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How does the sugar concentration vary in different brands of apple juices?
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the sugar composition of various brand name apple juices, unknown brand apple juices, and juice blends. Then use that information to calculate the percentage of each kind of juice in the blends and compare the name brand apple juices to the unknown brands of apple juice to see if they are labeled truthfully. I became interested in this idea while
Difficulty: High school
How much starch do common foods contain?
How much starch do common foods contain? How can we measure this?
Difficulty: Middle school
How to determine the nutritional content of different types of foods
The foods you eat are made of organic compounds. You can perform chemical tests to learn what foods contain carbohydrates, lipids, and/or proteins.
Difficulty: Middle school
How to make a baking soda volcano
You can create quite a fizzle by mixing baking soda/sodium bicarbonate - a base with vinegar/acetic acid. Well.. it's theoretically 'edible' but I wouldn't recommend tasting it (yuck!).
Difficulty: Elementary school
How to make a potato battery
This activity uses a common potato and two different metals to make a enough electricity to run a small digital clock. Try this activity then attempt to expand on it to create a neat science fair project.
Difficulty: Elementary school
How to make a rocket using common cooking ingredients
Use baking soda and vinegar to create a chemical reaction which launches a rocket (a film canister) sky high.
Difficulty: Elementary school
How to store bread safely
This experiment was conducted to find out what conditions will help prevent bread becoming moldy. The bread was kept in different environments to observe the time taken for the mold to appear.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Is it possible to make Jello using fresh pineapples instead of canned pineapples?
The pineapple fruit contains the protein degrading enzyme bromelain, which is extracted and sold in such products as Schilling's Meat Tenderizer. Papaya contains a functionally analogous enzyme.
Difficulty: High school
Levels of carbohydrates in different varieties of milk
This science fair project was done to find out the amounts of lactose carbohydrates contained in various types of milk. The tests were done using low fat milk, powdered milk and soy milk.
Difficulty: High school
Make your own PH indicator using vegetables
Red cabbage contains pigments call anthocyanins. The pigments give it the red/purplish color. Anthocyanins belong to group of chemical compounds called flavonoids. This experiment shows you how to make your own pH indicator using cabbage leaves.
Difficulty: Middle school
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