The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments, written by Robert Brent and illustrated by Harry Lazarus, is a children’s book published in the 1960s that was intended to explain to kids how they could set up a home chemistry lab and conduct simple experiments. Supposedly the US government had the book removed from libraries and banned for sale on the grounds that the projects were too dangerous for its intended audience.

The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments, written by Robert Brent and illustrated by Harry Lazarus, is a children’s book published in the 1960s that was intended to explain to kids how they could set up a home chemistry lab and conduct simple experiments. Supposedly the US government had the book removed from libraries and banned for sale on the grounds that the projects were too dangerous for its intended audience.

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    Given that it was the 1960s it probably suggested fun experiments to do with radium and the like. Make you cat glow in...
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