Magical Experiments or Science in Play is the English translation of a French book written in 1890. It is a collection of experiments with everyday household items. Many have a 'magical' twist to them, in the sense that the physical mechanisms behind them were mostly unknown at the time.
It was translated to English by Camden Curwen and Robert Waters.
- EXPERIMENTS IN PHYSICS
- COMPLEMENTARY COLORS
- CENTRIFUGAL FORCE
- ELASTICITY AND COMPRESSIBILITY OF GASES
- PRACTICAL GEOMETRY
- AMUSING FEATS
- LITTLE FEATS OF AMATEURS
- 1890 - Original French
- 1892 - 1st English edition, Worthington Co.
- 1894 - 2nd English edition, David McKay, Philadelphia
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