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Launching on a Sea of Exploration. Create Your Own Hybrid Rocket Engine With a combination of a solid fuel source and a liquid oxidizer, hybrid rocket engines can propel themselves. Turn the glass upside down, place it on top of the cold water glass, then carefully remove the plastic. Book is in Used-Good condition. About this Item: Amer Quilters Society, 2000. Release The Energy In Candy Without Eating It Dropping a gummy bear into a test tube with potassium chlorate releases the chemical energy inside in an intense chemical reaction.
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