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Science | Science Experiment of the Week | Experiments 331 - 340

Bread Bubbles, What's the Password, Why Paper Burns, Instant Fizz, Soda Water Fountain, Two Way Pressure, Three Part Pasta, Pretend Telescope, Cool Spray, Testing the Smoke Detector.



Science Experiment of the Week

These 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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