Have you ever wondered why golf balls have dimples or why your hair goes frizzy in the rain? Scientist Wendy Sadler has the answers in her book of Weird and Wonderful facts. Broken down into user-friendly chapters like sport, going out, the great outdoors, food and drink and the downright weird, Wendy gives the scientific answers to life's intriguing questions, like Why toast always lands butter side down Why you can't get (too) lost with a satnav.You have to heat the popcorn tovery high temperatures a at least 200 degrees Celsius a to make it a#39;popa#39;. The water ... Whenyou open the can, you release this pressureand a big stream of nitrogen gas comes out ofthetiny hole inthe widget.
|Title||:||Why Do Golf Balls Have Dimples?|
|Publisher||:||Accent Press Ltd - 2012-01-16|