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Determine the effects of different substances such as road salt, calcium chloride, sand, kitty litter, calcium magnesium acetate and Safe Paw (a commercial eco-friendly product) on melting ice while p ...

Determine which salt, magic salt or regular salt is most effective in melting snow? The student will acquire some basic and some practical information on the chemistry and physics of water, its meltin ...

Heat and cold can strongly affect the speed of a chemical reaction. This science project will determine the effect heat has on the reaction between a seltzer tablet and a glass of water.It is an educa ...

Identify a variety of unknown substances that look alike by identifying their properties.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource, you will be redirected ...

The project evaluates and compares the wicking properties of selected fabrics.The goals of the project are to have the student test a preliminary hypothesis about whether fabrics made of natural or sy ...

Does adding salt to water lower its freezing point?It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource, you will be redirected to the content. If you want to downlo ...

People have been dyeing fabrics and other items for many years. In fact, the earliest written record of the use of dye is from thousands of years ago in 2600 BC! In 715 BC, Romans were already dyeing ...

Do you think water from your faucet freezes the same as water from the ocean? While you probably know that all water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen molecules, water from the ocean also has an extra ...

This science fair project focuses on the use the enzyme amylase found in human saliva to break down starch into sugar, by first adding iodine to starch solution, then adding saliva, and again testing ...

Iodide is often added to salt to prevent the salt from caking. The Morton marketing slogan “when it rains, it pours” refers to the ability of their salt not to cake in damp weather because iodide had ...