Do you want to send secret messages to your friends, without anyone else being able to read it? Or even send a secret invitation to a lover? Play with light and color transmission to hide your messages. It’s your turn to play! […]
You’ll never buy pepper seeds for your vegetable garden again with this tip. With this simple experience, you will understand what a seed needs to germinate. Does it need light or dark? Is it possible to germinate them faster? […]
The leaves of trees are green in daylight. It is thanks to chlorophyll, an important molecule which is involved in photosynthesis to convert carbon dioxide into oxygen. But under black light, chlorophyll is red. A phenomenon linked to fluorescence. […]
Invisible ink is very useful for drawing treasure maps or writing secret messages. Only those who know chemistry will find a way to reveal your message. Let’s use onion juice to prepare the invisible ink. […]
The primary colors are cyan, yellow and magenta. Three colors from which all others derive. One way to find out what the color of the felt-tip pens is made of is to play with water, a coffee filter and use the principle of capillary action. […]
Here is a great and visual experience for you to discover the secret world of bacteria. They are very useful to us and we use them in many cooking recipes, for example. Watch how bacteria turn sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide using a simple soda bottle and a balloon.
It’s a great way to identify which drinks have sugar and which doesn’t. […]
Use molecular chemistry to create foods with unexpected shapes. Do you think making orange juice beads is impossible? This is without counting on the properties of Agar, a natural molecule capable of gelling all liquids. Transform yourself into a molecular chemist to surprise your friends with your edible creations. […]