The insulating properties of fabric This experiment was conducted to compare the ability of different types of fabrics to keep us warm on cold days. The tests were done using air, Thinsulate and cotton fleece.
Difficulty: Middle school
The protection afforded by calcium oxalate against acid rain
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
Thermal aging and alloys This science fair project was performed to understand the effect of thermal aging on the hardness of various alloys. The science project experiment was done using a nickel alloy, titanium alloy and steel.
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