Chemistry in Colors
Date: August 17th, 2021
Capacity: (1)Presenter : Up to 20 people
(2)Other participants (observers may join discussions) : None
What is Chemistry in Colors?
This event will be divided into two main sections:
(1) Chemistry from the visual theme of “Color”
In this section, participants who wish to present an experiment will be assigned a theme color
prior to the event and will be asked to create a video conducting their chemistry experiment.
(e.g. for the color “red” a participant may do an experiment using red ingredients or a red
flame reaction) On the day, all participants will watch the videos the presenters (max 20
people) created, and there will be time for up to two participants to share their thoughts after
(2) Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through chemistry
In this section, participants will watch an experiment video related to the SDGs created by the
organization committee to deepen their understanding.
<Section 1> We look forward to seeing all of your unique experiments! We hope people who are interested in chemistry can have fun and connect with one another through this event!
<Section 2> Do you have an image of chemistry experiments as being something you don’t really understand or as something complicated that goes on in science labs? In this event, the Chemistry group of the Science Club here at Shibu Shibu conducts and explains science experiments that relate closely to our daily lives. This time, we will be explaining how thermal power works using Ammonia and conducting an experiment showing the combustion of Ammonia, which connects to SDG 6 “clean water and sanitation for all” and SDG 7 “ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all”. Besides that, we will be showing fun and visually aesthetic experiments such as the thermite reaction and flame reactions that we often do at the school festival or other workshops outside of school. It will be an opportunity for anyone to easily have fun and learn more about chemistry. Please join us for a day of useful and mystical experiments!!
Who can participate?
Anyone who is:
Currently attending junior high or high school
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