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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
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
The amount of trash placed in landfills and sanitary dumps is a major concern. Let's look at how much space trash really occupies.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This activity shows you how to make an oil "tanker' which can be used to clean up a vegetable oil "spill".
Difficulty: Elementary school
In this cool science experiment, you’ll show how to make raisins "swim" up and down in a jar, using nothing more than a few things that you commonly find in a kitchen.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This science project was conducted to determine if Bird's Eye chili can be used as a form of deterrent against Gryllus assimilis (the common black cricket). The experiment was done by spraying various concentrations of Bird's Eye chili extract on crickets.
Difficulty: Elementary school
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
wanted to find out how much food would stick to cookware using different brands of cooking spray. My hypothesis stated that name brand cooking spray would work the best, supermarket brands would be a close comparison, and that any amount of spray would work better than none at all.
Difficulty: Middle school
If an electrical current is passed through water between electrodes (the positive and minus poles of a battery), the water is split into its two parts: oxygen and hydrogen. This process is called electrolysis and is used in industry in many ways, such as making metals like aluminum. If one of the electrodes is a metal, it will become covered or plated with any metal in the solution.
Difficulty: Middle school
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