Electric Pickle

Electric Pickle

50 Experiments from the Periodic Table, from Aluminum to Zinc

Joey Green, Joey Green

$15.99

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Why does a pickle light up when you plug it into a wall socket? Can iron burn? Are Cheerios magnetic? Explore these strange questions and more in The Electric Pickle, an indispensible collection of 50 madcap experiments based on the periodic table. Each project demonstrates an element's unique properties using easy-to-follow instructions. Experiments include:
Hexed Helium Balloon
Green Tornado Fire
Black Light Jell-O
Gonzo Pickle Batteries
Totally Tricky Thermometer
Ludicrous Lead-Pencil Lightbulb
The Electric Pickle is also sprinkled with mind-bending scientific facts and entertaining sidebars about historic experiments and less common, often dangerous, elements.


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Joey Green:
Joey Green is the author of more than 50 books, including Vacation on Location: Midwest, and the Last-Minute Secrets series. He has written for Rolling Stone, National Lampoon, Time, and more. He lives in Southern California.


Joey Green is the author of more than 50 books, including Vacation on Location: Midwest, and the Last-Minute Secrets series. He has written for Rolling Stone, National Lampoon, Time, and more. He lives in Southern California.

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