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Copper Caper

 Discover how to turn old dingy pennies bright and shiny, as you watch. Then explore the chemistry behind the reaction.  This activity uses common household items.
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 Discover how to turn old dingy pennies bright and shiny, as you watch. Then explore the chemistry behind the reaction. This activity uses common household items.

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