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How Does Salt Affect Boiling Water?

It has been a practice in the kitchen to add salt when boiling something. When we cook meat until it becomes tender, we add salt. Does salt affect the boling temperature of water? Does it cook the food faster? In this science project, the relationship of salt with the boiling water will be determined. PROBLEM [...]

July 25, 2011 7
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Do Plants Grow Better With Music?

Music has been proven to help people in boosting their mental capacities. Some people claimed to have performed better and became more more productive when they listen to a classical kind of music. Some become more active when listening to a rock music. In this experiment, we will be able to determine if the effects [...]

July 18, 2011 5
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Saltwater Plus Air Equals Battery?

Experiments about home-made batteries are now rampant as the world today is facing an energy crisis. With this project, we can prove that electricity or electrical energy can be derived from saltwater and air. It is also good to note that air and saltwater are everywhere and free. We don’t have to purchase them. In [...]

July 18, 2011 1
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Are Detergents Harmful To Plants?

An 8th grade science fair project is not expected to be an original experiment as long as the procedures are well-demonstrated and fully support the topic idea. Sometimes, smaller and a more specified science fair projects wins over the complicated ones because they are easier to understand. So just a tip: in conducting science projects, [...]

July 11, 2011 1
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Can You Make A Tornado?

Did you know that the word “tornado” comes from the Latin word tonare, meaning “to thunder”Yes, the Spanish developed the word into tornear which means to turn or twist. Basically, a tornado looks like a black large funnel formed from a rotating or twisting air. It is also called a twister or cyclone because it [...]

July 11, 2011 0
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How Do Magnets Affect Radish?

The radish (Raphanus sativus) is defined as an edible root vegetable of the Brassicaceae family that was domesticated in Europe. They are grown and consumed throughout the world. Radishes have numerous varieties, varying in size, color and duration of required cultivation time. There are some radishes that are grown for their seeds; oilseed radishes are grown, as the name implies, for oil production. [...]

July 5, 2011 4
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Which Rocket Flies Higher?

An 8th grade science fair project can be very stressful for it needs a lot of research and experimentation. However, there are also types of projects which are the winning types yet not that hard to conduct. An example of this is the Rocket Can and the analysis on which makes it fly higher. PROBLEM [...]

July 5, 2011 6
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Can You Make Paper Frogs Jump?

Have you heard of a static electricity? Static means non-moving and the closest thing to electricity is electrical charge. So, it is a kind of electricity that gathers in one placeor a non-moving kind of electricity. In this experiment, you are going to find how to make frogs jump through a static electricity. PROBLEM How [...]

July 1, 2011 0