Science Experiments Ideas
Photos and drawings from newspapers can be copied
easily. Mix two spoonfuls of water one spoonful of
turpentine and one spoonful of liquid detergent and
dab this liquid with a sponge on the newspaper page.
Lay a piece of writing paper on top, and after vigorous
rubbing with a spoon the picture is clearly transferred
to the paper.
Turpentine and liquid detergent when mixed form an emulsion, which penetrates between the dye
and oil particles of the dry printing ink and make it liquid again. Only newspaper printing ink can be