Category Archives: Chemistry

Movement of Gas Molecules Demonstration

Aim: To understand and visualize the movement of molecules in a gas. Materials required: A wire mesh cage, a bird cage will do. Some ping-pong balls. A few different colors of paint. A blow dryer. A paintbrush. Procedure: Suspend the cage from the ceiling by a wire or rope. Paint the ping-pong balls in different colors and put them in […]

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Dancing Raisins Science Experiment

Aim: The aim of this fun science fair project is to show raisings jumping up and down in water. Materials Required: A bottle of carbonated water (Soda) 4 or 5 raisins (dry grapes) A glass Procedure: Fill half of the glass with the carbonated water. Drop the raisins into the glass. Wait for sometime and see the raisins dancing. Explanation: We all […]

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1+1 is not always 2

Aim of the science project: The aim of this science fair project is to demonstrate that 1+1 does not need to be always 2. Materials Required: a clear glass quart jar 1 cup of sugar a measuring cup masking tape a pencil or a pen Procedure Take the jar. Take a  strip of masking tape and place it down the […]

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Simple Test on Cohesion

Cohesion or cohesive force, which is a physical property of a material, is the intermolecular force of attraction between like molecules. For example, there is a force of attraction between the molecules of water which causes them to stick together. This science fair project idea is to prove that cohesion exist between water molecules through a simple test. Aim: To […]

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Science Project on Static Electricity

When two insulated materials like rubber or scale are rubbed together a charge is formed on their surface. This charge is called static electricity. Simply it is the electric charge built up by friction on an insulated material. The following science fair project is to demonstrate the presence of static electricity on an insulated material. Aim: To move a balanced […]

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Swirl milk in a bottle without touching it

Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to create a swirling effect in milk without touching it. Materials Required: One glass of non skimmed milk. (This experiment will work better with milkof higher fat content.) Food colours Vegetable oil How to do the experiment: Without any disturbance, keep the glass of milk on the table. Add single drops […]

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