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"Compare Sports Drinks with the Electrolyte Challenge": in this chemistry project, students use a simple circuit and a homemade sensor to investigate the electrolytes in various sports drinks and juices. Source: Science Buddies,


Dissolving, Expanding And Bouncing Egg Science Experiment

Dissolving egg shells should be on every child’s to do list. In fact it should be on every parents to do list if you haven’t done it yet! It’s a great visual and tactile experiment to do at home and there are quite a few things that you can talk about with … Continue reading →


Even as water absorbs heat energy, it's temperature may change only a small amount. In the "Put Some Energy Into It! Use a Calorimeter to Measure the Heat Capacity of Water" #science project, students experiment with an electric calorimeter to explore the conversion of electrical energy into thermal energy. [Source: Science Buddies,] #STEM #scienceproject #chemistry


Have you ever wondered if a sports drink has more electrolytes than orange juice? Find out in the "Electrolyte Challenge: Orange Juice vs. Sports Drink" chemistry science project. A project kit is available to do this science project! [Source: Science Buddies]

Shake It Up! - Which Soft Drink Spews The Most When Shaken?