Project #4092

Assist Ethiopian Jews Bridge Socio-Economic Gaps

by The Ariela Foundation
Apr 29, 2010

Star Program Update - April 2010

Learning the Basics of Chemistry - Part 1
Learning the Basics of Chemistry - Part 1

In their weekly science & art workshop held at the Hebrew University Campus in Rehovot, Star Program participants learnt the basics of chemistry in relation to acids and bases. A lecture was given, followed by an experiment involving cabbage as a natural indicator, as its color is pH dependent and changes upon interaction with substances of different acidity including vinegar (acetic acid), water and Cola (carbonate). Workshop participants also learnt this month about "Green Building" and the evolvement of ecologically friendly construction around the world.

Learning the Basics of Chemistry - Part 2
Learning the Basics of Chemistry - Part 2



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Organization Information

The Ariela Foundation

Location: Ness Tziona, Shfela - Israel
Website: http:/​/​​eng
The Ariela Foundation
Project Leader:
Doron Klein
Managing Director
Ness Tziona, Israel

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