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So you've started your very own vegetable garden, but now you realize that different vegetables require different soil pH! So how to test soil pH without a kit? Is your soil more acidic or more… Garden Types, Garden Compost, Garden Soil, Lawn And Garden, Garden Fencing, Garden Care, Fruit Garden, Porch Garden, Moss Garden

How To Test Soil pH Without a Kit

Testing soil pH without a kit is actually quite simple and all you need are a couple of ingredients that you probably already have in your home! Test soil pH without a kit in seconds!

Watch the lava flow with ARM & HAMMER™Baking Soda. Shape cardboard into a cone and use a cup to create an opening at the top. Spread Plaster of Paris over the cone, let dry, and decorate as desired. Separately, mix cup vinegar with a few drops of dish Diy Projects For Kids, Fun Crafts For Kids, Summer Crafts, Toddler Crafts, Art For Kids, 5 Year Old Crafts, Summer Fun, Preschool Science, Science Activities

Lava Magic!

Have fun with your children and teach them crafts at the same time. Check out these great DIY ideas with baking soda for kids and families.

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Balloon Air Pressure Experiments for Kids

Check out this easy Balloon Air Pressure Experiment for Kids! This science activity is perfect for an air pressure science fair project.

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Did you all get to see @ladychemistab doing some crazy colorful reactions the other day?!

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Unraveling the Secrets of Vodka - Infographic

You can drink vodka straight. Or you could mix it with orange juice, or cranberry juice, or a seltzer, with a slice of fresh lemon. (And, there must be at least another 20 exciting variations!) Those are the hidden secrets about how to drink vodka! But, the more essential secret is the chemical formulation of Vodka – why, if vodka is essentially a mixture of ethanol and water, do different brands taste so different? This fascinating infographic presents the inner workings of this world…

A graphic showing the platinum drugs for cancer, including cisplatin. Chemistry Posters, Study Chemistry, Chemistry Experiments, Science Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Science, Science Education, Gcse Science, Forensic Science

Periodic graphics: Platinum drugs for cancer

Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning examines the chemistry and impact of cisplatin and its sibling compounds

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The latest media Tweets from Compound Interest (@compoundchem). Graphics exploring everyday #chemistry • @absw 2018 #science blog award 🏆 • Book: 📖 • #scicomm • Graphics & tweets by @ndbrning. Cambridge, England

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