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Chemistry Science Fair Projects

Did you know that chemistry science fair projects can
be created with chemistry science kits?
Microscopes, test tubes, chemicals.
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See the world under the micrscope or thru a test tube
to discover the world of chemistry!

The following Chemistry kits have experiments that can help you to do a project for the science fair. Or you can make up your own with the supplies included in the kit.

Image of Student's Guide to Science Fair Projects Whether you are using a science kit or doing an original project, the Student's Guide to Science Fair Projects eBook takes you through all the steps you must do to complete an excellent science fair project.

See the 5 science fair projects that you can do with the EDU-8355 Super Chemi 120 Kitchen Science Kit. You will have lots of fun mixing and stirring in the kitchen, discovering what familiar chemicals make up your food.

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The EDU-8305 Super Chem Science Kit. Simply put together your mini lab and have fun doing experiments.

Your will do 60 difference science experiments with the EDU-7075 Home & Kitchen Chemistry 60 science kit. Safety and fun with common household items. Ages 8 and up. Image of  EDU-7075 Home & Kitchen Chemistry 60 science kit

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Look at all the new educational kits you can use to do your chemistry science fair experiments:
Bioenergy Discover kit
HyroCar PEM Fule cell Education kit
Solar Hydrogen Educational kit
Fuel Cell Car Science kit

With the Innovating Science in the Kitchen Kit you will have a hands-on learning experience and provide you with materials to perform the following experiments:

. do chemical tests to identify a cooking ingredient

. chromatography on commercial food colors

. examine the protein-digesting ability of a common meat tenderizing enzyme

. examine similarities and differences in materials used to clean (soap, hand dishwashing detergent, and machine dishwashing detergent)

. find vitamin C levels in soda or juice using titration (you purchase the soda and juice)

13 and older with adult supervision. Find out more by clicking on the link or image.

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Image of  At Home Molecular Gastronomy Kit With the At Home Molecular Gastronomy Kit you will be able to use chemical and chemical transformations of ingredients to recreate ordinary dishes in extraordinary ones.

You will learn the science behind the techniques used by great chefs such as Ferran Adrià, José Andrés, and Wylie Dufresne.

You will be able to experiment with ingredients that only to professional chefs. Everything you need to make apple juice caviar, spherified yogurt, or raspberry foam is included in the kit. Explore edible experiments at home.

Science Fair Idea: Get a recipe that is similiar to one in the kit. Make both and see if the what you learned in the kit can make the one from the internet taste better. Invite your friends over and have a tasting party or ask your teacher if you can have the kids in your class tell the difference between the two recipes. What chemical changes did you make to improve upon the recipe? Did it really taste better?

Look at the wide selection of Thames & Kosmos Chemistry Sets. With the C Series sets you will receive an easy to follow manual that teaches the important concepts of chemistry, how to set up your workspace, follow lab safey and experiments.

All the Thames and Kosmos chemistry sets are safety tested, offer thorough safety precautions, include professional quality lab equipment and come with full color experiment maunuals.

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More Chemistry Science Stuff

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The 3D Periodic Table. Everything in nature appears in 3-D, so why not the Periodic Table? That is what Roy Alexander asked his teacher when he was in high school. As an adult he designed and patented the Alexander Arrangement of the Elements in 3D where the elements are contiguous and continuous. And there is a student's hand's-on edition for the classroom!

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Theo Gray's beautiful photos in the 3D Natural Elements Periodic Table show how the elements naturally exist on our planet. It stands 14” tall, and is assembled from 48” x 34” high quality printing in full brilliant color on die cut card stock.

Chemistry Science Fair Project Ideas

  1. If you use invisible ink does a message appear equally well on all types of paper? Does it matter what type of invisible ink you use?
  2. Do acids, bases, and water effect the rate of browning of cut apples or other produce?
  3. Does the brand you use of home color make a difference as to how long the color lasts?
  4. Do all brands of diapers absorb the same amount of liquid? Does it matter what the liquid is (water as opposed to juice or urine?
  5. What chemistry fair project ideas do you have that you would like to contribute?