Snackable science experiments : 60 edible tests to try and taste
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- ISBN: 1624148220
- ISBN: 9781624148224
159 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Salem, MA : Page Street Publishing Co., 2019.
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|General Note:||Includes index.|
Investigate -- Create -- Build -- Explore -- Discover -- Imagine -- Invent.
|Summary, etc.:||"Whether you want to learn the magic of chemistry, the speed of color, the basics of earth science, or the effects of structural engineering, food is a great way to explore all of this and more. Each experiment uses edible ingredients to reveal the properties of the foods we eat every day. Using the acid in vinegar to dissolve egg shells, baking soda to make The Best Fizzy Lemonade, or boiling water to make Ice Cubes in a Flash, each project helps you understand the how and why of the world around you"--Publisher marketing.|
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