Video of a performance presented by COSI (Center of Science and Industry) during the 1996 Ohio Chemical Council annual conference in Columbus, Ohio. In this performance, host Krista teaches the audience about chemical concepts and processes like acid and bases, separating oil and water, eco-friendly packaging, and invisible ink. These lessons are taught by way of celebrities and politicians leaving voicemail messages for Krista, who helps Michael Jordan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Bill and Hillary Clinton solve chemistry-based problems. Also appearing is Richard Flannery, member of Ohio Chemical Council.
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Center of Science and Industry (Columbus, Ohio). “Chemistry Is Cool2.” Vhs, 1996. Science History Institute VHS Collection, Box 10. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/185d7id.
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