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Chemistry for kids : homemade science experiments and activities inspired by awesome chemists, past and present!

Author: Liz Lee Heinecke
Publisher: Beverly, MA : Quarry Books, 2020.
Series: Kitchen pantry scientist
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
This engaging guide offers a series of snapshots of 25 scientists famous for their work with chemistry, from ancient history through today. Each lab tells the story of a scientist along with some background about the importance of their work, and a description of where it is still being used or reflected in today's world.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Heinecke, Liz Lee.
Chemistry for kids.
Irvine : Quarry Books, 2020
Material Type: Document, Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Liz Lee Heinecke
ISBN: 9781631598319 1631598317
OCLC Number: 1153352503
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource : color illustrations.
Contents: INTRODUCTION LAB 1 Tapputi-Belatikallim b. 1200 BCE* FRAGRANCE DISTILLATION LAB 2 Galen b. 129 CE* SOAP LAB 3 Jabir ibn Hayyan b. 815 CE* EVAPORATION LAB 4 Joseph Priestley b. 1733 CARBONATION LAB 5 Antoine Lavoisier b. 1743 OXIDATION LAB 6 Alessandro Volta b. 1745 CHEMICAL BATTERIES LAB 7 William Henry Perkin b. 1838 SYNTHETIC DYES LAB 8 Dmitri Mendeleev b. 1834 THE PERIODIC TABLE LAB 9 Svante August Arrhenius b. 1859 TEMPERATURE AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS LAB 10 Agnes Pockels b. 1862 SURFACE TENSION LAB 11 Marie Curie b. 1867 ELEMENTAL EXTRACTION LAB 12 S. P. L. S rensen b. 1868 THE PH SCALE LAB 13 Mikhail Tsvet b. 1872 CHROMATOGRAPHY LAB 14 Alice Ball b. 1892 ORGANIC OIL EXTRACTION LAB 15 Gerty Cori b. 1896 THE CORI CYCLE LAB 16 Maria Goeppert-Mayer b. 1906 THE NUCLEAR SHELL MODEL LAB 17 Rachel Carson b. 1907 DISPERSION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS LAB 18 Anna Jane Harrison b. 1912 ORGANIC COMPOUNDS AND ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT LAB 19 Rosalind Franklin b. 1920 DNA STRUCTURE LAB 20 Edith Flanigen b. 1929 MOLECULAR SIEVES LAB 21 Tu Youyou b. 1930 MEDICINAL PLANT COMPOUNDS LAB 22 Ada Yonath b. 1939 RIBOSOME STRUCTURE LAB 23 Margaret Cairns Etter b. 1943 CRYSTALLOGRAPHY LAB 24 Linda Buck b. 1947 OLFACTORY CHEMISTRY LAB 25 Raychelle Burks b. 1975 COLORMETRIC SENSORS GLOSSARY RESOURCES AND REFERENCES THE PERIODIC TABLE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ABOUT THE AUTHOR ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR INDEX
Series Title: Kitchen pantry scientist
Responsibility: Liz Lee Heinecke.


Kitchen Pantry Scientist: Chemistry for Kids features biographies of 25 leading chemists, past and present, accompanied by accessible, hands-on experiments and activities to bring the history and  Read more...


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"Readers are sure to experience wondrous results in their own kitchens." -- Rachel Mulligan * School Library Journal, Starred Review * "Kids will have a great time exploring the chemistry activities Read more...

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