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Old 01-13-2006, 01:26 PM
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HEEELLLLPP PLEEASSE!


my school is having a science fair in like 2 weeks and i still dont have a project idea, let alone a hypothesis which is due next tuesday (its friday right now)

i would like to do something with food but at this point anything will do.


ANY GOOD IDEAS FOR A SEVENTH GRADE SCIENCE PROJECT?


thanks so much

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HEEELLLLPP PLEEASSE!


my school is having a science fair in like 2 weeks and i still dont have a project idea, let alone a hypothesis which is due next tuesday (its friday right now)

i would like to do something with food but at this point anything will do.


ANY GOOD IDEAS FOR A SEVENTH GRADE SCIENCE PROJECT?


thanks so much

m.k.
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Arrow food science??

if food science than here you go....

Does eating breakfast affect short-term memory?

Which method of cooking is better for retaining vitamin C in foods?

Testing various orange drinks for vitamin C.

The amount of dissolved salt in drinking water.

Comparison of vitamin A content in frozen, canned and fresh peas.

they've got alot to with science!! hope it helps!!

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Cool the solar system

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Help!!!! We need to find a sceince fair project and get it checked by our teacher. I need anything for physical sceince. PLEASE!!!!!!
I will like to have a (?) about the solar system but it needs to have a graph

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Cool Crystals!

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... My science project is due in two weeks and I really need information on growing crystals without having to buy a crystal growing kit (costs about 35 dollars). Please help me.One more thing I need an specific website or book.
For making salt crystals,

1. Add two tablespoons of rock salt to 1 cup of tap water.

2. Stir till all dissolved.

3. Put the mixture into a glass cup.

4. Take a pencil and tie a piece of string around it.

5. Place a paper clip at the bottom of the string.

6. Then take the pencil and put it on the top of the glass jar.

For making sugar crystals

1. Stir constantly until the solution is 170F then remove the solution from the heat.

2. Continue to stir the solution as the solution cools to 125F.

3. Pour the 125F solution into the crystal growing vessel. Remember to use a vessel which will tolerate boiling water!

4. Allow the solution to cool to room temperature. Close/seal the container.

~Exploring Crystals by: Berry, James

~Crystals and Crystal Gardens You Can Grow by: Stangl, Jean

~The Usborne illustrated dictionary of Science Author: Corrine Stockley, Chris Oxlade, and Jane Wertheim

~The Little Encyclopedia Author: Angela Wilkes

~The Kingfisher Science Encyclopedia Author: Charles Taylor

~How it works encyclopedia Author: Gerald Legg

this should help you i did the same project P.M me if you need more help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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For making salt crystals,

1. Add two tablespoons of rock salt to 1 cup of tap water.

2. Stir till all dissolved.

3. Put the mixture into a glass cup.

4. Take a pencil and tie a piece of string around it.

5. Place a paper clip at the bottom of the string.

6. Then take the pencil and put it on the top of the glass jar.

For making sugar crystals

1. Stir constantly until the solution is 170F then remove the solution from the heat.

2. Continue to stir the solution as the solution cools to 125F.

3. Pour the 125F solution into the crystal growing vessel. Remember to use a vessel which will tolerate boiling water!

4. Allow the solution to cool to room temperature. Close/seal the container.

~Exploring Crystals by: Berry, James

~Crystals and Crystal Gardens You Can Grow by: Stangl, Jean

~The Usborne illustrated dictionary of Science Author: Corrine Stockley, Chris Oxlade, and Jane Wertheim

~The Little Encyclopedia Author: Angela Wilkes

~The Kingfisher Science Encyclopedia Author: Charles Taylor

~How it works encyclopedia Author: Gerald Legg

this should help you i did the same project P.M me if you need more help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Great instructions, lifescience. Though once again, I do not recommend anyone using these instructions word for word. Try to change it a bit and make it your experiment. Like perhaps investigate the effect of varying temperature or concentration of salt on the quality of the crytals.
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i really need a science fair project on chemistry! please help me! i need by this week! anything good is alright...
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Old 09-24-2006, 09:47 AM
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how about why does Vinegar and Baking Soda react? and what other items can produce the same reaction
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something for eighth grade...something...sort of challenging...
(thanks for the idea though! )
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Try makin experiments... like forming phenol from ethyn and water
ethyn(C2H2)
phenol(C6H5OH)
water(H2O)
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