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Students demonstrate the importance of emulsifiers in combining oil and water mixtures.
What is fermentation? Students follow a recipe to make root beer and show the process of fermentation.
Students demonstrate the relationship between taste and smell.
Students demonstrate the scientific method as they explore what makes popcorn pop.
In this episode, host Dianna Cowern conducts and explains 5 scary physics experiments. She uses dry ice, a Van de Graaff generator, and a plasma ball to demonstrate a few principles of physics. Part of the "Physics Girl" series.
Students demonstrate the process for making cheese and how the composition of milk aids the cheese making process.
Students use potatoes to demonstrate the importance of washing hands and handling food.
Bill Nye demonstrates simple experiments that can be done at home. These show scientific ideas about air pressure, weighing gas, bending light, static electricity, and others. Emphasizes that a good experiment is repeatable.
In this episode, host Dianna Cowern studies the power of sound. She joins a group of performers to experiment with the powerful speakers at U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC. Part of the "Physics Girls" series. Please note this video may potentially trigger seizures for viewers with photosensitive epilepsy.
A food science professor discusses the chemistry and physics of food preparation and cooking. She also gives an overview of a food science laboratory and its equipment.
Third in the series of three productions designed to let students learn by doing, guiding them through the science and history behind the Wright Brothers' invention of powered flight. This third component contains the same "how to" segments from the second in the series (13692) and parts of the history and scientific concepts from the first in the series (13691). However, it also provides greater ease and flexibility in locating, reviewing, and pausing in and between segments than the other two productions in the series. Good for sharing with students to aid them as they build and experiment with kites, gliders, and rubber-band-powered planes.
In this episode, host Dianna Cowern races against the clock to complete 20 physics experiments in five minutes. Feel free to try them at home but note that some require adult supervision. Part of the "Physics Girl" series.
Focuses on organic chemistry experiments that demonstrate the preparation and properties of ethanol. Additional experiments review ethyne (acetylene), and naphthalene.
Lab experiments test for oxygen and show its reaction to iron and carbon.
Chemistry experiments demonstrate four distinct ways to separate chemical mixtures: filtration, crystallization, distillation, and sublimation.
Lab experiments show how magnesium, zinc, iron, and copper react with hydrochloric and nitric acids. Also shows the displacement of two metals from salts.
Two young science students learn about measuring energy through calorimetry. They conduct experiments to measure the amount of energy in hay.
The concepts of reliability and validity are demonstrated through a simple exercise. Students learn the importance of consistency and interpreting data in a relevant manner when conducting experiments.
Chemistry experiments with salts demonstrate the following: neutralization; neutral, alkaline, and acid solutions; preparing zinc sulfide and sodium chloride; and the formation of ammonium chloride.
Explains where and when the scientific method originated and describes each of the five steps that comprise the method. Each step is broken down and explained through a series of scientific experiments.
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