Glue Investigatory Project Example Essays and Term Papers

  • Home Made Glue Investigatory Project

    Investigatory Project Pass to: Mr. Ariel J. Ramos Homemade Glue Submitted By: Arth Steven Abrencia & Guenevere Tan & Nishel Gayle Dulalia II. Abstract: To Prove that we can made glue by ourselves even if...

      486 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Example of an Investigatory Project

    Study Pest is an organism that is damaging to livestock, crops, humans, and land. Because of this, the researchers came up of having this investigatory project wherein they will conduct study and experiments to control pests with the use of garlic (Allium sativum) and black pepper (Piper nigrum linn)...

      2430 Words | 10 Pages   Analysis of variance, Whitefly, Pesticide, Garlic

  • Investigatory Project

    CHAPTER IV PRESENTATION OF FINDINGS, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION This chapter presents the data relative to the problem of the study and their analysis and interpretations. The responses to the questionnaires were collated, tallied and evaluated for the said presentation, analysis and interpretation...

      1336 Words | 10 Pages   Questionnaire

  • Investigatory Project

    liquids like liquid detergent, mildew removers, insecticides and many other harmful chemicals; that is the reason why we decided to focus this investigatory project on creating an eco- friendly cleaning solution. The problem of the modern world is that we have created far too much hazardous chemical since...

      2003 Words | 8 Pages   Solution, Hydrofluoric acid, Hydrogen fluoride, Ammonia

  • Investigatory Project

    Chapter II: Review of Literature and Conceptual Framework Review of Literature: Garlic is commonly used in culinary and medicine. It grows up to 0.5 m (2ft) in height. Garlic helps prevent heart disease including atherosclerosis, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure and cancer. Garlic...

      549 Words | 2 Pages   Garlic, Allicin, Chemical substance, Insect repellent

  • Investigatory Project

    The procedure to make the sealant will involve the use of contact cement to dissolve the styrofoam. Statement of the problem This project will try to determine the most suitable concentration to make a durable sealant. Specifically this study will answer the following question: ...

      2064 Words | 11 Pages   Polystyrene, Waterproofing, Evaporation, Varnish

  • investigatory project

    Introduction Banana is very much common in our country. It is one of the oldest cultivated plants and is grown in at least 107 countries. Musa acuminata or musa balbisiana or commonly known as banana is highly recommended by doctors for patients whose potassium is low. Toothpaste...

      312 Words | 1 Pages   Tooth bleaching, Toothpaste, Oral hygiene, Dentifrice

  • Investigatory Project

    TLE Electron The electron (symbol: e−) is a subatomic particle with a negative elementary electric charge. An electron has no known components or substructure. It is generally thought to be an elementary particle.[2] An electron has a mass that is approximately 1/1836 that of the proton. The...

      1762 Words | 6 Pages   Electric current, Electron, Ohm's law, Electricity

  • Investigatory Project

    to Global Warming. Digging more deeply, heat occurs not only in our body but also to the things around us. For example, a spoon left in a hot soup can be found too hot. Considering this example, have you thought what triggers heat to do such? The reason behind this is heat transfer. This topic caught the...

      669 Words | 4 Pages  

  • investigatory project

    minutes to make the glue, about 15 minutes for it to dry (when applied) Step-By-Step Procedure 1. Mix one cup of flour with one-half a cup of water together in the jar. Use the spoon to make sure the mixture is stirred well. This will become your glue. 2. Use your glue mixture to glue the newspaper into...

      843 Words | 7 Pages   Environmental science

  • Investigatory Project

    Chili and Kamias as Mosquito Killer Abstract: Review of related literature: In the past chili was used only as spices because of its taste. Later on, it was discovered as a good mosquito killer because of its pesticidal property. While kamias (ginger lily) was also used in food spices before...

      261 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Investigatory Project

    NEWSPAPERS ON THE HARDNESS OF THE FLOWER VASE. AISSA SHIRINE C. QUEZON SHEALLA EALLAINE N. VILLASIS A Science & Technology 1 Investigative Project Report February 28, 2012 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Paper Mache originally, papier mache, means chewed paper. Despite...

      5409 Words | 14 Pages   Experiment, Adhesive

  • Investigatory Project

    16 B. Curriculum Vitae …………………………………………………... 17 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The path towards the completion of this investigatory project was a long and exhausting one. It had a multitude of trials and failures but with the support and determination, the study became a successful...

      3691 Words | 24 Pages   Analysis of variance, P-value, Flour, Gluten

  • INVESTIGATORY PROJECT

    as fluoride or xylitol to help prevent tooth and gum disease (gingivitis). -- STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM -- The problem that connects in this project is “What will be the effect if the skin of the banana will be used as an alternative for toothpaste.” The answer or hypothesis in the said problem...

      326 Words | 1 Pages   Oral hygiene, Dentifrice, Toothpaste, Human tooth

  • Investigatory Project

    vinegar out of fruits is easy. You can make it from anything that contains sugar or starch. Fruit juices, fruit peels, or grains are just some of the examples, but it would be better to stay away from the bottled ones because they add chemicals to keep the juice from turning to vinegar. Vinegar out of fruits...

      913 Words | 3 Pages   Vinegar, Cider, Food preservation

  • Investigatory Projects

    Abstract: As can be observed, the uses of the pandan tree are not limited to cooking uses. Its leaves and roots are found to have medicinal benefits. Such parts of the plant have been found to have essential oils, tannin, alkaloids and glycosides, which are the reasons for the effective treatment...

      500 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Investigatory Projects

    Philosophical Analysis 1. Clarificatory Probe: 2.1 Are there vague or ambiguous terms that need to be defined and or clarified? “Vague or Ambiguous Terms” * In dealing with the situation given, I had come up that there are terms or words that are not clear or too obscure on...

      1556 Words | 5 Pages   Consequentialism, Morality

  • Investigatory Project

    The decision to ban holding masses in the Philippine Center may very well be a blessing in disguise. The Archdiocese of New York ordered the Filipino community to stop celebrating the traditional Simbang Gabi sa Konsulado (Dawn Mass at the consulate), which was held at the Philippine Center – every...

      2602 Words | 7 Pages   Holy Week, Liturgical year, Lent, Great Lent

  • Investigatory Project

    engines  34. Insulation-best materials, thickness  [Exp] 35. How is paint affected by temperature changes?- Elasticity of rubber; effect of glue. (See projects 110, 111 and 112 in this list) 36. Use of solar energy- design and construct solar cookers, solar panels, etc.  [Exp] 37. Designing a strong...

      3216 Words | 10 Pages   Snow, Compact fluorescent lamp, Soil, Rain

  • Investigatory Project

    Momordica Charantia, kingdom of plantae, and a family of cucurbitaceae. Momordica Charantia is a remarkable health food and is often called bitter melon/gourd/squash, ampalaya. It is also a good source of vitamins A,B and C, iron folic acid, phosphorous and calcium; also rich in antioxidants that protects...

      304 Words | 1 Pages   Pineapple, Bromelain

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