3 Crazy Science Experiments You Can Do at Home Compilation

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Intro: 3 Crazy Science Experiments You Can Do at Home Compilation

Hi my friends!!!! In this Instructbles I show you how to make a 3 Crazy Science Experiments you can do at home compilation. These are 3 amazing simple tricks you need to know.

https://youtu.be/xyfYUqZg2fI

Step 1: 1 Experiment - Lemon Volcano

Using a lemon, food colouring and baking soda you can make your own fizzy volcano!
Prep your lemon by slicing the bottom off to make them sit flat.

Step 2: One of the Best Things About This Cool Experiment Is That There Is No Need to Leave Your House to Buy the Components.

- Place a few drops of food coloring.
- Add a spoonful of baking soda into the lemon. It should start to fizz.

Step 3: Not Only Will It Provide the Family With Some Hands on Fun, But Will Leave Your Kitchen Smelling Lemony Fresh.

Lemon juice contains citric acid which when mixed with baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) reacts to form carbon dioxide and sodium citrate, which causes the liquid to fizz and bubble. Citric acid is a common food additive used in soft drinks as a preservative and flavoring.

Step 4: 2 Experiment - Rain Cloud

Fill a jar almost full with water. On top spray cream. Then, squirt several drops of food coloring on top of the cream.
As the “cloud” becomes heavy, the food coloring will “rain” into the jar.

Step 5: Here Is a Super Simple Science Experiment That Teaches Children About Clouds and Rain.

It’s great fun to do at home.

Step 6: 3 Experiment - Black Coral

Step 7: When the Baking Soda Gets Hot, It Makes Carbon Dioxide Gas.

The pressure from this gas pushes the carbonate from the burning sugar out of the sand, producing the “black coral”.

Step 8: 3 Amazing Tricks to Mess With Your Friends!!!

Enjoy!!!!!!!

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    Penolopy Bulnick

    2 years ago

    They look like fun! I like the last one the best :)

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    DreamDabbler

    2 years ago

    I don't think the middle one is a good illustration about clouds and rain, but it does show dispersion and mixing and the effects of different densities. Gotta love an Instructable that ends with poking a weird black blob with a stick!