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iScience: Elements, Forces and Explosive Experiments!

by Clive Gifford

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Thanks to the digital magic of Augmented Reality, you can trigger and explode or create chemical chaos in your own room without ruining a single thing. Place your tablet or smartphone near the visual trigger on the page, then hold it up to see metal explode in water or split an atom in the palm of your hand. iScience is packed with educational facts on basic scientific principles. From elements and atoms to sound waves and gravity, read up on the fascinating natural world and discover the wonders of science.… (more)

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