Test Your Foods for Starch
Test foods for starch by following along with the simple experiment steps in this video.
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Have you ever heard about starchy and non-starchy foods? What is the difference? Starchy foods contain the carbohydrate starch, which is converted to sugar (glucose) inside our body for energy production. How do we know which foods contain starch and which do not? There is a simple chemical test that you can do to detect starch, which involves an iodine solution. The iodine solution turns any food that contains starch dark blue. Try this activity and watch it in action yourself!
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23 Color Science Experiments and STEM Activities for Science Class and Science Fair
Some experiments are "colorful" because they use colored water, paints, or other materials as part of the demonstration of science concepts. The collection of student science fair projects and STEM learning resources highlighted here is "colorful" in a different way. These…
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