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Chemistry in the Kitchen: The Science Behind Ice Cream
April 8, 2009 · 6 Comments

Legend has it that the Roman emperor Nero discovered ice cream. Runners brought snow from the mountains to make the first ice cream. Making ice cream at home is easy – no mountain marathon required! Just read the instructions below and enjoy your very own homemade ice cream.  Photo Credit: Jessicafm Materials: Sugar Milk Vanilla […]

HOW TO: Christmas Chemistry Creations
December 3, 2008 · 18 Comments

This holiday season, we’re bringing you a series of fun science projects you can do at home – all with a holiday theme. In the first part in the series, Kat teaches us how to make the holidays sparkle! Use this wonderful chemistry concoction to “grow” your own amazing Christmas decorations! Things you will need: 20 Mule […]



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