Floating Egg!

Materials: • An egg• Glass of water• Salt Procedure: Fill a glass with water and place the egg into it. Notice that it sinks. Add salt into the water and stir until it is dissolved. The egg is now floating!! Explanation: The egg will sink in water because its density is higher than the density…

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Bouncing Eggs!!

Materials: • An egg• Glass• Vinegar Procedure: Fill a glass with vinegar and let an egg soak in it. The next day notice that the egg has turned into a rubber ball. You can now bounce it!! Explanation: The eggshell is made of calcium carbonate which makes it hard. The calcium carbonate will absorb the acid of the vinegar…

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Remove a coin from water without getting wet

Materials: Candle Glass plate coin water Procedure: Place a coin on a plate and pour a little water. Light a candle and place it in the middle of the plate. Cover the candle with an inverted glass and watch the water sucked up in the glass!! Explanation: The oxygen in the glass is consumed in…

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Upside down Glass of water without spilling

The earth is surrounded by atmosphere. The atmosphere consists of a mixture of gases called atmospheric air. Atmospheric air exerts pressure (atmospheric) on each body inside it, which is due to the weight of the air. Materials: Glass of water Piece of Paper Procedure: Fill a glass with water and place a piece of paper…

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Build a simple Electric Generator

Generators are the devices that convert kinetic energy into electricity. The operation of the generators is based on the induction phenomenon, according to which, if a magnetic field moves close to a conductor an electric current will flow in the conductor. Materials: 2 rubber ringstest tubeLED lightpowerful magnetscopper wire Procedure: Place the magnet and the…

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Mixing Colors Experiment

Procedure: What color do you see when you throw at the same time on a white surface: Green and red light Green and blue light Blue and red light Green, blue and red light Explanation: White light consists of radiations corresponding to each color such as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet .…

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Moving Images experiment

Procedure: Draw on a piece of paper a cage and next to it a parrot. Stick the back of the rafts together and rest them on a straw. Spin the straw with your palms and watch the parrot in the cage!! Explanation: Our eyes maintain the impression of an image for 1/10 of a second.…

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Liquid Density Experiment

Materials: Olive oilAlcoholRed wineGlycerin Procedure: Pour the liquids inside a glass. Notice that the liquids with the highest density sink while the liquids with the lowest density float. Your layer density tower is ready!!

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Make a lemon battery

A battery is a device that stores chemical energy and converts it to electrical energy through chemical reactions. Materials: Four lemonsFour zinc nailsFour copper coinsFive crocodile wires and led Procedure: Place the coins and the nails on each of the four lemons as shown in the top images. Connect the nail on one lemon to the…

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Build a Simple Electromagnet

An electromagnet is the magnet in which the magnetic field is produced by an electric current. Electromagnet consists of a coil wrapped with a wire. The current through the wire turns the coil into a magnet. Materials: 30 cm copper wireA long nailBattery 4.5 VoltPaperclips Procedure: Wrap the wire several times around the nail. Scrape the…

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