Subject: how can I make a stone look like it's bleeding?
Date: Wed Aug 10 20:00:16 2005
Posted by Shona
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Area of science: Chemistry
I want to do an experiment with my son. We think that we should be able to get a rock with lots of iron in
it and add something (water?) to make it drip 'blood'. Alternatively, we had the idea of dipping it in a ph
indicator solution and then adding lemonjuice. What do you think? Is there a more scientific or better way?
Re: how can I make a stone look like it's bleeding?
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