ALCOHOL WITH CHARCOAL AS SUBSTITUTE TO PENTEL PEN INK

Topics: Ink, Fountain pen, Ethanol Pages: 12 (2823 words) Published: April 26, 2014
ALCOHOL WITH CHARCOAL AS SUBSTITUTE TO
PENTEL PEN INK

An Investigatory Project Presented to
The Faculty of the High School Department
Surigao Education Center
Km. 2, Surigao City

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In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
For Science III

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by

Alutaya, Klaus Steven Kinkel G.
Guy-ab, Jayford
Jumandos, Julie Ann
Cabuyaon, Laica
Chua, Joshua Jordan
. Roma, Jaypaul

March 2013
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Whatever the researchers achieve in life, they are certainly the result of loving, affection, and caring people who have been through the years nurturing, realizing the dreams and aspiration. They are the people who have encouraged, bolster the self- confidence, and lift the spirit in times of confusion, helplessness, and vulnerability. They express kind words, extend a helping hand, lend ears, and believe the ability of the researcher as a person, and most of all as a student. They are indeed, the agent of the researcher’s unfolding. This research would not be possible without the kind assistance and untiring support of good friends who shade strength in making this study a reality. Thus, the researchers wish to express deep gratitude to the wonderful and uncountable blessings of the Lord, throughout the writing of this research. Thanking the Lord for the sound mind and health bestowed to the researchers.

Deepest gratitude to Miss Sharmaine teacher for her encouragement and guidance.
Mrs. Grace G. Alutaya for giving constructive and valuable suggestions in improving the write-ups and content of the research. The researchers parents for the unconditional love and unwavering support.

And to all the person who helped the researchers, a precious thanks and appreciations to all.

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ABSTRACT

The project aimed to consider ink as charcoal, advantages and disadvantages of using charcoal as ink, and the effectiveness of the finish product to the commercial ink available in the market. The study launched made use of the descriptive- experimental method. The research done needed the following materials to made the experiment successful. Some materials needed were just accessible in the kitchen. Few of materials needed were recycled. Some tools needed were bought to ensure proper measurement of the product tested. The data gathered for the study charcoal as substitute to pentel pen ink are presented,analyzed and interpreted in this chapter. The study was conducted in the home of the research leader , Purok- 8, Cayutan, Cagniog, Surigao City Based on the findings, the three liquids such as water, kerosene and gasoline are not the best choice to be experimented when it comes to let an unused pentel ink reusable again. The researchers therefore recommend to use alcohol as best way to reuse again the pentel pen.

APPROVAL SHEET

This Investigatory Project entitled
CHARCOAL AS SUBSTITUTE TO PENTEL PEN INK

prepared and submitted by Klaus Steven Kinkel G. Alutaya, Jayford Guy-ab, Julie Ann Jumandos, Joshua Jordan Chua, Jaypaul Roma has been examined and is recommended for approval and acceptance for ORAL EXAMINATION.

SHARMAINE GORGONIO
Adviser

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PANEL OF EXAMINERS

APPROVED by the committee on Oral Examination with the
Grade of ___ on January 2011

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Chairman

___________________ _________________ Member Member
ACCEPTED in partial fulfillment of the requirements for
SCIENCE III.

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References: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ink
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charcoal_(color) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charcoal_(typeface) http://www.emedicinehealth.com/activated_charcoal/article_em.htm
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