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Worldwide Water Test

Posted April 10, 2011 8:13 AM

It's being billed as the largest chemistry experiment in the history of the world, and you can be a part of it. The project involves a worldwide effort by students to test their local water sources, performing acidity and salinity tests, along with water treatment and desalinization procedures. These tests can be conducted by kindergartners or high school seniors using common scientific materials. Want to lend a hand? The American Chemical Society (ACS) is sending volunteers to help those who wish to take part.

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04/12/2011 11:24 AM

One wonder how well controlled/uncontrolled such an experiment would be....

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