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Mentos and diet coke

mentos and coke

Mentos and diet coke has become a well known science experiment as it is both interesting and fun.

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Collision Theory

Collision of particles

The collision theory explains how chemical reactions happen and what factors effect the reaction rate.

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An electromagnet consists of an iron core wrapped in insulated wire.

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Hot Ice

Hot Ice a.k.a. sodium acetate is interesting because it can be super cooled and then releases heat when the freezing process is initiated.

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Water Cycle


The water cycle a.k.a. the hydrologic cycle is continues process that we witness countless times, maybe without realizing it.

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Rubber Egg

Turn an egg into a rubber egg (naked egg) by submerging the egg in vinegar over night and in the process learn a bit about osmosis.

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Magnet Science Project

Ideas for your next magnet science project and a brief introduction to magnetism.

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Egg in a Bottle


An egg in a bottle may not be very interesting, although the science behind how atmospheric pressure and a partial vacuum got the egg into the bottle in the first place is.

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Red cabbage contains a naturally occurring pigment, anthocyanin. This pigment when in solution acts as a pH indicator similar to universal indicator.

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Baking Soda and Vinegar

The baking soda and vinegar experiment is a classic. Find out about it and more here..

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Online Science competition


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