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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 your own soap using simple materials that we can find at home.
Difficulty: High school
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
Crystals are not alive, but they can grow. Growing crystals requires a little time and patience. If you have both (plus a few other ingredients), you can grow your own crystal gardens.
Difficulty: Middle school
Spaghetti is denser than water and, therefore, sinks when placed in water. When spaghetti is placed in a solution of baking soda and vinegar, the spaghetti rises to the surface due to the carbon dioxide gas that adheres to it. When the spaghetti reaches the surface, the gas is released, and the spaghetti sinks again.
Difficulty: Middle school
The purpose of this experiment was to determine if temperature affects the mass of crystal growth. I became interested in this idea because I have my own crystal growing kit at home, and I would like to observe which temperature they grow largest in. The information gained from this experiment could aid scientists in growing larger crystals, as well as manufacturers who are interested in growing
Difficulty: Middle school
Purpose The purpose of this experiment was to determine the effect of different concentrations of detergents of plant growth. I became interested in this idea when I had a to wash clothes for a week as a homework assignment and I was looking at the ingredients and noticed some of them were volatile substances. The information gained from this experiment will alert consumers to the dang
Difficulty: Middle 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
In this experiment, we examine different methods of purifying water including distillation, filtration and reverse osmosis
Difficulty: High school
Plants grow by using water and the sun to make food. We are trying to find out if different types of detergents will affect the growth on a plant. This experiment, if done properly, will give us the answers we're looking for.
Difficulty: Elementary school
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