Experiment Kit: Cooling Properties of Mint

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$ 10.95 $ 13.45
SKU: mek16

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Ever wondered if the cooling sensation mint causes is measurable by a thermometer? This experiment kit answers that question! Containing all the items you will need to answer this question. The project is simple, and is ideal as an educational science project or just for fun!

Kit Contains:

2X 250ML Polypropylene Graduated Beaker

1X 0-220 Degree Thermometer

Experiment Procedure Instructions

You Provide:

Mints (Tic Tacs, Mentos, Altoids, etc)

Pen and Paper

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