Chemistry Club to meet Oct. 27

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Ryan Jou, Chemistry Club president and junior, gets textbooks out of his backpack. According to Jou, the club plans to make magic sand at the next meeting.

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Ryan Jou, Chemistry Club president and junior, gets textbooks out of his backpack. According to Jou, the club plans to make magic sand at the next meeting.
Ryan Jou, Chemistry Club president and junior, gets textbooks out of his backpack. According to Jou, the club plans to make magic sand at the next meeting.

Chemistry Club plans to meet on Oct. 27 in Room B208 after school, according to Ryan Jou, club president and junior.

Jou said there is a special activity planned for the next meeting.

“Hopefully, we can make some magic sand,” Jou said. “Basically you take some sand and you take some scotch guard and you spray the sand with scotch guard a few times. Then, when you put it in the water, the sand will repel the water, so it’ll become a solid, versus regular sand, which will just stick to the bottom.”

According to club sponsor Virginia Kundrat, the club’s main goals for this semester include doing demonstrations for school-aged children and getting ready for the Chemistry Olympiad.

Jou said, “We’re probably going to go to a few demonstrations. Right now, we don’t know when they are or where they are yet.”

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