- Melting #3: Liquid from Copper (II) Sulfate
- I Found the Answer
- I got More Moss!
- How to get rid of flies in your house
- What Happened to the Sulfur Coin? (Sulfur science and can the coin melt again?)
- How to Grow Moss in a Terrarium
- Need that Gold
- Magnet and Heat
- Melting #2 : Copper (II) Sulfate (Confusion)
- What is Scoliosis?
- Yay! 50 Follows!
- Melting #1: Sulfur (Making a Sulfur Coin)
- Playing With Black Light
- (DIY) How to make Ring + Stands for Test Tubes and Funnels
- I Figured out why the Coins look Different
- Is this Iron or Magnetite?
- The Silver Coin
- It’s getting harder
- How to Look at Pond Water With a Microscope
- Let’s Look at Slides #4 (last part)
- Let’s Look at Slides #3
- Let’s Look at Slides #2
- Let’s Look at Slides #1
- My Microscope
- It finally came… 3
- Lab rearrangement!
- The Agar Test and Bacteria Culture
- Golden Rain
- The Story of my Laptop
- Burglar Door Alarm
- Color Change Chemistry 3
- Is Albert Einstein’s Brain Different From us?
- What is Science Fiction?
- Separating Salt out of Water
- Elephant’s Toothpaste
- The Silver Tree
- Is Facebook Bad for you?
- It finally came… 2
- The Sediment of Lead (II) Nitrate
- Color Change Chemistry 2
- Why can’t Chickens Fly?
- Changing Iron to Copper
- Pebble Crab
- The Three Common Indicators
- It finally came…
- Color Change Chemistry
- How can the Glass Catfish be Transparent?
- Leaf Fish
- How to Make a Burglar Alarm Mat
- Eggs are Strong
- The Wood-nettle: a Plant that could Sting like a Bee
- Walking Fishes
- Density Column
- Ice is Sticky
- Do Dolphins live in Rivers?
- Euglena, an Amazing Organism
- How to make the Surface of the Moon
- The Magnetic Strip of Credit Cards
- The Tropical Pitcher Plant
- Can Plants Think?
- How to make a Lava Lamp
- Cold Chemistry
- What will Happen if You stop taking showers?
- Are Video Games Bad for You?
- How to Make an Amber Fossil
- Mushroom Spores
- Slimes and States of Matter
- Invisible ink
- The Sleeping Grass
- How to find Limestone
- What is Xylitol
- (Math) The Nine Times Trick
- (Recommended) Swirling Colors
- How to make a Stalagmite and a Stalactite
- Why Kids Should Study Science
- My Optical Illusions
- The Browning Reaction of Apples
- A Water Pressure Experiment
- The Floating Needle
- Amazing Paper Planes
- The Moebius Strip
- How to Make a Periscope
- Electricity and Magnets
- My Atlas Moth
- The Process of Viral Infection
- The Blue Rose Experiment
- How to Write a Research Report
- 3D Printer-What It Can Do
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Monthly Archives: June 2017
What is Science Fiction? There’s one thing popped into my brain. I’m a science lover, so I need to know what science fiction is. Oh, I could post my research on my blog too. And this is going to be … Continue reading
Separating Salt out of Water Salt (NaCl) is a natural mineral made up of white cube-shaped crystals composed of two elements, sodium, and chlorine. It is translucent, colorless, odorless (officially, though we think you can smell the freshness of the … Continue reading
Elephant’s toothpaste Today I’m going to do this common experiment that is used in chemistry classes called the elephant’s toothpaste. Elephant’s toothpaste is a foamy substance caused by the rapid decomposition of hydrogen peroxide. This is often used for classroom demonstrations because it requires … Continue reading
The Silver Tree I’ve changed an iron paper clip to copper. Now let’s change copper to silver. As said on my post (it finally came 2) the silver nitrate is only 10 grams and it’s about $20. 10 grams is … Continue reading
Is Facebook Bad for you? A long time ago I wanted to know that: are video games bad for you? And I made a post about it. I got a final answer on that question on that. Video games are good … Continue reading
Yes, more parcels! I’ve ordered some more science equipment from the internet and this one came quicker than the last one. I placed the order three days ago (June 20, 2017) so it came two days quicker than the others. … Continue reading
The Sediment of Lead (II) Nitrate Today, I’m going to do a common experiment about the sediment of Lead (II) Nitrate. This is a very quick demonstration showing that two solids can react together. White lead nitrate and white potassium iodide react to make yellow lead iodide. I added 5 … Continue reading