Cory James Marriott is Kickstarting a cool $600 chemistry set. The examples on the video of glowing liquids, colored flames, color changing liquids, and weird crystals are the kinds of things kids hope and expect when they are given a crappy modern-day chemistry set, only to be disappointed to find out it contains not much more than a baggie of salt, a plastic eyedropper, and a pair of safety goggles.
The Chemistry Set includes the glassware, chemicals, and lab apparatus necessary to perform the most interesting and exciting chemical reactions. We have spent months researching the most fascinating reactions to include in the set. All of this research has been compiled in our Experiments Book. This book includes procedures for 40 experiments. The set, along with the book, will enable you to carry out these experiments. Please keep in mind that some of the experiments require chemicals and items that cannot be shipped (such as dry ice, acid, strawberries, etc...) Also included in the set are selected physics experiments (magnetism & electricity).
Many chemistry sets fail to include exciting reactions. Our Experiments Book is packed with the best experiments that science has to offer. Below is a list of a few chemical experiments that will be included. The set includes the chemicals needed to perform these experiments (and many more):
- Iodine Clock Reaction
- Traffic Light Reaction
- Blue Bottle Experiment
- Chemical Garden
- Color Flame Test
- Endothermic Reaction
- Exothermic Reaction
- Copper Sulfate Crystals
- Potassium Permanganate and Glycerin
- Acid & Metal Reaction
- Calcium & Water
- Hydrogen Peroxide Decomposition
- Sodium Acetate Crystallization
- Red Cabbage pH Indicator
- Sodium Hydroxide Titration
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