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4 Identifying Which Liquid Evaporates Faster
June 28, 2013
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THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD: IDENTIFYING WHICH LIQUID EVAPORATES FASTER

I. Objectives
To know the step-by-step procedure in conducting an experiment
To determine how the process of scientific method helps us to solve a certain problem
To identify which liquid evaporates faster.

II. Science Concept
Evaporation is the process whereby atoms or molecules in a liquid state gain sufficient energy to enter the gaseous state.
The rate of evaporation is dependent upon temperature, humidity, and wind speed. The higher the temperature is the quicker the rate of evaporation. In areas of low humidity, evaporation occurs at a more rapid pace. Finally, the higher the speed of wind the quick the evaporation process will be.

The scientific method is a set of procedures that simply refers a way of solving problems which scientist follow because it is systematic or logically sound.

III. Schematic Procedures

IV. Results and Discussion

Problem: Identifying which liquid evaporates faster
Hypothesis: Acetone evaporates faster than kerosene, water and alcohol.
Conduct an Experiment:
Get .3 mL of each liquid
Observe it for 3 minutes until it evaporates
Gathering Data: Kerosene = 2 minutes and 3 seconds Water = 3 minutes and above Acetone = 1 minute and 22 seconds Alcohol = 1 minute and 52 seconds
Conclusion:
Acetone is evaporates faster than the other liquids such as alcohol, kerosene and

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