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This science fair project was conducted to compare the protection against acid rain afforded by calcium oxalate and other substances on marble surfaces. The tests were done on a piece of marble without any coating, and compared to marble coated with industrial sealant, as well as calcium oxalate.
Difficulty: High school
This science fair project was conducted to study the effect of temperature on the corrosion of aluminum. The tests were done using aluminum plates placed in a salt solution and stored at various temperatures.
Difficulty: High school
This science fair project was performed to ascertain the correct temperature for producing nanowires from gallium oxide, using the chemical vapor disposition method. The experiment was conducted for a temperature range of 860 C to 960 C.
Difficulty: High school
This experiment was done to determine if the type of packaging material used affects the extent of carbonation of soft drinks. The experiment was done using Coca-Cola packaged in glass bottles, PET bottle and aluminum cans.
Difficulty: Middle school
This science fair project was conducted to compare the adhesive strength of different types of adhesive tapes on a smooth surface. The tests were done with the use of a steel plate and cellophane tape, duct tape, scotch tape, electrical tape and masking tape.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This science fair project aims to find out how the velocity of the bullets is affected by coating them with dry lubricants. The tests will be carried out using a rifle and bullets coated with molybdenum sulfide (moly).
Difficulty: Elementary school
This science fair project was conducted to find out which type of wood is stronger- solid wood (both hardwood and softwood) or plywood. The tests were conducted by comparing plywood with two types of solid wood - redwood and oak.
Difficulty: High school
Ever wondered if there's a cheap, and simple way to prevent ice from melting quickly? We know that using foam cooler boxes does the trick, but how about aluminum foil? This science fair project was conducted to determine if ice will melt more gradually in a reflective container. The test was done using containers covered with aluminum foil, white paper and a transparent container.
Difficulty: Middle school
The objective of this science fair project is to compare the ability of different brands of bicycle helmets to absorb shock. The experiment will be carried out by dropping a 3 kg weight on the helmets and measuring the pressure of the impact using a ball and pressure gauge.
Difficulty: Middle school
This experiment was performed to find out how the density of a particular type of material will affect the amount of sound transmitted through the material. The experiment was done to compare the sound transmission between plywood, bakelite, glass and marble
Difficulty: High school
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