Need a light? Use potato power! With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage. This is a classic STEM activity that's sure to please :)
Ionic Structure and Metallic Reaction is inspired by the exploration of chemistry studies, chemical reactions, elements, atoms and bonds. Geometric chemical structure is prominent within the designs. The reactions of elements and their explosive compositions are reflected through shape, manipulation and placement within the collection.
This lustrous splashback, made from brass that’s been tarnished using chemicals, was created by British brand Naked Kitchens (nakedkitchens.com). The ‘Invisible Green’ paint by Little Greene, shown here on the walls and units ( littlegreene.com), allows the splashback wall to shine.