By By Harry Baker – Staff Writer for LiveScience https://www.livescience.com/einsteinium-experiments-uncover-chemical-properties.html Scientists have uncovered some of its basic chemical properties for the first time. Named after Albert Einstein, the chemical element einsteinium has 99 […]
Done May, 2019 at New West High School.
Watch what happens when boiling water in an aluminum can is inverted into an ice water bath.
How do you get a hard-boiled egg into an Erlenmeyer flask? Watch and see.
There is a brand new wooden meter stick underneath the newspaper. Six inches is sticking out from underneath the paper. Watch what happens.
From New West High School, 2019-2020. Another view of the same demo…
From Newser: French scientist Emmanuelle Charpentier and American Jennifer A. Doudna have won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing a method of genome editing likened to “molecular scissors” that […]
New West High School — February 2019
Here is a short demonstration of the oxidizing power of molten potassium chlorate on a small piece of wood (thanks Jessie)…this was period 5 today…