ChemistryViews Wishes Happy Easter

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  • Published Date: 12 April 2020
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
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Here you will find a collection of
reading and guessing material for the Easter holidays, experiments (see videos) that can easily be done in the kitchen with children, and more ideas for the kitchen (see interviews). Have fun with chemistry and stay healthy and safe.

Boiled Eggs: Soft and Hard — Part 1

Focus: Boiled Eggs: Soft and Hard

When we rap a knife on the shell of a freshly boiled egg we are seldom aware of what a technical marvel we are dealing with

Quiz: Easter Egg Trivia

How much do you know about eggs and their chemistry?

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Video Experiment: Bouncing Egg

An egg behaves like a bouncing rubber ball

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Video Experiment: How Do You Get the Egg in the Bottle?

Extinguished candle pulls egg through bottleneck

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Fun: How to Launch a Hen Suddenly into Near-earth Orbit

The Peculiar Oological Studies of Corentin Louis Kervran (1901–1983)

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Quiz: Characteristics of Melting Chocolate

How does chocolate behave when melting on the tongue?

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Video: Crystallization of Chocolate

Cocoa butter is polymorphic and can crystallize into several crystal forms. How does this affect the quality of chocolate?

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Focus: Chocolate - The Noblest Polymorphism

Chocolate is a cultural asset of mankind. Klaus Roth proves, once again, only chemistry is able to produce such a celestial pleasure

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Interview: What's Cooking in Chemistry: Hiroshi Shinokubo

Hiroshi Shinokubo talks about what he cooks in the lab and at home, with a special recipe for Sweet and Tender Stewed Pork

thumbnail image: Whats Cooking in Chemistry Michael M_ Haley

Interview: What's Cooking in Chemistry: Michael M. Haley

Michael M. Haley talks about what he cooks in the lab and at home, with his favorite recipe from Oregon: Lamb Ragout

thumbnail image: Whats Cooking in Chemistry Gerhard Hilt

Interview: What's Cooking in Chemistry: Gerhard Hilt

Gerhard Hilt talks about what he cooks in the lab and at home, about Noyoris laboratory and very special mushrooms with cannelloni

thumbnail image: Whats Cooking in Chemistry Uli Kazmaier

Interview: What's Cooking in Chemistry: Uli Kazmaier

Uli Kazmaier talks about what he cooks in the lab and at home, with a special recipe created exclusively for ChemViews

thumbnail image: Whats Cooking in Chemistry Uwe Bunz

Interview: What's Cooking in Chemistry: Uwe Bunz

Uwe Bunz talks about what he cooks in the lab and at home, and shares his favorite aromatic dish, Oxtail with Fennel

 

 



 

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