Written by the author of the award-winning "Chemische Kabinettstücke" this book demonstrates over 80 enjoyable, impressive and sometimes almost unbelievable chemical experiments for the classroom, lecture hall or home. All the experiments are explained in full, and have been tested several times such that their successful reproduction is guaranteed. Grouped into several cycles -- water, the color blue, the color red, soles, and self-organization -- the topics are perfect for experimental lectures or school projects. Detailed illustrations and the lively writing style make this book equally attractive to readers interested in chemistry, even if they are unable to perform the experiments.
WATER Spontaneous Ignition by Adding Water Blow Up of an Iron Ball Hydration Osmosis Regelation of Ice Sugar Coal by Splitting off Water from Sugar with Sulfuric Acid Sodium Billard Boiling Water in a Paper Bowl The Density Differences of Water and D2O Fire under Water Safe Production of Detonating Gas Fuel Cell for Hydrogen and Oxygen Hydrogen in Status Nascendi Effusion of Hydrogen Freezing Mixture Rapid Crystallization Magic Eggs Colored Kinetics Flushing Peppermint Tea Chemiluminescence The Colors White - Yellow - Black Nitrogen and Hydrogen by Electrolysis Demonstration of the Plasma State "A Sparkling Cross" THE COLOR BLUE Witching Hour Molybdenum Blue Combustion of Sulfur in Oxygen Phosphorus Salt Perl or Cobalt Salt Perl Fehling's Solution Activated Carbon Decolorizes Water Blue Blue Bottle - The Blue Miracle Generatio of Blue (N2O3)dinitrogentrioxide Bleaching with a Household Product Ink Blue - Solvated Electrons THE COLOR RED Purple or Colorless - an Entertaining Demonstration A "Red Component" in Newspapers Bleaching of Tomato Juice with Chlorine on a Micro Scale Production of Non Drinkable Red Wine Red Wine as a Dolor Indicator COLLOIDES, SOLS AND GELS Silica Gel from Alkali Silicates Red Gold Red Gold Sol Cherry Red Gold Sol The Blue Gold Silver Sol by Electric Discharge How to Make a Silver Sol The Reaction of Silver Nitrate with Tannin Dissipative Structures: Chemical Patterns in Aqueous Solutions Acidic Acid Butyl Ester in the Presence of Bromocresol Green Precipitation Using the Gas Phase Methods Become Accepted: Nessler's Reagent and Gaseous Ammonia Reduction of KMnO4 with Ethyl Alcohol Alcohol Test An Old Hat with New Feathers - Precipitation of AgCl with HCI Gas A Chemical Buoy Flower Power Munchhausen - The Flying Styrofoam Ball The Remarkable Rocket Eatable Burning Banana Burning Pecan Sparks and Shining Fire Like Magic... Reduction of Copper Oxide Electric Current from a Beer Can Magnesium Powder Burning in the Air The Alchemist's Gold Imitate a Spider Is it Methyl Alcohol or Ethyl Acohol? Oxygen Content of the Air Rapid Rust Shining Dry Ice Smoke Rings Saturn's Rings Oxygen from Ag2O Flour Dust Explosion Bromine and Potassium Current-free Shining Flat Bottomed Cylinder Rotating Advertising Column S4N4 - A Pick-me-up Thunderclap A Heavyweight does not Stick to the Bottom Icarus and the Sun Disposal of Sodium and Potassium Residues ART GALLERY OF CHEMISTRY Color Composition: Chemistry is Art Underwater Dance Blue Mist Colorful Clouds
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Professor Herbert W. Roesky (born in 1935) is Professor for Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Gottingen. As departmental director at the University of Frankfurt/Main and Gottingen for many years, he has influenced the development of Inorganic Chemistry in Germany as nobody else. Since ever his special concern was focused on promoting students and youngster's interest in chemistry, which is supported by his several book publications and an annual christmas lecture given at the University of Gottingen. Besides numerous honory doctorates he was awarded with the Leibniz Prize and the Grand Prix de la Maison de Chimie. For his book "Chemische Kabinettstucke", which was translated in many languages, he received the Literaturpreis of the "Fond der chemischen Industrie".
Written by the author of the award-winning "Chemische Kabinettstucke" this book demonstrates over 80 enjoyable, impressive and sometimes almost unbelievable chemical experiments for classroom, lecture hall or home. Every experiment is explained in full, and has been tested several times such that the successful reproduction is guaranteed. Grouped into several cycles -- water, the color blue, the color red, soles, and self-organization -- the topics are perfect for experimental lectures or school projects. Detailed illustrations and the lively writing style make this book attractive to every reader interested in chemistry who will be spellbound and educated at the same time.
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