Separating Materials Using Static Electricity


Aim: The aim of this science experiment is to conduct a simple experiment to separate different materials in a mixture using static electricity. Materials required for the experiment: A plastic comb. A woolen cloth. A…

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Physics Project to Prove that Gases Have Volume


Gases are invisible, but they have volume. This means that the require space to be present and they have weight. The science fair project mentioned below is a simple experiment to prove that gases have…

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Angular Diameter of the Sun Science Project


Aim: To measure the diameter of the sun with the help of a simple experiment. Materials Required: 1.      One bottle with 2 liter capacity. 2.      A small mirror made of thermoplastic (less than 0.5cms *…

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Make an Electromagnet Using an Iron Nail


Aim: The aim of this science fair project is to make a simple electromagnet using iron nail. Materials Required: A long iron nail A copper wire of length 1 meter (lightly insulated) 1 or two…

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Colored Shadows Experiment


Shadows never leave our sides like our best friends. They are with us always even if they have only one color. Is anyone think of painting them into some exciting colours? Human beings have always…

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Egg in a Bottle Science Fair Project


Aim: The aim of this science project is to insert an egg into a glass bottle whose neck diameter is smaller than the egg, and thereby learn the effect of atmospheric pressure. Materials Required: Hard…

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Simple Science Project to Demonstrate the Effect of Inertia


What is inertia? According to Newton’s second law of motion inertia is the ability of a body to maintain its state of rest or of uniform motion without the application of an external force. The…

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Homemade Gyroscope Experiment with Bicycle Wheel


Aim: To demonstrate the principle of conservation of angular momentum using a homemade gyroscope mechanism. Materials required: A rotating chair or stool. A bicycle wheel. Two handles which can be attached using a bolt to…

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Magnetic Shielding Experiment


Aim: To show that magnetic materials are permeable while others are non-permeable. Materials Required: 1.      A magnetic rectangular bar. 2.      Two cardboard (5cms*7cms). 3.      Two pencils 4.      Five or six clips. 5.      Straw or ice…

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Crazy pendulum Experiment


Aim: To understand the chaotic motion of a pendulum under the influence of magnetism. Materials required: 7 ring magnets. A ring stand. Some chalk. String. Procedure: Arrange the magnets in pairs so that they stick…

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