Experiment on the Effect of Heat on Magnetism


Aim: To show that the magnetic force changes with increase or decrease in temperature of the magnet. Materials Required: A medium sized magnet. Gem clips. Blow dryer. Refrigerator. Procedure: Bring the magnet close to the…

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Hanging Water Experiment


Aim: The aim of this project is to demonstrate the power of atmospheric pressure by a fun experiment. Materials required: 1)      A piece of paper 2)      Water 3)      An empty bottle Procedure: 1)      Fill the…

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The Floating Paper Clips Experiment


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to float a paper clip on water. Materials Required: A bowl of water Tissue paper of size 8cm x 8cm (or any similar size) A pencil…

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Heat Wave in a Jar


Heat waves also known as loo are common in summer. Heat can be generated from the suns rays. Heat can also be generated from electricity. In this experiment we can learn how to produce heat chemically….

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Make Homemade Geyser


Geysers are natural springs which have the property of discharging hot water and steam into the air intermittently. Have you wondered if you could have one of your own? This science fair project is about…

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Create Magnetic Circles


Aim: To conduct a simple experiment to demonstrate how a current carrying conductor generates a magnetic field. Materials required: A one foot long coat hanger wire (With any insulation scraped off). A wooden stand with…

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A Science Project on Diffraction


The process of bending of light when passing around an edge or through a slit is called diffraction. A demonstration of diffraction can be easily done by using a candle or small bright flashlight and…

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Spill Water- Simple Test on Cohesion


Aim: To observe the phenomenon of cohesion in liquids by a simple experiment using water. Materials required: Some water. A glass or cup. Some pins. Procedure: Fill the glass or cup to the brim with…

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Prove that Light Consists of Multiple Colors


In physics we learn that natural light is a combination of seven colours. This science fair project is to prove that theory by separating colors from light. Aim: Demonstrate that light consists of seven colours. Materials Required:…

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Make Lightning Using Static Electricity


This science fair project is about creating a small spark of electricity due to the action of static electricity. Lightning in its original form has a voltage of about 100000000V. Aim of the project: To…

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