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The purpose of this experiment was to determine how different temperatures affected the voltage (mV), the current (mA), and the power (watt) generation of a solar cell.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This experiment was done to find out how different types of solar concentrators affect the performance of solar cells. The tests were carried out using a parabolic dish covered with a reflective aluminum sheet and a mirror
Difficulty: Elementary school
I think that if the solar cell is placed perpendicular to the sun's rays, the power going to the cell will be maximized.
Difficulty: Middle school
It is pretty simple to make a collapsible solar box cooker from two cardboard boxes. The trick is to cut off the bottom of each box, creating two pieces...
Difficulty: Middle school
This project was adapted from Science Projects in Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency written by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, published and copyright 1991 by the American Solar Energy Society, and distributed by the National Energy Foundation.
Difficulty: Middle school
A reflective hot dog cooker can be built from a cardboard box, tin foil, and posterboard. Sunlight hits the reflective surface and focuses on the hot dog held in the center. Students can work in pairs or individually if there are enough materials.
Difficulty: Middle school
The purpose of this experiment is to determine which method of water purification, filtration, distillation, or solar pasteurization, is most efficient by treating tap and river water for pH, chlorine, total hardness, nitrate, phosphate, ammonia nitrogen, copper, and iron. These processes will also be tested to determine their effectiveness of removing E. coli B that has been previously
Difficulty: Middle school
This experiment was done to find out how changing the angle of incidence of sunlight throughout the day impacts the efficiency of a solar cell.
Difficulty: Middle school
Solar storms can affect the Earth's magnetic field causing small changes in its direction at the surface which are called 'magnetic storms'. A magnetometer operates like a sensitive compass and senses these slight changes. The soda bottle magnetometer is a simple device that can be built for under $5.00 which will let students monitor these changes in the magnetic field that occur inside
Difficulty: High school
Physicists have predicted that at the Big Bang, black holes with sizes from 10^-5 grams up to perhaps solar mass size might have been formed. Use the above formulae to predict the mass range of the black holes would have lasted as long as the present age of the universe, between 9 billion to 15 billion years, and which should just now be evaporating completely away. Predict what the final few
Difficulty: High school
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