26th Reading Sharing Session
I don't know if you have this question: The dragon sword is indestructible, and the heaven sword cuts iron like mud. However, does such a sharp sword really exist? Why did the ancients always use silver needles to test poison? Today, you may be able to find the answer you are looking for in this book 'Martial Arts Chemistry' brought by teacher Zhao Jingjing.
To illustrate, Martial Arts Chemistry is a book by Lee Kaizhou, which interwove the world-renowned martial arts and Jianghu phenomena described by Jin Yong, Gu Long and others into scientific knowledge, presenting the relationship between science and nature in a unique way.
Moreover, teacher Zhao Jingjing introduced interesting cases in the book, such as 'silver needles testing poison', 'dragon girl's cloth made of asbestos fibers' and so on. Evidently, the contents of the book are simple and easy to understand. Besides, the language is humorous. Thus, even readers who do not have a basic knowledge of chemistry can be enlightened to the complex world of chemistry, which makes people no longer feel that chemistry is such a profound subject, suddenly narrowing the distance between us and chemistry.
In a nutshell, as the author writes in the preface: 'A child who understands chemistry will see the world more colorful; A poet who understands chemistry makes the world he writes about more romantic.' Therefore, let us enter the wonderful world of chemistry together and appreciate the beauty of chemistry!