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 Science Projects With Chalk & Vinager?

Answer On the pH scale vinegar is described as acidic and chalk is a base. The pH (potential hydrogen) scale describes how acidic or alkaline a substance is, like temperature describes how hot or cold som... Read More »
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Do you pour the alcohol and vinager or just rub it with it?

Equal amounts of rubbing alcohol and vinegar: 1/2 tablespoon of alcohol and 1/2 tablespoon vinegar, mix together. Then using an eye dropper, drop 2 to 3 drops in the ear. Keep it's head tilted up... Read More »
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Science Projects With Sunscreen?

Conduct your own experiments to figure out the best sunscreen to protect you from the harmful UV rays. Sunscreens come in many different varieties, including different SPFs (sun protection factors... Read More »
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Science Projects with Reflections?

A reflection is something shown, sent or bent back, such as light or an image. Mirrors reflect the image of whatever stands or is placed in front of them. Mirrors help people fix their hair or make... Read More »
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Science Projects With Cats?

Cats make interesting and effective test subjects for school science projects. Since many people own cats as pets - or know others who do - students can easily access these furry test subjects. Mak... Read More »
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