Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Ooze Labs Colorful Crystal Labs




Ooze Labs Colorful Crystal Labs for ages 6 and up from Thames & Kosmos. Explore the natural beauty and wonder of crystals by growing them yourself in many different shapes and colors. Set up your lab base station the headquarters for all your crystal growing experiments, complete with beakers, test tubes, petri dish, tweezers, centrifuge, display dome, and more. Then conduct more than ten experiments in crystal formation, using safe, non-toxic crystal salt.


 Make a crystal volcano by growing fast-forming crystals on a paper cone. Watch long spindly crystals form on a rock as if from nowhere.
 Grow crystals in many different ways, such as in a petri dish by evaporation, on a string dangling in solution, and by cooling a supersaturated solution. Experiment with three different chemicals, each resulting in different crystal shapes: monopotassium phosphate, ammonium dihydrogen phosphate, and potassium aluminum sulfate. Mix your own colors for your crystal growing solutions in the spinning centrifuge, so you can achieve a variety of different colors: red, pink, blue, purple, and clear. 

Learn about how crystals form in your experimental solutions and also in nature. After you have completed the experiments with the materials in the kit, you can continue using the lab station and equipment for your own crystal-growing and chemistry experiments, using common materials from around your home like table salt and alum salt. Combine the base station with the base stations from the other Ooze Labs kits to make one awesome laboratory setup!
My Opinion: This lab is perfect for any science lover as you can learn to make crystals using crystal salts and the process it is making you think about how it happens.
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