Penn State junior Angela Gettemy creates “elephant toothpaste” with peroxide, dish soap and yeast, demonstrating the chemical reaction to a group of elementary students on Sunday. About 100 children gathered at  Penn State’s Thomas Building to learn science during a superhero-themed science event.
Penn State junior Angela Gettemy creates “elephant toothpaste” with peroxide, dish soap and yeast, demonstrating the chemical reaction to a group of elementary students on Sunday. About 100 children gathered at Penn State’s Thomas Building to learn science during a superhero-themed science event. CDT photo
Penn State junior Angela Gettemy creates “elephant toothpaste” with peroxide, dish soap and yeast, demonstrating the chemical reaction to a group of elementary students on Sunday. About 100 children gathered at Penn State’s Thomas Building to learn science during a superhero-themed science event. CDT photo

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