Mad Scientist Science can reveal the truth about how things in this world work. And if you are crazy enough to think you can change this
Science can reveal the truth about how things in this world work. And if you are crazy enough to think you can change this world for the better then learn to be a “MAD scientist!” Be curious, be challenging, be watchful and be willing to experiment. Come with your “Mad Scientist” costume and perform your experiments. Led by our resident MAD professor Dr Dinglesplodge, you’ll be seeing how chemistry works using everyday cooking items. Make balloons form without having to blow them up or use helium and make your own lava lamp. Experiments include: No helium Balloons, storm in a cup, rainbow plate and the coke volcano (Please see ingredients needed below)
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Here’s what you need:
STORM IN A GLASS
A large glass water
NON HELIUM BALLOONS
Balloons [regular party balloons]
Plastic bottle 300ml – 600ml
Plate – plastic or ceramic [with a rim]
Food dye – various colours
COKE AND MENTOS
600 ml of coke a cola
Packet of mentos sweets
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(Tuesday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Local Time Australian Eastern Standard Time (Sydney)