Domestic science: making chemistry your cup of tea.

Abstract

In the early Victorian home, there were plenty of scientific lessons to be uncovered. With the appropriate interrogation, everyday objects could transform seemingly mundane activities such as eating breakfast, washing clothes or reading by candle-light into household lectures that gave children a familiar base from which to explore the hidden properties and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.endeavour.2008.01.003

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@article{Keene2008DomesticSM, title={Domestic science: making chemistry your cup of tea.}, author={Melanie Keene}, journal={Endeavour}, year={2008}, volume={32 1}, pages={16-9} }