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Two bags of crushed ice and Water Patience What to Do: Check out this video for full details as this experiment, whilst straightforward, is delicate. Compete to see who can pour the tallest freezing tower 4. You will need: A ye olde photo film cannister most camera shops still have plenty to give away for free Alka-seltzer tablet Water Water colouring or paint optional What to do: Take the lid of the cannister and stick the blu-tak to the inside.
Next, carefully but firmly stick your alka-seltzer tablet to the blu tack. Fill the cannister halfway with water.
Firmly close the lid. You now have a fuelled pocket rocket.
Simply turn upside down and step back. What's Happening? This is simply an application of pressure.
As the alka-seltzer dissolvers, it releases carbon dioxide. Because the cannister is airtight, it has nowhere to go! The pressure builds until it goes POP! Experiment with different amounts of water and brands of fizzing tablets.
I play a trick where I count in my head whilst talking and snap my fingers just as each pocket rocket takes off : 5. The Science of Double Glazing Prove the effectiveness of your expensive double glazing with a simple experiment.
You will need: Two empty 1 litre plastic drinks bottles One empty 2 litre plastic drinks bottle Sharp scissors Two identical glasses or paper cups - anything without a handle that is narrow enough to fit inside the smaller bottle A jug or something to fill the glasses from Hot water from the tap Two thermometer strips sold at chemists and supermarkets and some sticky tape. What to do: Lots of steps to this one and it is neatly stolen from the Bang website so take a look at this link for full details and explanations!
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Emission Spectra Study of Atomic Hydrogen Force Constants from Vibrational Frequencies A Velocity Constant by an Amperometric Method A Velocity Constant by a Potentiometrie Method A Velocity Constant by a Polarimetrie Method Molecular Weight of a Polymer from Viscosity Measurements Electrophoresis Conductance and Transference Variation of Conductance with Concentration Transport Numbers Moving Boundary Method Transport Numbers e.
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