Here's the 12 lectures I put together a few months ago. Each one has a rule and corresponds to a chapter in A World from Dust, and has a DIY chemistry experiment:
DIY: Simulate Mono Lake in a bucketDIY: Dye fabrics using sticky metals
DIY: Make colored birthday candles – and predict a plugged-in pickle’s color.DIY: Making white lead pigment.
DIY: Making a glowing green flowing pattern from fluorescein (from highlighters).
DIY: Making a striped Winogradsky column (and finding explosive methane at the lower levels).
DIY: Purifying different pigments from different red plants in your kitchen.DIY: Making indigo dye (with the help of oxygen) and removing stains.
DIY: Making edible spheres from calcium chemistry through “spherification.”DIY: Two Rothkos for the price of one.
DIY: Make your own colored nanoparticles like found in stained glass.DIY: Look at life from a new angle.