With the Diffusion Races Easy Chemistry Science Fair Projects kit you will race food coloring at different temperatures against each other to learn about diffusion! This is only a 2 day project!
Benefits & Features
Diffusion Races Easy Chemistry Science Fair Projects kit is your Science Fair solution! It is simple, easy, fast, fun when confusion, mess and panic are eliminated.
What Do You Learn
- -What is diffusion? How does it work?
- Why is so important to the human body and our world?
- Does temperature affect the speed of diffusion? In this experiment you will put food coloring into a petri dish full of gelatin to see how fast the color diffuses through it. This is a simple and very easy experiment that can be completed within 24 hours.
- What are enzymes? How do they work? Why do more expensive laundry detergents have enzymes in them? These are all questions you will be able to answer at the end of this experiment.
The Diffusion Races Easy Chemistry Science Fair Projects kit includes materials and simple instructions that you will need to perform your elementary or middle school Science Fair experiment. Explanations and examples of how to write all of your necessary papers is included.
The all-inclusive kits guides you through an interesting project from start to finish. The manual leads you through writing your question, hypothesis, and identifying your variables.
You will then use the materials list and step by step directions to complete your experiment. Once the experiment is complete, you will use the included thumb drive to access all of the digital files provided. The digital files include sample papers and prompts to help you write your own paper! If you have Excel, the spreadsheet will make the graphs for you as you enter the results.
What’s in the Box
Manual, 4 petri dishes, dropper bottle of food coloring, gelatin, toothpicks, thermometer, straw, permanent marker, paper ruler, petri dish template, and thumb drive.
Prepared Agar Plates are in the kit and we strongly suggest you use the kit within 30 days. Plates usually last for 3 months though.
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