On February 19, 2010 a new element was officially named, making 112 total. How many can you name? Since then 6 more have been added. Can you answer the quiz below? Name the Elements Now learn more about this amazing Periodic Table! Contributed by John, a student.
View 12th grade science fair project using water soluble reagents. This is a mechanistic investigation of oxidative transformations using water soluble hypervalent iodine. ABSTRACT STUDENT: Arun GRADE LEVEL: 12th Grade CITY/STATE: Macomb, IL USA AWARDS: Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). Best in Category – Award in Chemistry. This is the largest pre-college science […]
Historically organic chemistry was believed to be unique to living things. However, this was disproved in 1828 when an organic compound known as urea was produced in an inorganic chemical reaction between ammonia and cyanate. Findings that disprove science “facts” can be a way to win an online science fair contest.
Adventure sports chemistry science fair projects will get you to stop thinking of boring and tedious and actually have fun doing your science fair project. Your projects will not be limited limited to the same tired old topics that have been done a thousand times. When developing a science fair project you need to think […]
I. Purpose The purpose of the antacid neutralization science fair project is to determine which antacid works best at neutralizing hydrochloric acid (HCI), which is found in the stomach. STUDENT: Michael GRADE LEVEL: 7th CITY/STATE: IL, USA AWARD: Gold Medal, 1st place award ($500 savings bond) from Chicago Drug and Chemical Association. II. Procedure Five […]
Chemistry is divided into two basic categories, organic and inorganic. Organic chemistry deals with carbon compounds and living things. Inorganic chemistry deals with basically everything else. The EDU-8355 Super Chem 120 Science Kit will help kids to explore chemistry in the kitchen and can be used to create a science fair project. You can find […]
Sunscreen science fair project asks the question, “Does a higher sunscreen SPF be more effective at protecting against UV rays”? Jordan Grade 5 Colorado, USA Hypothesis A higher sunscreen SPF will be more effective at protecting against UV rays. Materials Color Changing UV Beads Sunscreen: SPF 4, SPF 15, SPF 30, SPF 50 […]
Now is a great time to conduct holiday chemistry science fair projects experiments as ingredients are on sale for the holiday cooking season. ExampleUse boiling “pearl” onions from the grocery store for root squash. (Onion root squash can be optional). Compare and contrast animal and plant mitosis. Make a Christmas tree preservative. Make two different […]
I did the kaboom science fair project because I wanted to know how water flows into water. So I did this experiment. I did not come up with the experiment there is a science kit and there was the experiment in that science kit. Tej 6th Grade Dublin, OH Hypothesis Hot water will explode when […]
8 year old Garrett home school Acids and Bases science fair project helped him to learn what liquids were acids, bases or neutral liquids. I studied chemistry this year. I used the book Real Science-4-Kids Chemistry by Dr. R. W. Keller. I also did lots of labs, but we only studied a few acids and […]