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Published in : 2019-02-01 | by DaveHax
Simple science experiments for you to try at home. Make a lava lamp, use orange peel to burst a balloon, make a tea light candle turbine, Mix Coke and bleach, ...
Published in : 2019-03-22 | by DaveHax
Science tricks to try at home. Make a burning candle seesaw, see how hot water actually rises, and make your own cool colored rain shower from a cloud.
Published in : 2017-04-28 | by DaveHax
Gallium metal melts at about 30ºC 86ºF so you can melt it in your hand or warm water, and pour it into molds. Great fun science experiment. Buy Gallium here ...
Published in : 2017-06-16 | by DaveHax
Fun science experiments and party tricks with balloons for you to try at home. Great for kids, charge a balloon with static electricity and bend water or pick up ...
Published in : 2017-04-07 | by DaveHax
Skittles Science Experiment for Kids. Use the candy to make pretty flower art on a plate. Just add water. If you like you can eat the skittles after, and drink the ...
Published in : 2015-04-03 | by DaveHax
Three experiments to do using balloons. Simple and easy to follow. Great for kids. The first experiment used pins and we see that if we increase the number of ...
Published in : 2015-11-17 | by DaveHax
Simple density science experiment that you can try at home to see how liquids and objects with different densities behave. Using three fluids (syrup, water and ...
Published in : 2015-05-29 | by DaveHax
Turn water into wine! This simple science experiment demonstrates how fluids with different density can switch places. Fun to use as a magic party trick or as a ...
Published in : 2017-06-30 | by DaveHax
How to make your mind up with a decision making Fidget Spinner using Gallium. Cast a home made fidget spinner toy. See more Gallium here: ...
Published in : 2018-06-01 | by DaveHax
Liquid Gallium metal Vs Aluminium or Aluminum. Watch what happens if you put Gallium onto aluminium. I had to sand down the surface of the can to get it to ...