This experiment was performed to compare the effect of temperature on the anaerobic decomposition of bovine manure to produce methane gas. The experiment was conducted by keeping cow manure in sealed containers and storing them at temperatures of 14 °C, 24 °C and 34 °C, and comparing the amounts of methane gas produced.
This science fair project was performed to compare the amounts of carbon monoxide gas released by cars of different ages. The tests were done by comparing the emission levels of a new car, a 5-year-old car, a 10-year-old car and a 20-year-old car.
This science fair project was conducted to compare the protection against acid rain afforded by calcium oxalate and other substances on marble surfaces. The tests were done on a piece of marble without any coating, and compared to marble coated with industrial sealant, as well as calcium oxalate.
This science fair project was conducted to study the effect of temperature on the corrosion of aluminum. The tests were done using aluminum plates placed in a salt solution and stored at various temperatures.
This science fair project was performed to ascertain the correct temperature for producing nanowires from gallium oxide, using the chemical vapor disposition method. The experiment was conducted for a temperature range of 860 °C to 960 °C.
This experiment was done to determine the amount of energy produced through hydrogen combustion, when hydrogen is stored within soap bubbles. The tests were done by igniting hydrogen bubbles and observing the results.
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