What chemicals make up our cleaners? Students experiment with properties of lip balms, soaps, and cleaning products and learn the role of chemistry and technology in designing effective products to sanitize and disinfect. Some of the nine activities include making a liquid hand soap, preparing and testing lard soap, cleaning cold surfaces, and testing and developing a window cleaner. 1999, 76 pages.
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