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The American Chemical Society (ACS) is a nonprofit organization chartered by the U.S. Congress. With more than 164,000 members, ACS is the world’s largest scientific society and a global leader in providing access to chemistry-related research. The ACS has a large collection of educational videos, many through its popular Bytesize Science series. The Bytesize Science series uncovers the chemistry in everyday life, featuring hands-on demos of scientific phenomena, cutting-edge research, interviews with scientific leaders and episodes highlighting the chemistry behind popular foods, products and discoveries that improve people’s lives around the world.

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  • Health
  • MS, HS
Test the strength of UV rays and the effectiveness of sunscreen with a special color-changing card from ACS.
  • Health
  • MS, HS
Test the amount of glucose in different liquids with urinalysis strips from the pharmacy. Activities related to the testing of urine for different...
chemical bonds
  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
Calcium carbonate is a chemical found in eggshells, seashells, and many other materials. Observe how calcium carbonate reacts with common liquids.
reactions
American Chemical Society
Updated: 
2016
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
Some chemical reactions make things that we can’t see. So how do we know something is there? See for yourself.
chemical bonds
  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
Did you know oxygen causes things to rust? Well… sort of. Observe this rusting chemical reaction to see how oxygen gets used up.
elementary windmill
  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
Discover which materials make steel wool rust.
elementary windmill
  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
Find out how acid rain breaks down materials.
  • Science
  • MS, HS
Try these activities to see how chemical reactions can heat things up and cool them down.
  • Science
  • MS, HS
Be a glue scientist and invent the stickiest glue.
  • Science
  • MS, HS
Dissolving and recrystallizing can help you see similarities and differences in substances.