Theo Gray's Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do at Home (But Probably Shouldn't) (BOK)
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In the style of popular TV science programmes, "Popular Science" magazine's columnist Theodore Gray demonstrates the wonders of science through 52 visually thrilling, often highly explosive, daredevil experiments. Watch subatomic radioactive particles dance in a cloud chamber! Save a perfect snowflake in Superglue, forever! Make your own table salt! Make your own light bulbs! Launch a rocket with a Snickers bar! Create fire without any flames! Make everything golden! Real science presented in a thrilling and easy-to-understand way, that will have students, parents and teachers reaching for their chemistry sets! This title features 450 stunning full colour photographs which take the reader right inside the science just as it's happening and provide a front-row seat to split-second chemical reactions and subatomic activity that defies the naked eye. Not only are the daredevil experiments thrilling, but each one demonstrates a fascinating principle of elemental science.