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Kids experiment with chemistry at Wheeling library

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  • JOE LEWNARD/jlewnard@dailyherald.comCollin Narens, 6, of Wheeling learns about chromatography and capillary action from Jenn Biela during a "Chemistry Fun" program Saturday at the Indian Trails Library District in Wheeling.

      JOE LEWNARD/jlewnard@dailyherald.comCollin Narens, 6, of Wheeling learns about chromatography and capillary action from Jenn Biela during a "Chemistry Fun" program Saturday at the Indian Trails Library District in Wheeling.

  • JOE LEWNARD/jlewnard@dailyherald.comSara Thomas, 8, of Buffalo Grove creates a necklace from the silly putty she made during a "Chemistry Fun" program Saturday at the Indian Trails Library District in Wheeling.

      JOE LEWNARD/jlewnard@dailyherald.comSara Thomas, 8, of Buffalo Grove creates a necklace from the silly putty she made during a "Chemistry Fun" program Saturday at the Indian Trails Library District in Wheeling.

  • JOE LEWNARD/jlewnard@dailyherald.comCindy Ho, 9, of Buffalo Grove makes silly putty from a mixture of borax, water, food coloring and glue during a "Chemistry Fun" program Saturday at the Indian Trails Library District in Wheeling.

      JOE LEWNARD/jlewnard@dailyherald.comCindy Ho, 9, of Buffalo Grove makes silly putty from a mixture of borax, water, food coloring and glue during a "Chemistry Fun" program Saturday at the Indian Trails Library District in Wheeling.

 
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Jenn Biela of High-Touch High-Tech led a group of school-age kids in a series of experiments with chemistry Saturday at the Indian Trails Library in Wheeling.

In the program, called "Chemistry Fun," the children learned about chromatography and capillary action, made silly putty and, of course, mixed vinegar and baking soda with an added twist of soap and food coloring.

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"The really fun part is that we're going to make silly putty using food coloring, glue and a Borax solution," Biela said just before the event's start.

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