Grout Museum Host World’s Largest Chemistry Lesson

The Grout Museum District will attempt to break the Guinness World Records” Largest Chemistry Lesson.

Visit Young Arena on Saturday, August 13, to get a free chemistry lesson and complete an individual hands-on experiment with a super-absorbent polymer. Lesson topics include: chemical safety, states of matter, acid-base reactions, redox reactions and polymers. Participants will also be eligible to win one of five IPad 2s, provided by Chemical Abstracts Service. The lesson is sure to end with a bang! Mix 93.5 will provide a live remote broadcast from the event from 10 a.m. to noon.

The current record for the largest chemistry lesson involved 450 participants. The event was organized on April 24, 2010 by White Tulip Foundation at the Nemo Science Center in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This is the record that the Grout Museum is attempting to break.

This event is free and open to the public and sponsored by Mix 93.5, Robert and Margaret Bradford, Herb and Carol Williams, Willard and Kay Jenkins, Mac McCausland and Frank Dowie/PDM Partnership, Robert and Mary Lichty, Kevan and Shelly Cortright, Ann Enderlein, Craig and Nancy Shirey, and Rick & Cathy Young.

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