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In this science project, you are going to use different types of dried beans like pinto, kidney, and great northern beans to represent protons neutrons and electrons. You will select 5 atoms per group and proceed to build models of these atoms on paper plates using Elmer's glue. You should also include ions and isotopes as variations of these atoms.
The scattering of light by the atmosphere, which creates the blue sky and red sunsets, can be modeled when light from a flashlight shines through clear glue sticks.
Difficulty: Middle school
The purpose of this experiment was to determine what spectacle lens material and/or tints and coatings best absorbs ultraviolet (UV) light.
Difficulty: Middle school
Our eyesight normally allows us to see things in three dimensions: width, height and depth. This is known as stereoscopic vision or commonly as 3D. The ability to perceive depth, volume and the distance between objects is important. When we look at a photo, television or a film we can only see things in only two dimensions. In the same way, high-powered microscopes lack any depth of field, so obje
Difficulty: High school
This experiment was conducted to ascertain how air pressure affects the rate at which helium gas escapes from latex balloons.
Difficulty: Middle school
Students will learn the concept of primary colors of light. When the primary colors of light are all combined together they make white light. Primary colors of light are different than primary colors of pigments.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Certain chemical bonds will generate light energy when the molecules are torn apart by mechanical crushing. Wintergreen Lifesaver candies contain some of these bonds. No other flavor of lifesaver candy (such as peppermint) will work in this experiment.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This experiments demonstrates how we can bend light using simple tools.
Difficulty: Elementary school
We wanted to find out what color light would shine the brightest through fog. Our hypothesis is that the yellow light will shine the brightest through the liquid because yellow light has the longest wave lengths.
Difficulty: Middle school
In a nuclear fission reaction in a nuclear power plant, the radioactive element Uranium-235 is used in a chain reaction. This simple experiment demonstrates what happens in a nuclear reaction.
Difficulty: Elementary school
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