Question: Hi my name is Dana and I am a year 10 student, I was just wondering if you could help me answer one of the questions I am stuck on for my science assignment. I wanted to know whether ice melts faster with salt, sugar, pepper or water on its own. I’ve been searching for […]
Many students think that science fair projects are boring and tedious. However, this is only because they think that their projects are limited to the same tired old topics that have been done a thousand times. This is not the case. When developing a science fair project you need to think outside of the box […]
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.
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.
Last week we talked about holiday candy science fair projects that you can complete. This week I’d like to talk about another holiday project that you can work on, chromatography science fair projects. Chromatography, if you don’t already know, is a very simple process that involves the separation of colors or particles in a solution […]