Table of contents for Chemistry / Bryson Gore.

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- Mercury is the only liquid metal - properties of metals 6-7
- Scientists can turn lead into gold - understanding the nucleus 8-9
- Six elements make up 99% of your body - essential elements 10-11
- Acid in your stomach can 'burn' rocks - acids and alkalis 12-13
- Flames are stored sunlight - light and heat energy 14-15
- Space stations are powered by batteries - storing fuel 16-17
- Cooking is a chemical reaction - everyday chemical reactions 18-19
- A cubic metre of air weighs over a kilogramme
- atoms and the Mole 20-21
- When objects rust they get heavier - oxidation 22-23
- A cubic metre of sea water contains over 12 kg of metal
- solubility 24-25
- A rubber molecule can stretch to over four times its
normal length - atoms and polymers 26-27
- Animals can make cold light from
chemicals - enzymes and reactions 28-29
Glossary, Biography
& Key dates 30-31
Index 32

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Chemistry -- Juvenile literature.
Discoveries in science -- Juvenile literature.