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Students investigate the properties of this gooey substance and then create their very own using a variety of synthetic polymers.
This series explores aspects of change in materials, including material characteristics and states of matter.
Unique poster lays a graphic foundation for one of the cornerstones of chemistry, the mole!
Students learn each element's symbol, atomic number and atomic mass.
This color-coded periodic table identifies each element and features illustrations of well-known chemists.
Students discover the science behind the fun while they experiment with three fascinating polymers.
Students explore the fascinating characteristics and secret science behind four different polymers.
Students observe how Boyle's Law, Avogadro's Law and Charles' Law combine to form the Ideal Gas Law.
Use this investigation of the first 20 elements of the Periodic Table to illustrate the core concepts of the atomic theory.
Trace the evolution of chemistry from the Greeks to the present day.
Students will measure the pH values of common solutions and create a broad spectrum of colors as they determine the acidity or alkalinity of solutions.
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