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Physics experiments to do at home

 

A few cheap experiments to do at home, some of which we tried with my brother and his children.

Magnet in copper tube


Uses a strong magnet and a copper tube.


Chain fountain


Uses a glass and a long and thin chain.


Double-slit experiment


Uses a laser pointer and some pencil leads.


Non-newtonian fluids


Uses cornstarch.


DNA extraction


Uses a strawberry, dish soap, salt, a strainer (or coffee filter), and rubbing alcohol (or vodka).

Experiments with liquids



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