base. You can make your own indicator from red cabbage. You can also make indicators from the juice of elderberries or blackberries.

1

To make your indicator, take a good red cabbage — it must be red cabbage

— and chop it up finely on a chopping

board. Then boil about a pint of distilled

water in a saucepan.

You Will Need

• red cabbage • distilled waier • knife and

• small jars • substances 10 test

throw away the used cabbage.The liquid should be a dark reddish purple

color. The color will change when you

add acids or alkalis.

Neutral

ZZ17't " Lemo

take the saucepan off the heat. Let it

stand for half an hour or so until it is

completely cool.

3 Strain the liquid into a jar, and

chopping board • saucepan • sieve • large jar

Ann Tiie chopped carbace carefull7 to the boiling distilled water, and

A To test if something is acid or T" alkali, pour a little of your indicator into a small jar. Then add a little of the

substance to be tested. A change in color indicates the result as below.

Weak alkali

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POP-POP

DIRTY

BOTTLE

1.

Loosely wrap 1 tablespoon of baking soda into 1/4 of a paper towel.

2.

Add

3.

Now add the paper towel to the bottle and seal quickly with a cork.

to a plastic

vinegar

STAND

BACK

PENNY

BATH

1.

To

2.

for the

1/2

oz.

soda bottle

cork will

shoot

cup of vinegar add 2

Stir to dissolve

hot

16

water

and

salt;

continue

if

cup of water

into the

it will

cup of

salt.

all

dissolve

container

in

4.

To make pennies shiny;

1.

To regular tap water add blue food coloring to get a dark to light blue

2.

Find a clear, cylindrical container that is roughly 2 inches in diameter and 7 inches long. The new plastic 16 oz. soda bottles

oil

on

it.

rinse

set

Slide pennies

cooking

remove,

1/2

3.

of

stir,

not

and

air.

teaspoons of

stirring.

into bath,

1/2

in clean water and dry.

rub with a paper towel which has several drops

WAVE

color

(your preference).

work but

are

not

the

best.

3.

Fill the lower half with light mineral oil.

4.

Fill the remainder with the blue water.

1.

To 1 1/2 cups of corn starch slowly add 1/2 cup of water. the mixture is fully wetted but can not be stirred.

2.

Small amount:

is

not

Hold

as

good.

sideways

and watch the waves.

Salad oil will work but

Cap so that it will not leak.

PUD

RAINBOW BUBBLES

2/3 4

-

LARGE

Stir until

1/2 cup corn starch & 3 tablespoons of water BUBBLES

cup of Joy or Dawn detergent

cups

1-2

of

water

teaspoons of

glycerine

You can use cups with holes punched in the end to blow large bubbles. To get large bubbles, thread three feet of cotton string through 2 straws and

tie the two ends of the string together. Separate the straws to form a rectangle shape of string-straw-string-straw. Put your soap solution in a large container like a baking dish. Dunk your string-straw into the


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