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Describing a Chemical Reaction: Playing with Copper

Three experiments involving pennies help young chemists see the chemical reactions between copper and other elements. The first experiment is rhetorical (it prompts students to leave a bright penny out for a year) but the second two experiments involve minimal lab materials and could be done in one or two class sessions. Each experiment requires a short answer, which could be expanded into a lab report.

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7th - 11th
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