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Islab Lab Report Essay
ROLL 9
ISLOM JALOLOV
12/21/2011
LAB REPORT

ROLL 9
ISLOM JALOLOV
EGG LAB REPORT
PURPOSE: WHICH IS MORE PERMEABLE SALT WATER, VINEGAR, OR CORN SYRUP
APPARATUS: STRING, RULER, E-BALANCE, 250 ML BEAKERS, PEN
MATERIALS: EGG, WATER, SALTY WATER, CORN SYRUP, VINEGAR
INTRODUCTION: I AM DOING A LAB REPORT ABOUT EGGS, I’M USING SALTY WATER, VINEGAR, CORN SYRUP, AND I AM GOING TO TRY TO FIGURE OUT WHICH IS MORE PERMEABLE THAN ALL.
REALISTIC STATEMENT: YES MY RESULTS ARE REALISTIC
PROCEDURE:
STEP #1: COLLECT ALL THE SUPPLIES I NEED
STEP #2: HAVE A NOTEBOOK TO COPY THE DOWN THE RESULTS
STEP #3: FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS, THAT SHOWS HOW TO DO THE TESTING ON EGGS
STEP #4: OBSERVE WHAT I HAVE
CONCLUSION: THEREFORE ALLMOST ALL OF THEM ARE
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DATA TABLE 1From: vinegarTo: corn syrup | -Height increased from vinegar in 2 daysFrom: 16 cmNormal eggTo: 19cmAfter vinegar-But the egg deflated and diameter was UndeniableAfter corn syrup | -Width increased from vinegar in 2 daysFrom: 14.5cmTo: 17cm-Egg deflated in the corn syrup and diameter was Undeniable | 100.2gEgg smelled like vinegar till the end of the experiment118.6gCorn syrup did not change color | Before the project-58.4g Egg was still white, although, it’s crust was very smoothAfter vinegar egg was smooth and had liquid’s smellAfter vinegar-87.7gEgg deflated after corn syrupCorn syrup71.9g | 2From:VinegarTo: water | -Height increased from the vinegar that egg was in for 2 daysFrom: 16 cm Normal eggTo: 18cm After vinegar-After water egg’s height increased21cm After water | Mass of the vinegar:149.8gEgg was on topPlus the egg swelled the liquidMass of the water;98.2gEgg was in its biggest state | Mass of the vinegar:149.8gEgg was on topPlus the egg swelled the liquidMass of the water;98.2gEgg was in its biggest state | Mass of the eggMass after vinegarMass after waterEgg was seen throughIn white orange dots all over the egg …show more content…
3From: vinegarTo: salt-water | -Height increased from the vinegar that egg was in for 2 days From: 16.5 cmNormal egg heightTo: 20 cmAfter vinegar-And when the egg was in water for 1 day it decreased in height by 2 cm 18cm after water | -Width increased by 3.5 cmFrom: 14.5cmNormal eggTo: 18cm After vinegar-And when the egg was in water for 1 day it decreased in height by 2 cm(16cm) after salt water | Mass of the vinegar;108.7gEgg soak the liquidMass of the salt water:130.5gEgg soak the liquid | Mass of the egg: 51.9gMass after vinegar:61.4gEgg soak the liquid Mass after salt-water:81.9gSmelled like vinegar White colorGummy and very soft Very big in size

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