This demonstration will provide students with a visual representation of the structure of DNA. Students will learn the different components that make a nucleotide, the correct base-pair connection between nitrogenous bases, and visually see the double helix structure of DNA.
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This quick demonstration is a highly visual illustration of the use of acid-base indicators to determine pH. Milk of magnesia is mostly a suspension of magnesium hydroxide in water. Magnesium... read more
Food labels often contain the word "fortified". This means that one or more ingredients have been added that are not normally found in that food item. The purpose is to increase the amount of that... read more
A circular disc is made with two or more colours of the visible spectrum in equal area sectors. The disc is spun and a different colour appears. read more