In this experiment, we will determine how the Effect of Electric Field on the Heat of Vapourization by experiment and by computer simulation.
(Man-made Catalysts for Carbon Dioxide Capture)we will try to find out a catalytic solution that increases the rate of absorption of CO2
We'll determine different factors affecting adhesion In Liquid and whether it is possible or not for different shapes to affect adhesion.
We will measure the change in resistance of the nanowire array after exposure to ammonia gas.
We will determine the effect of temperature on viscosity and check whether it affects the flow of liquid or not.
We will determine whether the time taken by the heating box to heat water at a particular temperature gets affected by changing the gas.
In the Franck-Hertz Experiment, we will test the hypothesis that the energy absorbed by the excited atom is quantized.
We will find whether algae oil biodiesel is a comparable fuel source with olive oil biodiesel after comparing them on different parameters.
In this experiment, we will determine whether copper pipes are a significant source of copper in drinking water.
The motive of our science experiment is to build a tesla coil that has a saltwater tank capacitor.
(masses of gasses)we will try to find out whether vegetables like fresh, frozen and canned mixed with acids like base produce gas or not
To determine the efficiency of light produced by luminol in an aqueous solution of hydrogen peroxide.
We hypothesized that metals having the largest difference in ionization energy between the metal and Chromel or Steel would generate the largest potential.
We will aim to compare different sunscreens based on their strengths, ages, and brands under different conditions.
We hypothesized that ocean water would support the growth of crystals most while freshwater would not support the growth of crystals in it.
We hypothesize that the soap created from vegetable shortening will turn out to be better than the soap created from vegetable oil.
We have already calculated the frequencies that resonate in Ruben’s tube through experimentation, establishing standing waves.
In this experiment, we will be determining which temperature will have the most reciprocating motion of kernels of millet.
We are performing this experiment because there should be no more than 0.1 ppm of chromium in water, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Here we will develop a method to use an iPod touch and 3D movie glasses to measure the polarization rotation, which in turn gives us the sugar content.
To perform this science experiment, we will be playing rock music and classical music on water crystals during the process of freezing.
We will find the effect of amelogenin on calcium phosphate crystal morphology to design a coating with better osteointegration properties.
In this experiment, we will be exploring evaporation through colors to determine the kind of color that helps in evaporating water more efficiently.
To determine the effect of plasma on infrared spectrum viewing. We will obtain the result by passing the infrared spectrum through the plasma.
We will determine the effect of the chemical composition of gas on the transmission and absorption of infrared radiation.
We will determine the most efficient electrolyte for hydrogen production through electrolysis amongst table salt, calcium chloride, baking soda, lye, and sea salt.
The effect of ammonium oxalate and iodide on various light sources while determining what effect light sources and colors have on a photochemical reaction.
To determine how the oxidation rate of reaction between Cobalt and Thiolato complexes is affected by the solvent polarity.
We will determine among the eluting solutions, such as petroleum ether, water, and acetone, which can seclude the color pigment in red onions.
In this experiment, we will find the mixture of black powder that could create the strongest reaction, which is considered a recipe for disaster.
In this experiment, we will be determining the hair color (redheads, blondes, or brunettes) that can lighten faster under the ultraviolet bulb and the sun.
To perform this experiment will be adding different substances to water and determining how the freezing point and melting point of water gets affected.
In this experiment, we will be testing whether fabrics dyed with the natural dyes made of vegetables and fruits would retain their original color or not after washing them with modern detergents.
In this experiment, we will do a test for hydrogen gas production with the help of solar electrolysis from water.
To determine the quenching rate and the efficiency of singlet oxygen production of several square planar platinum (II) complexes.
Today, we will determine the cleaning effect of HE laundry detergent and determine which type can be used to remove different stains.
In this experiment, we will determine the increase in surface tension of water after increasing the amount of detergent in it.
experiment to find out how much a solution gets heated by the light(Using Solutions’ Absorbance Spectra to Predict their Heating by Light)
We will be determining which kind of wood gives out more heat because we have seen wood customers asking for wood that burns the best.
We will learn to check the presence of starch and adulteration in food. Let's start with Food Sample Test for Starch and Adulteration.
In this article, we will see the cleaning capacity of soap in hard and soft water. Let's get started with the experiment.
We will learn soap preparation. Reaction between ether and salt of carboxylic acid gives alcohol, and this reaction is called saponification.
In this experiment, we will determine the properties of acetic acid by performing various chemical reactions.
We will observe the action of some elements on the salt solution and will try to assemble them in decreasing order of reactivity series.
We will learn to read and determine the properties of acids and bases by given substances. Let's get started.
In this experiment, we will learn to determine the type of reaction happening. We know that there are four types of reactions in chemistry.
In this article, we will learn to measure the pH of different samples. Lets get started with understanding the concept.
In this experiment, we will learn to determine the melting point of ice and the boiling point of water. Let us get started.
Let's study the separation of mixture by separating the mixture of salt, sand and ammonium chloride through the process of sublimation.
How to prepare a true solution, a suspension and a colloidal solution to understand the concept of Solution, Colloids AND Suspension.
We will perform some reactions and will classify them as chemical and physical changes. Let us study the type of reaction and changes.
We shall learn to prepare a compound and a mixture in this experiment. Before that, we will revise the concepts in brief.