The newspaper will be ready when it is thoroughly saturated with water and is mushy to the touch. Add cornstarch and mix it carefully, this will serve as a binding agent. Then, grab a large handful of the mushy newspaper. Form it into a ball about the size of a golf ball or ping pong ball, squeezing out as much water as you can. Repeat until all the mushy newspaper is in ball form.
Controlled Variables: Size of wood samples, tempter of fire, method of ignition, shape of wood samples. B. Materials: Lighter (torch) Wood such as (poplar, oak, pine) Stopwatch Water Chiminea C. Procedure: Buy wood such as (poplar, oak, pine) cut into identical shape/size. Use the lighter (torch) to burn the wood in the chiminea and time how long it burns. Do the process 9 times (3 trials for each piece of wood.)
* Two paper pins/fasteners. * One used cotton reel. * One 5 volt battery. ------------------------------------------------- Method/Procedure: * Wind about 50 rounds of the insulated copper wire on the bolt and leave the two ends of wire free at each end. * Make small holes at the ends of each of the cardboard pieces and fix them inside the box with the help of paper fasteners.
Bring a hammer for the tent stakes that you need to nail to the ground. Step 3 Remove from the site of any debris like rocks and branches under and around your tent. If you want to really clean the place, sweep the ground to get rid of pine needles, leaves and other small debris. Step 4 To protect the bottom of your tent from punctures, moisture, and undue wear and tear, spread out a ground cloth where you are going to pitch your tent. Fold the edges of the ground cloth under the tent afterwards.
When I cleaned up I made sure I cleaned the surface area thoroughly and washed my hands. Conclusions and Observations: Table 1: Experiment Data | Grams | Percent of Mixture | Iron filings | 1.4g | 31.1 | Sand | 1.3g | 28.9 | Table Salt | 1.0g | 22.2 | Benzoic Acid | .8g | 17.8 | Total | 4.5g | 100 | A. My proposed procedure at the beginning of the experiment was a little different because I would have used the filter paper to get the sand out of the mixture. I did though propose to use the magnet to take out iron. B.
The pottery is can then be placed into a reduction chamber that has been prepared ahead of time. In preparing the reduction chamber a seal-able fireproof container is needed. A metal trash bin will do nicely. The trash bin needs to contain some sort of combustible material for the vessel to be placed into or over. Common materials are sawdust, newspaper and straw.
Preparing the materials, the first and very important step, in which all family members can share the work together, requires careful selection. Choose dong leaves that have a dark green color and a small stem. One washes and wipes dry the selected leaves. Another splits giang strings from giang trees and soaked in salty water so that these strings become soft and yielding. Select white, aromatic, and even grain glutinous rice, thoroughly soak in water within eight hours, and then drain off water.
We used a marker and label the labels on the first row Plant A Tr1, Plant B Tr1, Plant C Tr1, Plant D Tr 1, and Control 1. Then on the labels on the second row we labeled them Plant A Tr2, Plant B Tr2, Plant C Tr2, Plant D Tr2, and Control 2.Then we filled each pot with about three-fourths of soil and leveled them off so that each pot was had the same amount of soil and was balance throughout the pot. Then we watered the soil to prevent seepage of the soil. Then we separated the one hundred T. aestivum seeds into groups of ten. Then we made ten .5 inch deep holes located throughout the soil pot for each
The mini marshmallow burned very quickly, but did not burn all the way. The peanut burned for a long time, it become black, and the consistency was still somewhat dense, but crumbly. The potato chip burned for a long time and became ash-like. Note: the specific heat of water; Cp, is: 4.184 J/g0C, this can be represented using the table format here: 4.184 J g 0C Data Table: (6 points) Fill out the data table (below) for the experiment and submit with this form. Be sure to report the correct number of significant figures and unit for each measurement.
The first step in manufacturing my pencil holder was to gather the correct equipment for it. I needed: 4 x PVC plugs, 1 x 85mm PVC tube 55cm long, 1 x 55mm PVC 105mm long and 2 20mm PVC 105mm long and 1 40mm wide PVC 155 mm long split in half to form two separate sections inside the 85mm wide PVC. First I trimmed the 85mm pipe to a length slightly longer then the specified measurement using a hacksaw. Then I smoothed the edges of the pipe on the Lathe. For the plug I used PVC sheet machined in the Lathe after being approximately cut to 85mm on the Bandsaw.