Chemistry for Kids

Why Is Milk White? : And 200 Other Curious Chemistry Questions

Why Is Milk White And 200 Other Curious

Chicago Review Press

Author: Alexa Coelho / Simon Quellen Field

Children love Why Is Milk White? : And 200 Other Curious Chemistry Questions. The author is Alexa Coelho / Simon Quellen Field and it was published on the 1st of January, 2013 by Chicago Review Press. The children's book has 288 pages. The book dimensions are 8.98" Height x 5.98" Length x 0.71" Width and weighs something like 0.88 lbs. For more information about this child's book, click on our store button.

Covering a wide assortment of everyday chemistry concepts from the incredibly straightforward for the much more complex, this question-and-answer primer provides straightforward, easy-to-understand explanations for inquisitive young scientists' questions. From separating food coloring into its component dyes to creating use of easy-to-find chemicals to make “ slime,” Silly Putty, or bouncing balls, this handy guide could be the perfect resource for the budding chemist. A dozen unique experiments to try at home— from lifting latent fingerprints from a “ crime scene” using super glue (for smooth surfaces) or iodine (for paper) to hollowing out the zinc interior of a penny using muriatic acid— are interspersed with each and every single of the answers to such questions as What makes soda so fizzy? and Why do you get cavities when you eat an excessive amount of sugar?


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