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I know there are many recourses online. But I'd like your individual input/advice What are some good chemical experiments I can do at home?
There is lots of interesting things that can be done with cooking and chemistry. Vinegar (acetic acid) and baking soda (sodium hydrogen carbonate) are always fun to mix together. "Bystander" is right, though, there is chemistry everywhere. Keep your eyes (and other senses) "open" as you do your experiments and make your observations. E.g. when you mix vinegar and bakind soda together, what happens to the temperature? What does this tell you?I know there are many recourses online. But I'd like your individual input/advice What are some good chemical experiments I can do at home?
You can try making indicator paper or solution. Red cabbage leaves are the standard home indicator, but I found the juice from inkweed berries changed colour.All very interesting ideas. I am an absolute beginning I've never done any chemical experiments of any kind.