Monthly Archives: March 2016

Pink Easter Rabbit Peep (Qfamily)
Happy Easter! Here’s a simple recipe for Peeps™ s’mores and a look at the science of why Peeps get so crazy big in the microwave. Peep S’mores Ingredients Graham crackers Peep marshmallow candies Chocolate kisses (or chocolate bar pieces) The recipe is easy and fun. Take a graham cracker, set a […]

Peep S’mores Easter Science Project

Nuclear Explosion - Operation Upshot-Knothole - Badger (National Nuclear Security Administration) 1
Exothermic reactions are reactions that release energy into the environment in the form of heat. Exothermic reactions feel warm or hot or may even be explosive. More energy is released making chemical bonds than is used breaking them. In an exothermic reaction, the enthalpy change has a negative value: ΔH < 0 Terms Related […]

Exothermic Reactions – Definition and Examples