Crystallisation – a global experiment
|Presented By||Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Goal||To grow and compare crystal size - what are the best conditions?|
|Task||To grow crystals of widely available materials|
|Where||Global, anywhere on the planet|
Collaborate with thousands of students from around the world by taking part in this experiment.
|How to Join||
Download the global experiment instructions to find out what you need to join in. http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00001379/global-experiment-instructions-2014
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|Ideal Age Group||Elementary school (6 - 10 years), College, Graduate students, Adults, Families|
|Ideal Frequency||Just once|
|Average Time||Less than an hour|
|Spend the Time||indoors|
|Type of Activity||At school, At home|
|Tags||appropriate for students, big data curriculum teachers, big data student projects, crystals, global experiment, royal chemistry society, saturation, student big data, student project, teachers, teaching|
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