Introduction In this experiment, we will measure the air temperature inside the pipe by measuring the speed of the sound....
light produced by luminol in an aqueous solution of hydrogen peroxide in presence of catalyst known as Chemiluminenscenes.
In this experiment(Changing the Speed of Light), we will be determining the refractive index of different materials
This experiment saltwater and sound will help us to determine whether sound travels faster in different water salinities.
We will perform an experiment to check the hypothesis(Seebeck Effect) which is, metals having the largest difference in ionization energy
This experiment(Specific Heat in Materials) to check which material would have the most amount of heat after being cooled and heated.
We will also be determining the effect of the shape and size of goblet (singing goblet) glass on frequency.
We will check which type of light source is more cost-effective among solar tube and conventional fluorescent.
In this experiment (Spectrum and Its Relationship to Temperature), we will determine the temperature of two different light sources
In this experiment, we will be studying the standing waves with the help of different strings, the effect of tension
In this experiment, we will be testing the Stellar Parallax theory using a series of observations on a football field.
In this experiment we will study the force generated from changing magnetic field because of the changing magnetic field (Lenz law).
We will measure the quality of a heat sink that is important in cooling a CPU (Study of the Qualities that Determine CPU Cooling Efficiency).
In this experiment, we will examine and study the wavelike properties of light. Light is electromagnetic radiation
In this experiment(Sundarbans estuary simulated), we will be determining the height of a floating body above the water
In this experiment, we will be dealing with the speed of sound in various mediums and its change with respect to changing temperature.
Through this experiment(Swing Pendulum Swing) we will be determining the motion of a pendulum.As we are already familiar with it
Introduction In this experiment(Blocking Ultraviolet Light), we will be aiming to compare different sunscreens based on their strengths, ages, and...
In this experiment(It’s Crystal Clear), we will be determining whether the type of water has any effect on the growth of crystals or not.
In this experiment, we will be making and testing three soaps from each of the ingredients like vegetable soap and vegetable shortening.
Frequencies that resonate in Ruben’s tube through experimentation, which establishes standing waves.
In this experiment, we will be determining which temperature will have the most reciprocating motion of kernels of millet.
will be finding the best luminescent silole nanoparticles solution to do detection of chromium (VI) in water
developing a method to use 3D movie glasses and iPod touch for measuring the polarization rotation, which in turn gives us the amount of sugar content in a solution
In this experiment (melodies in the ice), we will be playing rock music and classical music on water crystals
In this experiment, we will be finding the effect of amelogenin on calcium phosphate crystal morphology.
In this experiment(Exploring Evaporation through Colors), we will be determining the kind of colour that helps in evaporating water
Introduction In this experiment (Experimental Investigation of High-Frequency Plasma), we will be determining whether plasma affects the infrared spectrum by...
we will be finding the most effective recycled material among fibreglass, wood shaving, etc., working as a thermal insulator.
In this experiment(Nonlinear Oscillations in Mechanical Systems), we will be studying the motion of a chaotic particle in a mechanical system
"Observation of Gas in the Infrared Spectrum", we will be discussing the ability of the chemical composition of gas to perform
In this experiment, "Neuronal Nonlinear Dynamic", we will be determining the physical basis for C-WWI (Continual Wagon Wheel Illusion).
The Murray's principle of minimum work can only be applied to a circular cross-section vessel from the artificially constructed vessel.
Introduction In this experiment, we will be determining the speed of light by measuring the distance to the planet Jupiter....
In this experiment, "measurement of true noon time" , we will be determining whether the true noon or solar time occurs at 12:00 pm
Introduction In this experiment, "marvellous magnetics", with the help of diamagnetism, we will be determining how several materials such as...
In this experiment, we will be determining whether a magnetic strength gets affected by varying temperatures.
Introduction In this experiment, we will be determining whether the combination of long and short wavelength colours would balance the...
In this experiment "living colour", we will be using the wavelength of additive colors to determine the wavelength of light.
In this experiment (Most Efficient Electrolyte for Hydrogen Production through Electrolysis), we will be determining
In this experiment(nutty calories), we will be determining which nut has the highest caloric content of the given different types of nuts.
In this experiment(Orange You Glad You Have Vitamin C), we will be determining which citrus fruit has the maximum content of Vitamin C.
In this experiment(Photochemistry Ammonium Oxalate and Iodide), we will be determining whether the outcomes of photochemical reactions depend on the source of light or not.
In this experiment(Photooxidation of Cobalt-Bound Thiolato Ligands), we will be studying the reaction between the complex bis(ethylenediamine) - (SO)(N, S-2-aminoethanethiol late) Cobalt Chloride (III) and singlet oxygen.
In this experiment(Pigment Separation in Allium cepa), we will be determining among the eluting solutions such as petroleum ether, water, and acetone
In this experiment(recipe for disaster), we will be finding the mixture of the black powder that could create the strongest reaction.
In this experiment, we will be determining the color of the hairs (redhead, blondes or brunettes) that can lighten faster under the UV rays.
In this experiment (stop freezing), we will be determining how the freezing point and melting point of water get affected by the addition of different substances.
In this experiment, we will be testing which gas among Nitrogen, Compressed air, and Helium would keep balloons inflated for longer.
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 find if Oxidation of Dopamine by High-Valent Manganese is A Link to Neurodegenerative Disorders?
In this experiment, we will do a test for hydrogen gas production with the help of solar electrolysis from water.
Today we will explore X-Ray crystallography techniques. Through it, we will determine the 3-dimensional structure of the PPAR delta protein.
To determine the quenching rate and the efficiency of singlet oxygen production of several square planar platinum (II) complexes.
In this experiment, we will test our hypothesis that says helices and strands are preferred by mother nature to build biomolecules.
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 recycle urine with the help of natural processes like evaporation, transpiration, and condensation.
In this experiment, we will determine the increase in surface tension of water after increasing the amount of detergent in it.
In this experiment, we will be determining the effect of temperature on the viscosity of a liquid. We will be performing this experiment by making a viscometer at home.
In this experiment, we will determine the behavior of colored light in water. To demonstrate this, we will pass light through a water stream.
In this experiment, we will be determining the properties of a medium that affects the Light Reflection and Refraction In Liquids.
In this experiment, “light colour to lighten the world up”, we will be determining the wavelength of light in the electromagnetic spectrum
In this experiment on kinetic energy, we will be determining whether the weight put inside a cylinder has any effect on its speed.
In this experiment, we will compare the straw insulator with conventional insulators by comparing the insulation value of conventional insulators with straw insulation.
In this experiment, we will determine how temperature affects magnets and magnetism. We hypothesized that on increasing temperature, magnetism decreases.
Determining the effect of a shield on Beta particles and Gamma Rays and whether the greater shield density has a greater effect on blocking radioactivity.
Here we will be determining how temperature affects a magnet’s strength and whether the magnetic strength changes on changing the temperature.
Here we will be determining the effect of water pressure on magnetism to check whether or not magnetism gets affected by water pressure.
This experiment will study how sugar density affects the Index of Refraction of water. We hypothesised that water IOR increases
In this experiment, we will be determining the feasibility of a new device called Direct Solar Pool Heater (DSPH) for heating the pool.
In this experiment, we will be finding how colours and kinds of surfaces affect the heat-trapping ability also known as the greenhouse effect
In this experiment, we will be testing sound decay in different gases, and we will be dealing with the aspects of sound decay.
In this experiment, we will be testing tesla; we will be determining the difference in the flow of electricity in the open air and in the vacuum.
experiment to find out how much a solution gets heated by the light(Using Solutions’ Absorbance Spectra to Predict their Heating by Light)
Are you tired of the noise? If yes, in this article, we will do an experiment to study the best pattern for sound absorption.
Experiment to show the change in the tone quality of the violin’s note after the change in the position of the violin soundpost.
In this experiment of the study of the alternating magnetic fields, we will learn the reason behind the repelling of non-ferrous material by the magnet
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.
In this zero gravity elevator experiment, we will be proving Newton’s laws of gravitation and his first and second laws of motion.
In this experiment, we will see that carbon dioxide is released during the process of respiration. Let us get started.
This experiment will study the binary fission in amoeba and budding in yeast.
In this experiment, we will find some of the parts of Plants and Animal tissues through a microscope. Let's get started.
In this experiment, we will determine the various parts of an embryo of a dicot seed like pea, gram, or red kidney beans.
In this experiment, we will study the homology and analogy of animals and plants with the help of their model.
In this experiment, we will see how light is necessary for Photosynthesis in the process of photosynthesis.
In this experiment, we will learn to determine the mass percentage of water-soaked by raisins through osmosis in raisins.
In this article, we will study some external features of monocot and dicot plants. Let us get the experiment started.
In this experiment, we will find out the features in Animal Kingdom of the given specimen and will draw their diagram.
In this experiment, we will observe the life cycle of a mosquito. Aim of the experiment is to read the life cycle of mosquitoes.
Stomata of a leaf: The pores which are present on the surface of the lower and upper sides of the leaves are called stomata.
In this experiment, we will learn to determine the characteristics of the plant kingdom. Let's get started.
In this experiment, we will be studying the acoustic of the whispering hall. This experiment will deal with the channelling of sound along the curved surface.
In this experiment, we will examine microwave heating and will determine the factors that impact post-superheating nucleation.
In this experiment, we will learn to prepare the stained mount slide of onion cells and human cheek cells.
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.
The law of conservation of mass remarks that in a chemical reaction, mass is neither created nor destroyed.
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.
In this experiment (Quantifying the Effect of Skyglow on the Visibility of Stars), we will see if the angle of observation
In this experiment, we will see image formation by a convex lens. The optical reproduction of an object after refraction or reflection
Introduction In this science experiment, we will learn to trace the path of a light ray passing through a rectangular...
Introduction In this science experiment, we will learn to determine the focal Length Of the Convex Lens. Lens A...
Introduction In this science experiment, we will learn to determine the focal length of a concave mirror. Spherical Mirror Spherical...
Introduction In this science experiment "Refraction of Light Through a Prism", we shall learn to track the path of light...
Introduction In this science experiment, we will learn to determine the equivalent resistor of two or more resistors in parallel....
Introduction In this science experiment, we will learn to determine the equivalent resistance of two or more resistor in series....
Introduction In this science experiment, we will see the dependence of potential difference (V) on current (I) passing through the...
Introduction In this science experiment, we will learn to determine the pulse velocity of a slinky or stretched string. Pulse...
Introduction In this science experiment, we will learn to compare the pressure exerted by an iron on fine sand while...
Introduction In this science experiment, using Archimedes’ Principle we will learn to establish the relation between the loss in weight...
Introduction In this Science Experiment, we will learn to determine the density of solid by using a spring balance and...
Introduction In this Science Experiment, we will see how we can verify the laws of reflection of sound. Sound First...
In this experiment, we will learn the relationship between the weight of a body and the force required just to move it.