Chemistry Videos (40 results)
An experienced chemistry professor used to say that it took about one explosion per week to maintain college students' attention in chemistry lectures. At that rate, we'd get in pretty big trouble with a lot of parents and teachers! Don't worry, we still have lots of bubbles, fizzes, bangs, and color changes for you to explore.
Unsure of what the steps of the scientific method are? Not sure how to apply the scientific method? Watch how we use the scientific method to explore the science of popping boba – fun juice filled balls that pop in your mouth. You can find more information about each step of the scientific method at https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/science-fair/steps-of-the-scientific-method?from=YouTube.
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Do you love bubble baths? Then you probably love bath bombs! In this video, we show how to make your own homemade bath bombs and give you tips on how you can use them for a science experiment. Written instructions are available on our website at https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project-ideas/Chem_p105/chemistry/bath-bomb-science.
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¿Alguna vez has oído que se puede hacer plástico con leche? ¡No hay magia en ello, solo ciencia! ¿No lo crees? Entonces realiza la actividad que se muestra en este video para que lo confirmes por ti mismo! Las instrucciones escritas están disponibles en nuestro sitio web en https://www.sciencebuddies.org/stem-activities/milk-into-plastic?from=YouTube.
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¡Experimenta con tu propia receta de slime hecho en casa en esta divertida actividad de ciencias! Las instrucciones por escrito están disponibles en el sitio web de Science Buddies para tanto una actividad “sólo por diversión”, como una versión de proyecto para feria de ciencias:
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When three clear solutions are combined together, the mixture remains colorless for a few seconds, then it develops a bright orange precipitate and finally, after several more seconds, it suddenly turns black. Due to the colors which appear (orange and black), this demonstration is often called the "halloween clock reaction" or the "Old Nassau reaction" (the latter name refers to the Princeton University, where the reaction was discovered). Moreover, the timing between the transitions can be…
Magnetic slime recipe (no borax powder required). Make your own magnetic slime with glue, water, baking soda, contact lens solution, and iron filings. Written instructions are available on the Science Buddies website: https://www.sciencebuddies.org/stem-activities/magnetic-slime-recipe. See this page for suggestions about how to make your own magnetic slime "robot": https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project-ideas/Robotics_p046/robotics/magnetic-slime-robot.
Experiment with your own homemade slime recipe in this fun science activity! Written instructions are available on the Science Buddies website for both a "just for fun" activity and a science fair version of this project:
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This video will show you how to embed seeds in agar plates so you can conduct seed germination experiments. This process is easy and the clear agar and petri dishes allow you to easily observe the seeds as they germinate. For a science project using the agar plates, see the Grow Plants in Microgravity experiment on the Science Buddies website: https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project-ideas/PlantBio_p054/plant-biology/plants-grow-microgravity-arduino-clinostat
Have you ever made your own ice cream? It can be a lot of fun, and you end up with a tasty frozen treat! In this activity, you will explore the interesting chemistry that goes on behind making ice cream. If you do it right, you will have ice cream ready to eat within 10 minutes! Written instructions are available on our website at https://www.sciencebuddies.org/stem-activities/ice-cream-bag?from=YouTube
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Test foods for starch by following along with the simple experiment steps in this video.
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