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How Much Oxygen is in the Air?

The air is made up of about 21 percent oxygen. This science projects allows you to find this percentage for yourself through examining a chemical reaction between oxygen and rust.It is an educational ...

Examining a Trend in the Periodic Table of Elements

This experiment examines the trend of reactivity in the alkaline earth metals as you go down the second column of the periodic table of elements.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicki ...

Demonstrating the Separation of Mixtures

In this experiment, you will separate large-scale substances to understand how mixtures are made and the variance in the physical properties of their ingredients.It is an educational content by educat ...

Does Tea Stain your Teeth?

Discover how long it takes to stain egg shells with coffee, tea, and cola.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource, you will be redirected to the content ...

Make Your Own Crystal Art

A crystal is an organized group of molecules, each with their own shape. For example, snowflakes are made of ice crystals and each snowflake is different. You can make crystals by using salt or sugar. ...

Crystal Wonderland

This project theme was selected to observe the concept of dissolving substances and crystal formation.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource, you will ...

Baking Soda and Vinegar Balloon

By now, you've probably heard of the explosive reaction that occurs when you mix baking soda and vinegar. That's old news. However, do you know what happens when you add a balloon to the mix? Discover ...

Homemade Cleaners: Getting Squeaky Clean

Cleaning can be a chore, but not with this sudsy experiment! Get excited for scrubbing with a project that lets you mix and create your very own soap. Do you think you're enough of a chemistry whiz to ...

Rust Chemistry: How Does Rust Form?

When you hear the term “chemical reaction”, you might think of scientists in white lab coats mixing dark powders to create explosions. Maybe you think of the flurry of bubbles you saw when you mixed b ...

Melting Ice Experiment

Wanna see a magic trick? Magicians always make their tricks look like supernatural phenomena. But scientists can do “magic” tricks with explanations that are almost as cool as the tricks themselves.In ...

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