6 incredible things you can do with a lemon that you might not think of

There are a few things people already know about lemons – they are very acidic and they can make a very delicious drin – but there are many more things lemons are good for. They can make cleaning products smell good, and they can also conduct energy. You may not have known about the second use, but it is true.
Lemons can do some amazing things. Check out some of these cool science experiments. You may be surprised by all the things lemons can do that you never imagined.
Battery experiment
Did you know a lemon can power a light bulb? By combining a lemon, two different kinds of nails and some connective wire, you can create an electrical current. If you want to learn more about electrical and chemical energy, try the experiment in the video below.
Invisible ink experiment
Kids love making homemade slime, but did you know you can also make invisible ink? Write a secret message to friends or loved ones that only you will know how to decode. It just takes lemons and a heat source.
Acid/base experiment
Science doesn’t have to be boring: You can learn a lot from simple experiments. The acid/base experiment explores the chemical reaction that takes place when you combine an acid (lemon) and a base (baking soda). This is a fun experience for children of all ages. Check out the video below and sees what happens when these two products combine.
Lemon volcano experiment
Have you ever seen the volcano experiment where you make a large volcano out of paper-mâché and watch the ingredients overflow? You can create a similar experience with lemon! Watch the quick video below and see how you can make a lemon volcano of your own.
Floating lemon experiment
This is a fun experiment to show the difference in water solvency. In certain water, the lemon will sink, and in another type of water, it will float. Wow children with this scientific magic trick or see if parents or friends can identify the difference with each lemon. Either way, it is a cool way to learn new things about science. Check out the video below.
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