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Title:
Star Wars : science fair book
ISBN:
9780545520997
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Publication Information:
New York, NY : Scholastic Inc., [2013]
Physical Description:
126 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Contents:
Part I. In a galaxy far, far away: Make your own clouds -- Forming mineral deposits -- Testing for oxygen in water -- How to make a hygrometer -- Underground cooling -- Creating a lava lamp -- Making icicles -- Keeping warm in the cold -- Phases of the moon -- Water in the desert -- Desert life: the science of survival -- Traveling on sand -- Dressing for hot weather -- Sound in space -- Build a magnetometer -- Part II. Signs of the Force: Staying focused -- Using invisible forces -- Create lightning -- Watching air pressure -- Building a barometer -- Your very own lie detector -- Tricking your eyes: optical illusions -- Grow your own crystals -- Microscopic life -- Test your reflexes -- Part III. Republic know-how: Testing rust on different metals -- Protective coatings and metals -- Cleaning metal, Part 1 -- Cleaning metal, Part 2 -- Homemade periscope -- Studying lasers -- Playing with light -- Life after freezing -- Build your own hovercraft.
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Summary

Summary

Gear up for Science Fair season with exciting Star Wars-themed science experiments!

Based on themes from the Star Wars movies, this book guides budding scientists to create more than thirty exciting science experiments. Includes how to create crystals, move things with "the Force," make a hydrometer, and more.

Perfect for school science fairs as well as fun at home!


Author Notes

Samantha Margles teaches life science at an independent school in Manhattan. She has also written numerous books for children including the MythBusters Science Fair Book.


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