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    How to Crush Bottle with Air

    FacebookTwitterGoogle+Make a plastic bottle collapse without touching it! The air does the job for you. You cannot feel air, but it presses against every surface. This is called “air pressure”. You Require Ice Funnel Hot & Cold Water Plastic BottleRead More »
  • Producing electricity from potatoes

    Producing electricity from potatoes

    FacebookTwitterGoogle+ A primary voltaic cell makes use of a dilute solution of sulphuric acid in which one plate each of copper and zinc is dipped. The electricity in this cell is produced due to the migration of electrons from theRead More »
  • Switching on a table lamp by a match stick

    Switching on a table lamp by a match stick

    FacebookTwitterGoogle+ This project is based on the phenomenon of photoelectric effect. When a match stick is lit and its light falls on the photo detector or LDR, the electric circuit gets completed and as a result the electric bulb startsRead More »
  • Making a siphon fountain

    Making a siphon fountain

    FacebookTwitterGoogle+A practical siphon, operating at typical atmospheric pressures and tube heights, works because gravity pulling down on the taller column of liquid leaves reduced pressure at the top of the siphon (formally, hydrostatic pressure when the liquid is not moving). This reducedRead More »
  • Making an anemometer

    Making an anemometer

    FacebookTwitterGoogle+  An anemometer is an instrument used to measure the velocity of wind. The simplest anemometer has three or four cups attached to a vertical pipe. The wind catches the cups, spinning them around.  The winds speed is measured byRead More »
Why Do a SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT?

Why Do a SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT?

FacebookTwitterGoogle+ What do market analysts, rhetorical crime technicians, and curtilage gardeners have in common? all of them apply the inquiry method to the analysis necessary in their careers. Most professions have common skills that ar needed for fulfillment , like important and creative

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