Science Experiment of the WeekThese experiments are from Robert Krampf - The Happy Scientist
331 - Bread Bubbles - Look carefully at a slice of bread. What do you see? Lots of holes, right. How did all those holes get in the bread?
332 - What's the Password - What is your password? No! Don't tell me! Just think about it. How easy would it be for someone to guess? Let's find out.
333 - Why Paper Burns - This is one of those questions that seems so simple until you try to explain it.
334 - Instant Fizz - A few weeks ago we saw how yeast is used to make all the tiny holes in bread. This week we will look at a different way that cooks put the tiny holes in baked goods. This method uses chemistry instead of biology.
335 - Soda Water Fountain -
336 - Two Way Pressure -
337 - Three Part Pasta -
338 - Pretend Telescope -
339 - Cool Spray -
340 - Testing the Smoke Detector -
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