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Take the pressure off pickling.
Create clouds in a bottle by rapidly expanding the air.
A fun way to visualize gas molecules in constant motion.
Eggsplore gas properties while making a snack.
Just spew it—build your own cyclic hot water fountain.
Different kinds of light can be used to study life.
Use your skin and different metals to create a battery.
Make the liquid in this toy rise and fall in a cycle.
Use electricity to break water into its elemental components.
Use static electricity to stick a straw almost anywhere.
Create and examine an ice balloon.
Break water into hydrogen and oxygen with a simple device.
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