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One thing you'll learn in this experiment is that yeast does, in fact, produce carbon dioxide gas.
Difficulty: Middle school
Many recipes call simply for baking soda rather than baking powder. Usually these recipes use some kind of liquid acid like buttermilk or yogurt to react with the baking soda to produce the bubbles.
Difficulty: High school
This experiment shows you how to split the different colors of ink or food dyes that can be found in a smartie or m&m using the process of chromatography
Difficulty: Elementary school
This really fun experiment shows you how to make a plate of Rice Crispies stand up and jump from a plate, with the help of static electricity.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Fast food is very popular as evident by the number of fast food chains in our neighborhoods. But does the convenience that fast food offer come at a cost? In this science project, you will be conducting a survey to understand "fast food habits", and you will also examine the nutritional vale of these meals.
Difficulty
The purpose of this project is to find out if processing foods produce gases. My hypothesis is that processing foods will produce gases.
Difficulty: Middle school
The purpose of this project was to observe how the digestion of protein varies at different pH levels. My hypothesis was that a pH level of 4 would digest the protein fastest.
Difficulty: High school
A really simple but cool experiment using raisins and soda water!
Difficulty: Elementary school
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