Mad Science Experiments You Can Do At Home But STILL Probably Shouldn t Best selling author Theodore Gray is back with all new spectacular experiments that demonstrate basic principles of chemistry and physics in thrilling and memorable ways For nearly a decade Theodor

  • Title: Mad Science 2: Experiments You Can Do At Home, But STILL Probably Shouldn't
  • Author: Theodore Gray
  • ISBN: 9781579129323
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Best selling author Theodore Gray is back with all new, spectacular experiments that demonstrate basic principles of chemistry and physics in thrilling, and memorable ways For nearly a decade, Theodore Gray has been demonstrating basic principles of chemistry and physics through exciting, sometimes daredevil experiments that he executes, photographs, and writes about forBest selling author Theodore Gray is back with all new, spectacular experiments that demonstrate basic principles of chemistry and physics in thrilling, and memorable ways For nearly a decade, Theodore Gray has been demonstrating basic principles of chemistry and physics through exciting, sometimes daredevil experiments that he executes, photographs, and writes about for his monthly Popular Science column Gray Matter Theo Gray s Mad Science Experiments You Can Do at Home, But Probably Shouldn t, published by Black Dog in 2009, collected Gray s Popular Science columns, along with hundreds of photographs, many of which were not published with the original columns.Now comes the second volume of mad scientist experiments, which includes dramatic, enlightening, and sometimes daring demonstrations in which Gray dips his hand into molten lead to demonstrate the Leidenfrost effect crushes a tomato between two small magnets to demonstrate the power of neodymium iron boron magnets and creates trinkets out of solid mercury to demonstrate how the state of matter depends very much on the temperature at which it exists.Other experiments include A foil boat floating on an invisible sea DIY X ray photos A bacon lance that cuts steel Charging a smart phone with apples and pennies And dozens

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    1. Thanks to Netgalley and Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers for a copy of this wonderful book to review.I feel envious of any science geek yet to discover the wonderful works of Theo Gray. But not that envious as I have had the pleasure of having them in my life for the last few years. Theo's books speak volumes about the simplicity and beauty of the elements and chemistry in general.Theo is a chemist, educator, element collector, photographer and a mad man; so essentially a scientist with a ca [...]

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    3. Quick and engrossing read. I was amazed by how easy Theodore Gray makes some of these experiments seem. Lots and lots of pictures, complete with short and easy to understand commentary and instructions.

    4. A vaguely entertaining book with some crazy science experiments. The book is ostensibly a how-to manual, but most of what they do you would *not* want to try yourself. Setting powdered sugar on fire, mixing glycerin and potassium permangenate, making gunpowder out of common ingredients, etc.

    5. Another great book from Theo Gray. More practical than the last on, so it might actually be useful in a classroom.

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