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Janice Van Cleave's Molecules

Janice Van Cleaves Molecules


Author: Janice VanCleave

A collection of science experiments and projects exploring molecules.
Do you need to purchase a book? Janice Vancleave's Molecules written by Janice VanCleave is an awesome child's book! The author is Janice VanCleave and it was published by Wiley. This book was available on the 8th of September, 1992. The children's book has 96 pages and it provides you with various black and white illustrations. It stresses Science projects and Experiments. It's dimensions are 8.23"H x 8.11"L x 0.24"W. It has got a weight of 0.4 lbs. To buy a copy at the lowest price, check out the button on this page.

The perfect science fair thought books. * How does heat impact the movement of molecules? Janice Van Cleave's Molecules includes 20 simple and fun experiments that let you to discover the answers to these and other fascinating concerns about molecules, plus dozens of additional suggestions for producing your own science fair projects. Learn in regards to the structure of molecules with a simple experiment utilizing gum drops and toothpicks; about molecular motion with a glass, a cup, and food coloring; about crystals using Epsom salts, a soap dish, in addition to a paint brush; and a lot far far more. Spectacular Science Projects Janice Van Cleave's Molecules* What are molecules produced of? * How do water molecules stay together? All experiments use inexpensive household supplies and involve a minimum of preparation and clean up. Children ages 8-12 Also available inside the Spectacular Science Projects series: Janice Van Cleave's Animals Janice Van Cleave's Gravity KIDS.


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