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|ANGUS sponsors "Science is pHun" workshop|
Students at one area elementary school will get some hands on experience with chemical reactions starting next week thanks to a program sponsored by Angus Chemical.
The Sterlington chemical processing facility is holding a series of workshops titled "Science is pHun," which aim to expose students to a range of experiments.
"This program is designed to expose students to the world of science through chemistry and to generate enthusiasm for learning how chemistry is a part of their every day lives," Angus Chemical said in a prepared news release. "Safe handling of chemicals and the significance of education are the primary focus of the demonstrations, which expose students to science through a hands-on and visual teaching methods."
Over the course of the 2.5 hour workshop, students will take part in a number of experiments demonstrating light as a form of energy, complex chemical reactions and the changes that occur as a result, and instruction on how to create mixtures and solutions.
Also, students will participate in demonstrations of the cooling effects of liquid nitrogen, including use of nitrogen to quickly freeze ice cream.
Angus is sponsoring the community outreach program as part of its overall mission in the Sterlington area.
"As a flagship site, ANGUS also invests in various ways in the local community in which it operates," Angus said. "Science is pHun is one such program in which ANGUS partners with available schools throughout the parish."