"Egg Drop Experiment" Essays and Research Papers

  • Egg Drop Experiment

    Millikan Oil Drop Experiment Purpose The purpose for this lab is to find the terminal velocity, mass, and radius of the oil drops to find the charge of an electron. Hypothesis The prediction for this investigation is that an oil drop entering the space between two plates would be affected by the uniform electric, gravitational field and the viscous drag. The oil drops would reach terminal velocity without applying any voltage. So the mass of the oil drop, radius and from the radius the...

    California Institute of Technology, Electric charge, Electromagnetism 863  Words | 6  Pages

  • Egg Drop Experiment w/ Straws

    Tiron Yang 8A          ​ Egg Drop Experiment             ​ May 26, 2015      The  objective  of  this  assignment  was  to  construct  a  structure  out  of  straws  and  masking  tape  to withstand  the pressure of a drop at  2 meters above ground while sheltering  a  raw egg inside it.   When  we  were  planning  out  our  design,  we  thought  about  the  pressure  the  structure  will  receive.  That  was  the  most  important  factor  because  we  were  assigned  a  flimsy material  (plastic...

    Abelian group, Egg, Group 1177  Words | 2  Pages

  • Egg drop

    protect a raw egg as it falls to the ground from a height of 8 feet. Your team will receive an egg and a bag of materials. You will be given time to brainstorm how you might construct a protective mechanism for dropping your egg without breaking it. You are only allowed to use the materials in your bag within the time frame allotted. It will be important to work well with your teams in analyzing the materials you are given and predicting which materials will safely protect your egg during its descent...

    Group, Period 5 element, Transition metal 1156  Words | 6  Pages

  • Egg Drop

    Running head: Egg Drop Lab Report Egg Drop Lab Report Jon Johnson Rochester Area High School Egg Drop Lab Report Introduction The objective of this project was to create a structure that will protect a raw egg and prevent it from breaking when being dropped from a minimum height of two meters. A decent hypothesis or prediction one could develop before any experimental trials would be as follows. The structure that provides the longest duration of impact between the falling egg the ground...

    Classical mechanics, Collision, Egg 1366  Words | 4  Pages

  • th egg drop

    Egg drop projects teach students to use logic and teamwork to protect their eggs from a fall. There are a variety of ways to conduct an egg drop. Begin by explaining the process and handing out eggs to the students. Set the parameters of your egg drop and a deadline when your students must be ready to drop their eggs or go bust.1.Get an egg-eating snake, give it the egg and wait until the egg is about half way down the snake, then fit the snake with tail flights (cf a dart), then drop said snake...

    Egg, Snake, The Egg 2015  Words | 6  Pages

  • Egg Dropping Experiment

    Egg Dropping Experiment Introduction The objective of this project was to create a structure that will protect a raw egg and prevent it from breaking when being dropped from a height of 6.0 meters. A decent hypothesis or prediction one could develop before any experimental trials would be as follows. The structure that provides the longest duration of impact between the falling egg the ground will provide the desired results of an undamaged egg. The duration of time in which the ground applies...

    Classical mechanics, Collision, Energy 1390  Words | 6  Pages

  • Egg Drop Essay Rob

    Robert Bruce Egg Drop Project May 5, 2014 Its a very well know fact that eggs are very weak and it doesn't take much for them to break. Just ask me, mine cracked when we dropped it from the bleachers. Then broke when we dropped it from six feet. My grouped used two plastic bags, some rubber bands, pop sickle sticks, and cotton balls these materials were not effective in this project though. So the original project was to create a vehicle that will protect the egg from breaking...

    Balloon, Brake, Egg 843  Words | 4  Pages

  • Milikan Oil Drop Experiment

    Milikan Oil Drop Experiment Objective To experimentally determine the quantum nature of charge by using the equipment especially designed for this experiment. Theory A spherical drop of oil, falling through a viscous medium like air, will quickly reach a constant velocity. When it reaches this equilibrium state, the viscous force is balanced by other forces acting on the drop, such as gravity, buoyant forces from the air, electrical forces, etc. In this experiment an electrical force of varying...

    Buoyancy, Electric charge, Electron 1188  Words | 4  Pages

  • Floating egg experiment research paper

    floating egg experiment – How much salt is needed to make an egg float? Aim: To investigate the effects of salt on the density of water (and therefore the ability to float an object in said water) and to find the amount of salt needed to float one regular egg in a glass of water. Research: Internet research shows that adding salt to water increases the density, and in turn makes it easier for objects to float. 4-10 teaspoons of salt in 1 glass of water is said to be enough to make one egg float...

    Addition, Density, Experiment 518  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egg Drop!!

    Egg Drop (lab writes) In our science class we did an egg drop experiment. We used the scientific method to answer the question and solve the problem. Our question for this particular lab was “will an egg break or be secured, if covered with thick sponges and drop from ten feet above the ground?” our idea was to secure the egg from breaking and we wanted to design something that would provide a lot of cushioning directly on the egg. We came up with many different ideas until we choose...

    Empiricism, Experiment, Falsifiability 465  Words | 2  Pages

  • EGG DROP

    The Egg Drop Analysis 1. As far as researching goes I did not do many research besides videos I mainly saw a lot of sponges or big sponges use for people experiment and I in fact went with it and prototypes I used were mainly the same thing with some added cushion to it. 2. I forgot to take a picture but a good description would definitely be a can and thats wrap in cushion on the inside and the outside but the error I made was not covering the metal shock that will it takes impact it release...

    English-language films, Length 429  Words | 2  Pages

  • Egg Development

    OBSERVATION OF EGG DEVELOPMENT IN A CHICK A WRITTEN OUTPUT In partial fulfilment of the Requirements in Developmental Biology SUBMITTED TO: PROF. MANUELA CADELINA SUBMITTED BY: JACKELYN T. SUDAYPAN MAY 16, 2012 I. INTRODUCTION One of the greatest miracles of nature is the transformation of the egg into the chick. The development of the chick begins in the single cell formed by the union of two parental cells, egg and sperm...

    Cell, Developmental biology, Egg 1229  Words | 5  Pages

  • An Experiment

    FIRE RESISTANT BALLOON: Materials -    1 matchbox -    1 candle -    1 yellow colored balloon -    1 blue colored balloon -    Half a cup of water   Procedure: 1.    For this experiment, the independent variable is whether the balloon is filled with water or not. The dependent variable is what happens to the balloon when it is placed above the lit candle. This is determined by observing the balloon. The constants (control variables) are how much the balloon is inflated and the amount...

    Atlantic Ocean, Ice, Magnet 2181  Words | 7  Pages

  • Proteins Experiment

    Experiment Proteins A) Denaturation of egg white Observations Egg albumen in raw eggs is opalescent and does not appear white until it is beaten or cooked. When we diluted the egg white with water we observed that the colour with turned a very pale yellow. A yellow cast in raw white may indicate the presence of riboflavin. Results Samples Time/Drops Changes 1) Tube at 60ºC - No changes 2) Tube at 80ºC 2:05 min The colour yellow became milky white and the egg white...

    Acid, Amino acid, Carbon dioxide 825  Words | 4  Pages

  • Experiment

    Experiment 22 Title: Reactions of aldehydes and ketones Aim: The purpose of this experiment is to compare some reactions of ethanal and propanone. Introduction: We have chosen ethanal and propanone as relatively safe examples of aldehydes and ketones to illustrate their reactions in simple test-tube experiments. The reactions or properties to be investigated are as follows: A. Condensation (addition-elimination) B. Oxidation C. Triiodomethane (iodoform) reaction Requirements: ...

    Acetic acid, Aldehyde, Ammonia 499  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egg Drop

    Physics Egg Drop Structure is a huge invovlement to the egg surviving the fall from the top of the stadium. You have to have a structure that will absorb the impact of the fall without putting it into the egg. We constructed a cube. In this cube we constructed had many shapes but we tried to stay with rectangles and triangles. These shapes absorb energy very well. We keep the shapes uniform to have the same protection on all sides. These shapes help when they are uniform because they give the...

    Earthquake engineering, Energy, Kinetic energy 687  Words | 2  Pages

  • Experiment: Fresh Water

    INVESTIGATION Fundamental Science Salt water egg experiment Result Some objects float on top of the ocean, and other objects sink to the bottom. Why? In this salt water egg experiment we can find a solution for this question. It was noted that to make the egg float salt is needed to dissolve into fresh water. When the egg was lowered into the fresh water container it started to sink. But when salt was added to the container the egg started to float. Adding salt to the water squishes...

    Density, Egg, Liquid 885  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiment

    Experiment : 1 Tittle : Preparation of bis(acetylacetonato)copper(II) complex Objective : To synthesis the bis(acetylacetonato)copper(II) complex Introduction : A complex ion is usually form with high charge density metal ion as a central and formation of coordinate covalent bond (dative bond) with high electron molecules or ions. These molecules or ions are functioning as ligands (electrophile in organic compounds). They are easily attracted by electrophile (electron deficiency...

    Ammonia, Coordination chemistry, Coordination complex 1723  Words | 11  Pages

  • Egg Drop Project Essay

    Luis Berrios 3/7/12 Physics Honors B Block Egg Drop Project For this project, I made a capsule for an egg that is to be dropped from about twenty feet. This capsule that I made was not what I was thinking at first but when I started to build it, I saw that this capsule would hold better than the one that I was thinking which was a triangular capsule with the egg in the middle but I saw later one that the egg would break if it hit one of the flat sides. The capsule is a cube that is made out...

    Popsicle 721  Words | 2  Pages

  • Eggs

    EGGS Eggs are laid by females of many different species, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish, and have been eaten by mankind for thousands of years.[1] Bird and reptile eggs consist of a protective eggshell, albumen (egg white), and vitellus (egg yolk), contained within various thin membranes. Popular choices for egg consumption are chicken, duck, quail, roe, and caviar, but the egg most often consumed by humans is the chicken egg, by a wide margin. Egg yolks and whole eggs store...

    Chicken, Cholesterol, Egg 2275  Words | 7  Pages

  • eggshell experiment

    (aq) + NaOH (aq) H2O + Na+ (aq) + Cl- (aq) Aim To measure the percent by mass of CaCO3 in an eggshell. Variables Independent variables: Mass of calcium carbonate in eggshell. The mass of calcium carbonate in the egg shell will be constant as the shell is taken form one egg itself. Dependent variables: Number of moles of hydrochloric acid used. The number of moles of that reacts with the calcium carbonate will vary according to the mass of calcium carbonate that is present in eggshell. Control...

    Calcium carbonate, Chlorine, Eggshell 1266  Words | 6  Pages

  • Experiment

     Experiment #1: Introduction to Experimentation Submitted by: Neann Klara M. De Jesus BS Psychology II Submitted to: Dr. Geraldine E. Tria ABSTRACT SUMMARY The first experiment done by the class was called “Introduction to Experimentation”. Its main objective is to give basic knowledge about some of the logic of experimentation. The class was divided into groups of 2. In each group there was an experimenter (E) and a subject (S). The...

    Empiricism, Experiment, Hypothesis 1222  Words | 8  Pages

  • experiment

    Experiment 2: IDENTIFICATION OF UNKNOWNS BY TLC AND MP IN COMBINATION Introduction: Thin layer chromatography (TLC) is one of the most valuable techniques in organic chemistry. This is a best method of separating and identifying mixtures of two or more compounds. The separation is accomplished by the distribution of the mixture between two phases: one that is stationary and one that is moving or mobile. Chromatography works on the principle that different compounds will have different...

    Analytical chemistry, Chemical compound, Chemistry 1428  Words | 5  Pages

  • Egg Drop

    of our project was to design and build a contraption that would secure an egg from breaking upon impact from a second story window, and the contraption wieghing as least as possible while falling the fastest. We wanted to design something that would provide a lot of cushioning directly to the egg, and also provide extra cushioning to weaken the impact. After testing and submitting a design of just bubble wrap around the egg we found out that it will not be allowed. Due to this we had to make changes...

    Bubble Wrap, Creativity, Cushioning 654  Words | 2  Pages

  • Physics Egg-Drop Report

    Problem/Purpose “In this experiment we want to investigate __________________________. We will change the ____________ and measure the ____________, while keeping the _________ constant” II. Prediction “We predict that the straws would take in all the impact force, it’s because the straws has many collapsing points. This would help sustain in the eggs inside. III. Materials * Sponge * Straws * Plastic tape * Duct tape * Yarn strings * 2 Eggs IV. Procedure ...

    Cosmo Kramer, Egg, Elaine Benes 499  Words | 2  Pages

  • Experiments

    process of distillation. Distillation is the separation of volatile substances mixed with nonvolatile substances by boiling the mixture to alter the phase of the volatile substance. The researchers used the simple distillation set up to conduct the experiment. 25 ml of The Bar Vodka was used and 7 ml of distillate was collected before a temperature of 95 degrees Celsius was reached. Collected distillate was then subjected to a flammability test to confirm ethanol content. The percent ethanol was computed...

    Alcoholic beverage, Boiling point, Distillation 956  Words | 5  Pages

  • Experiments

    EXPERIMENT 1: REACTIONS OF ENOLATE IONS WITH CARBONYL GROUPS Aims In this experiment we used two techniques for the reactions of enolate ions with carbonyl groups. One technique used was Doebner reaction and the other technique used was Claisen-Schmidt reaction. Therefore the aim of this experiment is to synthesize trans p-methoxycinnamic acid and to synthesize dibenzalacetone via an aldol condensation reaction between acetone and benzaldehyde. The products would be recrystallized using ethanol...

    Acid, Aldehyde, Aldol condensation 1824  Words | 6  Pages

  • Egg Osmosis

    objective of this experiment is to demonstrate osmosis by using an egg as a model. In order for this to happen the vinegar will make the eggs shell disappears. The reason for this is because vinegar has acetic acid and the shell has calcium carbonate, when these come into contact it produces carbon dioxide. This is the reasoning for the little bubbles when the egg is first put into the vinegar. After the shell discinigrates it will become rubbery from the acetic acid, at this point the egg could very...

    Acetic acid, Cell biology, Egg 842  Words | 3  Pages

  • egg speriment

    Background: 3 Experiment: 4-8 Graphs: 5-6 Experiment: 3 Procedure: What you need: -Four raw eggs -Four cups of white vinegar -beakers/cups for the eggs What to do: 1. Put the 4 eggs in each cup with one cup of vinegar. Let that sit for 24 hours. This will make the egg shell come off or dissolve. If the egg shell is not off, put the egg in fresh vinegar. Then, carefully wash the egg in water and measure each egg using...

    Chemistry, Egg, Height 862  Words | 6  Pages

  • EGG DROP PROJECT

    EGG DROP PROJECT Using principles of physics, design and construct a container for a raw egg that can be dropped from the second story balcony of St. Joseph’s Academy and strike the ground without breaking the egg. The finished container must meet the following criteria: No professional packing materials (such as bubble wrap or Styrofoam peanuts) may be used. The egg must be raw and either Large or X-Large. If a parachute is attached to the container, it must be made from...

    Hoop, Hooping, Land 332  Words | 2  Pages

  • NASA Egg Drop Competition

    NASA Egg Drop Competition Josh Bryant Purpose: The objective of the project was to build a structure capable of bringing the egg safely to the ground without harming or damaging the egg in as little material as possible. Equipment: One larger bottle One smaller bottle One red balloon One blue balloon Too much tape Procedure: The procedure to make the device was as simple as cutting two bottles in half so that you may then stretch the balloon...

    Glass, Measurement 381  Words | 1  Pages

  • Egg Osmosis

    think that an egg is made up of cells, when in actuality and egg itself is a cell. An egg has several main parts, including the egg shell (that acts as the cell membrane), the egg yolk and the egg white. There’s also a tiny white mass that is very important, it’s called the ovum, and it is the living part of the cell. If a hen lays an egg without mating with a cock then the ovum will not develop. If the hen does mate, then the egg will be fertile and it develops into a little chick. The egg being worked...

    Chicken, Diffusion, Egg 1084  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egg Drop Essay

    Egg Drop Essay My central focus while I was making my egg drop container was to build something sturdy enough to hold and support a large egg so when it is dropped from a two story building, it survives the fall without cracking. The design of my container incorporated physics principles such as Newton’s 3rd Law, laws of impulse, momentum, and air resistance. The main item used to contain my egg is a tall, plastic, cylindrical container filled with cotton balls. I chose cotton balls to surround...

    Classical mechanics, Euclidean vector, Force 490  Words | 2  Pages

  • Composition of calcium carbonate in egg shell

    carbonate in egg shell Equipment: Pestel Mortar Conical flask Egg shell Measuring cylinder Balance Hydrochloric acid (1 mol/dm cube) Sodium hydroxide (1 mol/ dm cube) Pipette Burette Clamp Beaker Phenolphthalein Safety: Wear eye goggle during an experiment because of the strong hydrochloric acid In case, if there is an acid contact your skin, quickly wash your skin with water Pour acid on body level so it does not interact with you face Independence variable: Mass of egg shell:...

    Calcium carbonate, Calcium hydroxide, Carbon dioxide 539  Words | 3  Pages

  • How to Make an Egg Bounce

    Due Date: February 1st School: Lake Arbor Elementary School Grade: 6th Teacher: Mr.Debaun Problem: How can I make an egg bounce? Hypothesis- I think the hard-boiled egg is more likely to bounce because it is soft once you finish cooking it and the raw egg will be hard cause of the shell on it “How to Make an Egg Bounce” By Daija Warren Lake Arbor Elementary School February 1, 2011 I would like to thank my mom with helping me with my science project. She...

    Chicken, Eggshell, Experiment 937  Words | 4  Pages

  • Bouncey Egg Experiment

    The Bouncy Egg Experiment! Mrs. Murosky December 19, 2013 Introduction: GOAL: The goal of this experiment is to get an egg to bounce. WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? : The results of the egg experiment is important because it shows what the membrane of an egg looks like, but allows the experimenter to have fun in the process. LITERATURE: The acids in the vinegar make the shell deteriorate. Eggs contain "calcium carbonate"(this is what makes it hard), and vinegar is an acid. When they both combine...

    Acid, Calcium carbonate, Carbon dioxide 348  Words | 2  Pages

  • Egg Drop Lab

    2013 Egg Drop Lab 1. Purpose: This lab is designed to give us a better understanding of linear motion. The goal of the lab is to drop an egg on Mr. Forrest’s head while he is in motion. This requires us to calculate an interception point with both a constant velocity and accelerating velocity. 2. Set Up: To set up this lab we stood on top of the bleachers while Mr. Forrest walked beneath them at a constant velocity. He walked in an area directly below us so we could attempt to drop an egg...

    380  Words | 2  Pages

  • Experiment

    EXPERIMENT 5 REDOX TITRATION: TITRATION USING SODIUM THIOSULPHATE Objectives 1. 2. To prepare a standard solution of potassium iodate for use to determine the concentration of sodium thiosulphate solution accurately. To acquire the proper techniques of carrying out a titration. Introduction Redox titrations using sodium thiosulphate as a reducing agent is known as iodometric titration since it is used specifically to titrate iodine. The reaction involved is: I2 + 2Na2S2O3 I2 + 2S2O322NaI + Na2S4O6...

    Chemical reaction, Chemistry, Iodine 1141  Words | 5  Pages

  • Osmosis in Egg

    Title : Osmosis in Quail’s Eggs Research Question What is the effect of different concentrations of sodium Chloride (NaCl) on the mass of the de-shelled quail’s eggs? Introduction Osmosis is an example of passive transport. Osmosis is defined as the movement of water molecules, down its concentration gradient, from an area of high water concentration (low solute concentration) to an area of lower water concentration (high solute concentration) through a selectively permeable membrane. Osmosis...

    Chemistry, Chlorine, Concentration 1847  Words | 7  Pages

  • science experiment

     The Amazing Floating Egg By: Madison Johnson 9th grade biology Introduction: My name is Madison Johnson. I am in the 9th grade. I am in Mrs. Logan’s biology class. I am doing my project on “The Magic Floating Egg”. Eggs sink in normal tap water and I am testing whether or not changing the density of water will make the egg float. I was looking at projects on sciencebuddies.org and I saw that multiple people had done this. I am trying to prove that when you add...

    Density, Egg, Float 1141  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Experiment

    Experiments in physics lab report Department of Electrical Engineering Isabela State University Ilagan Campus, Calamagui 2nd, City of Ilagan, Isabela baccaljoemel@yahoo.com Submitted to: Engr. Rafael S. Ramos Physics12 Professor Submitted by: Joemel L. Baccal BSEE IIA Experiments in Physics Lab Report Joemel L. Baccal Department of Electrical Engineering Isabela State University - Ilagan Campus, Calamagui 2nd, City of Ilagan, Isabela baccaljoemel@yahoo.com Abstract In...

    Atom, Electric charge, Electricity 826  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Effect of Osmosis on The Mass of Eggs

    The Effect of Osmosis on The Mass of Eggs Victoria Vu Biology October 22, 2013 Introduction & Hypothesis The membrane of an egg is composed of keratin (a type of protein), which is semipermeable. This means only certain materials will be allowed to enter and exit through the egg’s membrane. The purpose of this experiment is study the process in which water molecules pass the egg membrane, osmosis. This experiment also gives insight on how other ‘semipermeable membranes’ work, like a...

    Chemistry, Chicken, Egg 538  Words | 4  Pages

  • Experiment 4 Lab Review

    Experiment #4 (10/31/14) Lab Review Objective To introduce the basic molecules of life and to test for their presence in different substances. Introduction Macromolecules are in all forms of life.  These organic compounds are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.  These are monomers and they link together into long chains that form polymers.  Different reagents can be used to find the presence of these macromolecules. Proteins are made of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and sometimes...

    Carbohydrate, Disaccharide, Fructose 637  Words | 2  Pages

  • Experiment 10

    Beers Law and Calorimetry Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to apply Beer’s Law by analyzing samples provided by Q laboratory to determine their absorbance and prepare a Beer’s law plot. Molarity of these samples was also calculated to determine concentration and percent error rate. Students also analyzed the concentration of blue dye #1 to determine the concentration of blue dye #1 in a commercial blue dye drink. Procedure: To drop solutions into the test tubes and then determine the Beer’s...

    Animorphs, Aximili-Esgarrouth-Isthill, Chemistry 448  Words | 2  Pages

  • Experiment 15 Qualitative Anion Tests

     Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to identify some commonly occurring anions & to study some of the reactions used for their identification. Materials: 1 Household Bleach, 2 mL 1 Distilled water 1 Toothpicks 2 Beaker, 50 mL, plastic 1 Cylinder-25-mL 1 Pencil, marking 1 Test Tube (5), 13 x 100 mm in Bubble Bag 1 Well-Plate-24 1 Ammonium Molybdate, 0.2 M - 2 mL in Pipet 1 Aqueous Ammonia, 6 M, NH4OH - 4 mL in Pipet 1 Barium Chloride, 0.3 M - 2 mL in Pipet 1 Hydrochloric Acid, 6 M - 8...

    Ammonia, Chloride, Chlorine 1372  Words | 5  Pages

  • Egg Lab Report

    Egg Lab Report Introduction: An egg is a model of a human because the egg has a cell membrane like humans do inside and outside of the body that let things pass through like water. We can use eggs to study the effect of changes in the external environment on the internal environment by having harsh environments like putting the egg in only alcohol and see what happens to the inside of the egg. Diffusion is the movement of a substance down its concentration gradient from a more to a less concentrated...

    Concentration, Diffusion, Egg 708  Words | 3  Pages

  • Naked Egg Drop Lab Report

    Victoria Pham Marshall Malino Ethan Waugh Naked Egg Drop lab May 21, 2013 The purpose of the lab was to create a contraption that prevents an egg from breaking when dropped from about 18 ft. We made net out of yarn and lined the bottom of the box with cotton to soften the impact of the egg. Though the contraption didn’t work very well since the egg broke the moment it landed. Though we managed to calculate the amount of Potential energy at the start and how much kinetic energy it had when it...

    Conservation of energy, Energy, Force 568  Words | 2  Pages

  • Scientific Experiment

    Environmental Science The Scientific Method Amber Steadham October 31, 2012 Abstract: We conducted several experiments using the Scientific Method. We made observations, recorded them and used our observations to propose a hypothesis. The experiments included chemical and physical reactions dealing with torn news paper, appearance of rock salt crystals, the appearance of sand, oil and water on plastic, and making iodine in water and mineral oil. We found that all these included four physical...

    Chemical reaction, Chemistry, Hypothesis 914  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiment Plan

    Experiment Plan By: Ashley Project Question: What size of bouncy ball bounces the highest, small, medium, or large?   * I predict the following will happen (my hypothesis): I predict that the smallest ball will bounce the highest since it is the lightest. | * Independent Variable: I will be changing the ball size. * Dependent Variable: The height of the bounce. * Controlled Variable: The height that I will drop the balls at. | The materials and amounts of each that is...

    Balls, Bounce message, Experiment 1875  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Pains of Caring For An Egg

    Egg Baby” – What did I learn by caring for mine? This project gave me a sneak peak on what it’s going to be like as a parent, but not even close to the real thing. At first I thought this project was going to be a breeze, but once I got into it I was all wrong. Taking my egg, Lily, everywhere with me was a pain. I had to worry about her “baby seat” and make sure it was safe for her. Going through the crowded halls at school was quite difficult also. I had to make sure she was close by my...

    Learning, School, The Real 2056  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab 1 - Egg Osmosis and Diffusion

    Diffusion and Osmosis Experiment with a Shell-Less Egg After Three days of Testing Methods with Water and Corn Syrup Lisa July 1, 2013 Purpose To use the properties of diffusion and osmosis to see the effects of either corn syrup or water on a shell-less raw egg over a three day period. While looking to see the effects of these liquids on the raw egg, one can also apply the properties of hypotonic, hypertonic, and isotonic solutions. Introduction Cells have an outer covering called the cell...

    24-hour clock, Acetic acid, Chicken 1575  Words | 5  Pages

  • Helicopter Experiment

    Helicopter Experiment Prediction: As the mass on the helicopter’s copters increases, the speed taken for the rotors to spin down faster, this is because there will be more downward pull from gravity, as the terminal velocity for a paper helicopter is low. Variables: Independent variable will be the mass that we change throughout the experiment. The dependant variable will be the time that we measure for the helicopter to reach the floor. Finally the controlled variables include, the helicopter...

    Floppy disk, Force, Kilogram 573  Words | 3  Pages

  • Parachute Experiment

    Parachute experiment Aim: The aim was to find the effect of holes on a parachute, varying their size and number. Hypothesis: 1. By increasing the number of holes, the time it will take to the parachute to reach the ground will be longer and its flight will be more balanced. 2. By increasing the size of the hole on the parachute, the time it will take to the parachute to reach the ground will be shorter and its flight will be less balanced. Apparatus: - garbage bag (squared shape...

    Bin bag, Causality, Measurement 564  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egg Baby Project

    Egg Baby Project & Baby Think It Over Child Development Ms. Stump You are responsible for your egg baby and must take your baby everywhere you go, even to school! There will be a day care center in Room 225 for you to drop off/pick up your baby each day. Please read the requirements and consequences for not following them. This project lasts for four (4) days. You will be given class time to complete the project; you will also be responsible for caring for the baby outside of class...

    Babysitting, Childcare, Day care 2068  Words | 7  Pages

  • Egg lab homeostasis

    molecules of a solvent pass through a membrane from a less concentrated solution to a more concentrated one, thus equalizing the concentrations on each side of the menbrane. Osomosis will cause the changes in the eggs volume and mass depending on the amount of water is diffused in and out of the eggs. Homeostasis is achieved by diffusion, the specific type of diffusion is osomosis. Isotonic is defined by the situation where the amounts of water are equal between the internal environment and the external...

    Concentration, Drinkware, Egg 843  Words | 4  Pages

  • Egg in a bottle

    I’m going to explain the process of a science experiment from the Beginning to the end through the materials, procedure, results and conclusion. Firstly, we have to think of an experiment‘s topic which we are interested. After that, make more researches about it. In this case, the one I am interested is egg in a bottle. Secondly, we have to make a question or problem which we will try to answer at the end of the experiment. For this experiment, my question is what (will) happen when air ...

    Debut albums, Hypothesis, Observation 421  Words | 2  Pages

  • Osmosis and the Egg Lab Report

    Osmosis and the Egg Lab Report  By: N. Mullins  Date: January 20, 2011    Introduction  This lab was designed to explain the different things osmosis does. Osmosis is the  diffusion of water across a semi permeable membrane. Over three days we tested the egg  in three different solutions to observe the changes. On Day 1, the main question we  answered was what happened to the egg when it was placed in vinegar? Before doing this  I came to my hypothesis was that the vinegar would eat away at the shell and eventually ...

    Acid, Bacteria, Egg 1334  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egg Shell Literature

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