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Chemistry in the Kitchen. 

   Your kitchen is not much different then a chemistry lab.  You have cupboards full of ingredients /reactants, numerous solvents (water, milk, oil, wine, etc..), a wide variety of glassware and equipment (pots, pans, skillets, etc...), heat sources (stove, oven, microwave, etc...)  

   The biggest difference is, you don't wear "safety glasses", and most of the ingredients are not hazardous.

   So, be creative and have fun.  Bring the results of your "reactions" to class for evaluation by your classmates.

NOTE: YOU Must submit a one (1) paragraph abstract stating the relevance of your "kitchen" project to AP Chemistry!!!






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