“THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A DALANDAN PEEL AS A CANDLE. SY 2014-2015” INTRODUCTION
Candles have been used for thousands of years and up until the early 1900s they were the single source for artificial light. Candles also have a rich tradition in religious services in many faiths through-out history. Today, the candle is no longer the single source of light but is used abundantly in religious services as well as in birthday celebrations, holidays, and home decorations. Our candle made from dalandan peels is homemade candle and everyone can make it easily. If you have an emergency, and need to light something you can’t see because of the darkness, but you’re out of candle, don’t have a cow because our candle made from dalandan peels will always be an alternative. You will not spend a large amount of money to have a candle because you will only use common kitchen materials to make our homemade dalandan peel candle. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
The purposes of the study are:
1. To determine the effectiveness of dalandan peel candle in terms of: 1.1 duration;
1.3 lights up even without a wax?
2. To identify the component of a dalandan that could serve as an alternative candle. 3. To find out what conclusion and recommendation can be proposed by the researchers to the use of a dalandan peel candle.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The main objective of this study is to determine the effectiveness of a dalandan peel candle.
Specifically, it seeks to answer the following questions:
1. What are the components of a dalandan that that could serve as an alternative candle? 2. To determine the effectiveness of a dalandan peel candle in terms of: 2.1 duration;
2.3 lights up even without a wax?;
3. Based on the study, what conclusion and recommendation can be proposed by the researchers to the use of a dalandan peel candle?
If a dalandan peel can probably be made as a candle and is middle stem can be used to represent as its wick.
Is there a significant effect in using the said product
Is there no significant effect in using the said product
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The study aims to produce alternative candle in orange peels, so the study is significant to the following: Students- they will benefit for they use candles to light something they can’t see in the dark and they can use it for other science projects. Parents- they can use it as decorations in their houses.
Community- they can use our candle if there is a brownout or blackout without worrying that they’ll need to clean a mess because of the dissolved wax. Researchers- it will serve as references to related researchers.
SCOPE AND DELIMITATION
This is tested for the possibility of the dalandan peels as candles.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
The following terms are defined operationally and conceptually as used in this study; Candle- a long, usually slender piece of tallow or wax with an embedded wick that is burned to give light. Wicks- a bundle or loose twist or braid of soft threads, or a woven strip or tube, as of cotton or asbestos, which in a candle, lamp, oil stove, cigarette lighter, or the like, serves to draw up the melted tallow or wax or the oil or other flammable liquid to be burned. Dalandan- a globose, reddish-yellow, bitter or sweet, edible citrus fruit. Scientific name: (Citrus aurantium). It had also been known by these scientific names in the past: Citrus vulgaris Risso, Citrus longispina Wester and Citrus sinensis Osbeck.
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