This experiment was conducted to find out how temperature changes affect the life of a disposable battery. The experiment was conducted using Duracell, Energizer and Eveready size AA disposable batteries.
This experiment was performed to investigate the amount of static electricity in various materials. The experiment was done on hair, polyester, carpet, cotton, nylon and a ceramic tile, using a rubber balloon.
This science project was done to find out if water will move through a semi permeable membrane to a solution of higher concentration. The science project experiment was carried out using several eggs immersed in distilled water and salt water.
This science fair project was conducted to ascertain the various factors that determine the boiling point of water. The science project experiment involved comparing the effect of different amounts of water, different types of heating devices, different room temperatures and different heights above sea level, on the boiling point of water.
We know that wearing dark colored clothing on a hot sunny day makes us feel warmer - this explains why light/pastel colors are popular choices for summer clothing. Does this however mean, that light colored clothing is more effective at blocking/preventing ultra violet radiation from reaching our skin? This science fair project was conducted to ascertain the effectiveness of different colored
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