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The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments
Summary: was a children’s chemistry book written in the 1960s by Robert Brent and illustrated by Harry Lazarus, showing how to set up your own home laboratory and conduct over 200 experiments.
Create a database on the Periodic Table of Elements
Summary: Create a database on the Periodic Table of Elements
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