We will try to figure out how to build a didgeridoo that makes a specific musical note (base frequency).
In this experiment(Determining the Type of Particle in an Air Sample by Using Laser Light Scattering), we will be correlating different types of particles by observing their scattering properties of laser light.
The high-energy protons and atomic nuclei that move through space with light speed are called cosmic rays.
In this experiment, we will be verifying Faraday’s Law with the help of a strong heavy-duty magnet and by verifying the number of coils.
n this experiment(What Do Lasers Go Through), we will be passing the red laser light through different materials to check which matter is letting red energy pass through it.
In this experiment-do acoustic tiles really block sound, We will be determining whether or not acoustic tiles block sound as has been advertised.
In this experiment(Effect of Color on the Characteristics of a Heat Barrier Material), we will be determining the effect of colour on heat barrier elements.
In this experiment(does the rate of heating have an affinity for sanity), we will be determining the effect of salinity and initial temperature on the rate of cooling and heating of water.
In this experiment(Creating sound with heat), we will be demonstrating the thermoacoustic phenomenon, in which heat is used for oscillating gasses without moving parts.
In this experiment, we will determine how the Effect of Electric Field on the Heat of Vapourization by experiment and by computer simulation.
How does the temperature in the cooking vessel get affected by the heat absorber plate surface contact area with the cooking vessel?
It's important to note that the effect of distance on radioactive source intensity is a fundamental principle in radiation safety.
To determine the effect of bottom reflectivity of saline water containers on storage efficiency.
Density can have an effect on amplitude in certain situations, particularly in the context of wave propagation.
In California, there are a few different regulations and guidelines that pertain to roofing materials.
The strength of a magnet depends on its size, i.e., the larger magnet has more strength than the smaller magnet.
Here we will observe the extent to which the plasma arc generated by the Tesla coil gets deflected by the magnetic field.
This science experiment will help us determine the effect of the universe's temperature on the Black Hole as the universe ages.
We will determine the kind of sunshade material that is the most efficient automobile sunshade for insulating vehicles parked under the hot sun.
Today we will experiment with the effect of color filters on the energy of a laser beam and understand how they are related to each other.
Today we will determine the reason behind the neutral buoyancy of marine animals and how marine animals like fish achieve neutral buoyancy.
In this experiment, we will determine the effect of UV Light on Plastic films by exposing light rays to depressions in CH plastic films.
We will determine the effect of magnetic levitation on friction and whether magnetic levitation reduces friction.
Here we will determine if the magnet's temperature affects the magnetic pull of the magnet and also the rate of change of the magnetic pull.
This experiment will help us determine the kind of insulation that maintains the cool and warm water temperature for a longer time.
Using the Sagnac interferometer, we will measure the frequency shift introduced by the doppler effect on a beam.
Through this science experiment, we will be determining whether the thermal emission gets affected by color in an enclosed environment.
In this experiment, we will design an optical instrument that polarizes light based on the selective subtraction theory.
We will determine whether Saturn's moons cause the gaps in Saturn's rings. Saturn is the sixth planet and has 83 moons.
We will see if we can create any model which can measure the amount of broader spectrum incandescent illumination required.
To perform this study, we will determine how the angular momentum of a pitch is affected by the varying radius of the softball pitcher’s arm.
In this experiment, we will be determining The solar heating and night cooling of coloured surfaces during day and night
We will determine the relationship between sound and air pressure. We hypothesize that as the air pressure decreases, the sound also decreases at a faster rate.
We will check if the change in water density, as the temperature of water increases, causes the water boat to sink in water to a measurable degree.
To determine what kind of wood affects the sound of the notes and also check if the density, size, thickness, size, or other factors enhance the sound.
Here we will determine which material is the most optimum solar energy collector among rubber, aluminium, and copper.
If it is possible to create an energy source using a cold nuclear reaction, then it could provide limitless energy for many years.
The problem is that the focalization of sound is very costly. So, we decided to perform this experiment to lower the cost of focusing sound.
We will find what kind of fabric is used in making sportswear and camp clothes is the best insulator of cold and keeps us warm.
This experiment will determine the launches of steel ball bearings from a device at a very high speed with neodymium magnets.
To get the answer to this question, we will be determining the accuracy of the parallax equation in measuring the distance between the star and the earth.
Using the material available in our home, today we will find a way to create an alternative power supply during a disaster like an earthquake.
To perform this experiment, we will determine how the efficiency of photovoltaic solar cells gets affected by changing the concentration of TiO2.
In this science experiment, we will determine how the effect of reduced pressure on the yield volume of popcorn by cooking corn kernels.
We will be making a comparison of the thermal conductivity of different common metals (materials). We hypothesize that aluminum metal is the best conductor.
We will try to experiment with how to improve stealth-aircraft technology. To perform this, we will be simulating radar waves with the help of light.
This experiment will help us determine the amount of electric power wasted as input in an incandescent lamp by thermal conduction from the filament.
We will be determining whether the musical notes in harmony have any kind of mathematical relationship between their respective frequencies.
We will also be determining which colour of jar radiates more heat by performing heating and cooling of different coloured jars.
As these junks are increasing rapidly due to the increased space explorations, it becomes crucial to study gravitational two-body problems.
In this science experiment, we will measure the air temperature inside a pipe by measuring the speed of the sound.
We will be determining the refractive index of different materials using air as the constant medium and also comparing these refractive indexes.
This experiment on saltwater and sound will help us to determine whether sound travels faster in different water salinities.
This experiment(Specific Heat in Materials) to check which material would have the most amount of heat after being cooled and heated.
The hypothesis says thicker liquid and greater liquid volumes make the glass goblet resonate at a lower frequency.
To perform this experiment we will determine whether solar tubes produce more light than incandescent light and traditional fluorescent light.
In this experiment (Spectrum and Its Relationship to Temperature), we will determine the temperature of two different light sources
We will be studying the standing waves with the help of different strings, the effect of tension on standing waves, and the effect on the unit density of the string.
We will test the Stellar Parallax theory using a series of observations on a football field. It is a method to measure the relative distance of stars.
In this experiment, we will study the force generated by changing magnetic fields because of the changing magnetic field (Lenz law).
We will study the qualities determining CPU Cooling Efficiency. To perform this, we will identify what quality of a heat sink is important in cooling a CPU.
Visible light has a range of wavelengths between 400 and 700 nanometers, falling between the infrared and ultraviolet rays.
According to Archimedes' principle, the graph between the amount of salt added to water and the height of the object above water is a straight line.
Our hypothesis is that sound travels faster in steel. And we are also assuming that the sound will travel faster from steel at high temperatures.
We will measure the factors that can speed up and slow down the pendulum swinging back and forth.
We will aim to compare different sunscreens based on their strengths, ages, and brands under different conditions.
Effectiveness of recycled material as a thermal insulator among fiberglass, wood shaving, polystyrene, polyurethane, and others.
We will be studying the motion of a chaotic particle in a mechanical system by applying a nonlinear periodic force to it.
We will determine the effect of the chemical composition of gas on the transmission and absorption of infrared radiation.
We aimed to show how the proper selection of geometrical factors can maximize a microfluidic network conductance volume.
Measuring the speed of light by using the concept of Parallax. What we have done basically is measured the distance of Jupiter from the earth at opposition.
We will be determining whether the true noon or solar time occurs at 12:00 PM, which is a standard time at the riverside.
We will determine how several materials, such as aluminium foil, graphite, plastic, and paper, affect the levitation of a magnet.
Here we will determine the relation between magnetic strength and temperature to see whether a magnetic force gets affected by varying temperatures.
In this science experiment, we will determine whether combining long and short wavelength colours would balance the average temperature.
In this experiment, we will use the wavelength of primary color to determine the wavelength of white light and additive colors.
In this experiment, we will be testing which gas among Nitrogen, Compressed air, and Helium would keep balloons inflated for longer.
Today we will explore X-Ray crystallography techniques. Through it, we will determine the 3-dimensional structure of the PPAR delta protein.
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 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.
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
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 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.
The law of conservation of mass remarks that in a chemical reaction, mass is neither created nor destroyed.
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.