Charcoal

Topics: Industrial Revolution, Cooking, Charcoal Pages: 3 (821 words) Published: November 21, 2014
Charcoal
ANGELICUM COLLEGE
Quezon City
An Investigatory Project:
Charcoal Leaves as an alternative for cooking
Presented to:
Ms. Rowelyn Molina
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Physics
Submitted by:
Christine Siatan
Edbal Cajilig
Laura Coronel
Tristan Yapchiongco
Japeth Mendoza
Ericka Dizon
Gabriel Cabacungan
Jetrix Jose
Abstract
Dried leaves are the main material in the project. The purpose of doing the project is to find an alternative if the ordinary is not available. And the researchers need to find a sufficient and a good alternative so people will not buy charcoal, instead they will do it on their house and cook their own food using this dried leaves charcoal. Flour, water and dried leaves are the main materials of the dried leaves charcoal. To make it: First, burn a three plastic bags of dried leaves until it turn into ashes. Then, put it on a container and put a half cup of water (depends o how many ashes). Put flour and mix it carefully after that mold it to any shape and get the blower or put it on a hot surface. After it dries. The charcoal is now ready to be used. The researchers found out that dried leaves charcoal is a good alternative if the ordinary charcoal is not available. And both the charcoals produce same heat but don’t fire up at the same rate. But both of it can cook food, has the same color of fire and has any size. But you need many dried leaves charcoal to cook food Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
I. Background of the Study
II. Statement of the problem
III. Significance of the Study
IV. Scope and Limitations
Chapter 2: Related Literature
Chapter 3: Methodology
I. Materials Used
II. Procedures
Chapter 4: Results and Description
Chapter 5: Conclusion and Recommendation
I. Conclusion
II. Recommendation
Bibliography
Appendices
Chapter 1: Introduction
I. Background of the study
Charcoal is dark grey residue consisting of carbon, and any remaining ash, obtained by removing water and...
Continue Reading

Please join StudyMode to read the full document

You May Also Find These Documents Helpful

  • effectiveness of paper charcoal as fuel source
  • Ink out of charcoal Essay
  • Charcoal Briquette Essay
  • Introduction to Bamboo Charcoal Essay
  • Kingsford Charcoal Essay
  • charcoal soap Research Paper
  • Paper Charcoal
  • Charcoal Ink Essay

Become a StudyMode Member

Sign Up - It's Free