This interesting resource shows what happens when a light bulb is placed in a microwave oven. Click on the source to get a video and Steve Spangler’s explanation of how this works.
How science-savvy are most musicians? Can a singer tell the difference between an ionic and covalent compound when dissolved in solution? In this cool activity students use sound to test conductivity of solutions. Continue reading
The amount of air that you move in and out of your lungs while breathing normally is called TIDAL VOLUME. This amount of air provides enough oxygen for a person who is resting. Continue reading
Lemon battery, powers light bulb, Joey’s science project, 6 year old Joey (First Grade) demonstration of an electrical lemon battery. Continue reading