Blinded me with science: Chem Club members teach second-graders at Northridge

Georgia Johnson, Billy Ballard and Holly Ratzlaff take part in an experiment on Friday at Northridge Elementary School in Newton. The visible carbon dioxide from mixing water and dry ice together was put into bubbles, which the Northridge students handled with gloves. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now
By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now It’s not every day second-graders get to see a jack-o-lantern foaming at the mouth, but on Friday, students at Northridge Elementary School did. Friday marked the day the Newton High School Chemistry Club visited the school, showing them various, fun science experiments. This experiment was called Boo Bubbles, which was where club members showed what happens when hydrogen peroxide is


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