Turning water into wine and then into beer and finally milk is an extremely versatile chemistry demonstration. It can be used to introduce or reinforce several important concepts in chemistry including evidence for chemical change and types of chemical reactions – by simply pouring a liquid from one glass to another, four different “beverages” are instantly created!
Categories: Teacher Demonstration
Almost every child at one time or another has experienced the wonder, and later, a sense of loss, from a helium balloon. The emotional attachment most students have to helium balloons can be used to... read more
In this inquiry, students are shown how to do a simple titration with basic apparatus, using a dropper instead of a burette. This enables students to do several quick titrations using different... read more
Flour is an ingredient that is found in most kitchens and used regularly for baking and cooking. Consequently, it is considered safe, and people do not regard the potential hazards. In reality, flour... read more