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Thursday, January 4 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Using Dry Ice for Science Demonstrations REPEATED W77

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This presentation will include a series of demonstrations which use dry ice to bring elements of the primary and secondary national curiculum to life. Mike is a chemical engineer and has worked with dry ice for over a decade he regularly visits schools to provide demonstrations. Areas covered include phase change and (safe!) explosions, small water rockets powered by dry ice, how to make fizzy grapes, classroom fog effects, instant icecream, vortex rings, making a comet, cloud chambers and more - if there's time! The presentation will explain how you can use dry ice for lessons and open evenings.

Safety issues and practical matters such as how to order, use and store dry ice will also be covered.

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Hello! Chillistick is the leading supplier of dry ice for schools in the UK. We also manufacture hardware to enable the curriculum to come to life for both Primary and Secondary students. In our demonstrations we will be showing indoor flying rockets, (safe!) explosions how to make... Read More →

Thursday January 4, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm GMT
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