Bring your innovative mind here

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In summary, the conversation is about finding interesting and engaging science labs to demonstrate to students. The participants suggest labs involving gummy bears catching on fire, gas collection over water, and testing money for illegal substances. They also mention a lab where the surface area of activated carbon is calculated, revealing its astounding size.
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Hi I was wondering if you guys know any VERY cool labs I could use?
I want to demonstrate the lab to my student body and i want it to interest them very much so we get more students interested into sciences.
 
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What grades? Sounds like grade school.
 
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gravenewworld said:
What grades? Sounds like grade school.

Yea... Grade 11
 
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My chemistry teacher put a gummy bear in a test tube with a salt that she melted down and it caught on fire.

Another cool one I always liked was the gas collection over water lab.
 
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I don't know what kind of equipment you have, but you could do the lab where you test money for illegal substances. 80% of all money is contaminated with controlled substances.


You could also do the lab where you calculate the surface area of a gram of activated carbon. It blew my mind once we calculated that just a spoonful size of activated carbon has the same surface area as a tennis court!
 

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