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Periodic Table Issue Date: 11-15-2015

Cool Spots imageChicago’s Museum of Science and Industry brings the Periodic Table to life at goREACT, msichicago.org/play/goreact. Combine elements in the virtual laboratory and see what types of chemical reactions you can create. You can create more than 300 reactions! Select a topic at Featured Reactions to get started. For instance, if you choose Around the House, you’ll be asked to combine elements that make up chemicals you use in your home every day. Each reaction you build correctly will bring up an image or video that demonstrates where it is used in real life.

Visit: http://msichicago.org/play/goreact
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Everyday Chemistry Issue Date: 01-27-2013

Cool Spots imageChemistry Now, nbclearn.com/portal/site/learn/chemistry-now, shows how chemistry is at work all around us. Scientists share videos demonstrating how concepts such as Cheeseburger Chemistry work. Did you know that the yeast used to make buns is a live organism? Watch The Chemistry of Bread and you\'ll look at burgers differently. The Chemistry of Chocolate explains why its melting point makes it such a popular treat. The historical conflicts caused by the desire for the cloves and nutmeg spices that give pumpkin pie its distinctive taste will give you a new appreciation for this dessert!

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Atomic Adventures Issue Date: 01-13-2013

Cool Spots imageWelcome to Nanospace, nanospace.molecularium.com, an amusement park comprised of the tiniest units of matter. Begin your adventure when you select the molecules on the wall in the Hall of Atoms & Molecules. When you exit the movie, you can enter the H20 Park and choose the beaker to play Who Wants to be a Quindecillionaire? Better brush up on your water facts: if you miss a question you go back to Level 1! Do you like video games? Follow the lighted hallway to a most unique arcade. Try to neutralize ions before they reach the water in Ion Storm.

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Metal Heads Issue Date: 03-07-2010

Cool Spots imageMetal may be hard and strong, but skill, finesse and beauty can be found in many metallic creations. Metal Matters, http://library.thinkquest.org/08aug/01930/callingallsmiths.html, is a site for future “smiths.” Metal is everywhere, from architecture to jewelry. The Virtual Miner lets you search the world for whatever metal you choose, from aluminum to zinc. Metals and Man is set up to show you all the different ways metal is used to better the lives of people. This site will increase your appreciation for these vital substances.

Visit: http://library.thinkquest.org/08aug/01930/callingallsmiths.html
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Mirror-Image Molecules Issue Date: 06-22-2008

Cool Spots imageTake a good look at some super-small, scientific stuff at Mirror Molecules, www.americanhistory.si.edu/kids/molecule. First things first. Did you know that molecules can mirror each other? Take out a mirror and use your own body parts to figure out what a mirror image is, so that you can understand the awesome activities that await. What Do Molecules Look Like? will show you how molecular models work. Then take notice of the big differences between simple molecules and those that are complex, such as your DNA!

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