John Adams Bombs Bangs Fizzes
product code: 137922
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Become a mad scientist and explore why different substances erupt, bang and froth.
Launch a film canister rocket, explode a rock salt depth charge and fire a jet engine balloon screamer. With 12 chemistry experiments to discover, you can enjoy making lots of noise and mess.
The set comes with goggles, cone shaped lid, loading tube, rock salt, needle valve, valve tube, bung, rocket legs, film canister and lid, round and rocket balloons, straws, nylon thread, jet engine decoration sheet, red colouring, volcano, lightning aluminium tray and styrene sheet, bicarbonate of soda, syringe, nose cones and instruction leaflet
Please note, to complete the experiments, you will require some house hold items which are not included in the box, these include; a soluble indigestion tablet, sticky tape, a bicycle pump, fizzy drink, lemon juice and vinegar.
Complete 12 fun experiments
Learn basic chemistry skills
Suitable from 8 years
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- Weight: 0.558 kg
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