Take out of the box:
jar with a lid
water glass 100 ml (sodium silicate)
deionized water 100 ml
pentahydrate copper (II) sulfate (VI) 2 g
heptahydrate iron (II) sulfate 2 g
heptahydrate magnesium sulfate 2 g
hexahydrate iron (III) chloride 2 g
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Accessories, gift sets and collector’s items and more.
Two of those:
pot filled with water
In case of contact with the eye(s): wash out the affected eye with plenty of water, holding the eye open if necessary. Seek immediate medical advice.
If swallowed: wash out the mouth with water, drink some fresh water. Do not induce vomiting. Seek immediate medical advice.
In case of inhalation: remove person to fresh air.
In case of skin contact and burns: wash the affected area with plenty of water for at least 10 minutes.
If in doubt, seek medical advice without delay. Take the chemical and its container with you.
In case of injury always seek medical advice.
Each SmartBee kit is intended for conducting experiments for children over 8 years of age. Because children’s abilities vary so much, even within age groups, supervising adults should exercise discretion as to which experiments are suitable and safe for their children.
Read and follow these instructions, the safety rules and the first aid information, and keep them for reference.
Be sure to thoroughly discuss the warnings and safety information with your child or children before commencing the experiments. Follow them and keep them for reference. Remember: misuse of chemicals can lead to injury or cause serious harm to health.
Carry out only those experiments that are listed in the instructions, using the equipment provided in the kit.
The area surrounding the experiment should be kept clear of any obstructions and away from the storage of food. It should be well lit and ventilated and close to a water supply.
A solid table with a heat resistant top is recommended for carrying out the experiments.
Read these instructions before use, follow them, and keep them for reference.
Keep young children, animals and those not wearing eye protection away from the experimental area.
Always wear eye protection.
Store this experimental set out of reach of children under 8 years old.
Clean all equipment after use.
Make sure that all containers are fully closed and properly stored after use.
Ensure that all empty containers are disposed of properly.
Wash hands after carrying out experiments.
Do not store foodstuffs in any container which has held a reagent. Dispose of such containers immediately after use.
Do not use any equipment which has not been supplied with the set or recommended in the instructions for use.
Do not eat or drink in the experimental area.
Do not allow chemicals to come into contact with the eyes or mouth.
What is a chemical reaction?
Did you know that the Statue of Liberty was once golden?
we build our own instrument to display an animated hologram
Take out of the box:
hologram foil – four trapezoid pieces
Prepare at home:
a smartphone with SmartBee Club AR application
transparent adhesive tape
A holographic projection
The conclusions from these experiments
We can see colours thanks to our brain. Something is red or green to us because of a sensory impression. But is colour only an impression, or does it really exist?
No – colours have their reference to reality. Before our brain processes information and assigns them to specific impressions, such as ‘red’ or ‘green’, light of particular properties must reach our eyes.
Sources of light glow thanks to physical and chemical reactions inside them. The colour of non-glowing objects is determined mainly by their chemical composition. Different atoms and particles reflect and absorb light in varying degrees. That’s why we can enjoy the spectacular beauty and diversity of colours in the world around us.
In this experiment, you’ve seen that even the simplest chemical reactions can be interesting and please the eyes with a blaze of colours. You’ve seen with your own eyes that chemistry can be spectacularly beautiful!
Clean the stand and wash the accessories.
Where to dispose of the substances? Please follow your national regulations.