easy science fair projects to do on short notice by ...

by:CAI YI JIE     2019-10-13
Maybe you are too late and now you need the science fair project that you can complete quickly.Well, you\'re lucky, it\'s a fun and simple game that you can do in less than 24 hours!This experiment is about heat absorption.You\'ll try to figure out which color absorbs more heat than the others.
Which ice melts the most?2.
How do these colors affect the melting of ice cubes?3.This fact tells you what is the heat absorption of the color?4.Does dark color absorb more heat than light color?Do you know what the first thing you need to do is?Yes, you have to make your assumptions!While doing this experiment and looking at the ice cubes covered in different colors melt the most, what do you think your assumptions should be?OK, dark colors absorb more heat than light colors.
Make sure you write down the color of which ice you put on, because you have to calculate the percentage of weight for each ice later.7.8.9.Put it for 15 minutes if it\'s not too hot.The cubes will melt quickly if the weather is hot, and you have to check them faster.
Now you have to determine the percentage of weight per cube.That\'s what you do: you take the starting weight of the ice and subtract the ending weight of the ice from it.This quantity is divided by the starting weight multiplied by the percentage of hundred.
(Starting weight )-Can you think of anything else you can do for your monitor now?Yes, you have to make a chart to show the percentage difference in the melting of each ice block.Now you can come to the conclusion about the difference in heat absorbed by different colors.If you have more time to do the science exhibition project, you can do this experiment further by doing the same thing, but put the tray in the refrigerator or cover it with a carton, see if it has any effect on the results and explain why you think it will make a difference.
For example, what is the role of carton heat absorption in it?
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