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IN Creative ON 09 Sep, 2016
Science has numerous practical applications in everyday life which are not known by many of us. We have learnt many interesting things in our school life such as properties of the liquid, Reverse Illusion, Leidenfrost effect, etc. But how many of us actually bother to do something creative by applying these things in our daily life? Not many, actually.
Well, you'll be glad to know that you can conduct Science experiments using simple liquids at home itself. While these experiments are magical and creative, they can also be demonstrated at Science exhibition. You can help the kiddos in doing their Science experiments which are very easy and can be conducted using simple stuff. Have a look!
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You require honey, steel ball, and ball container for conducting this experiment. Place steel ball in the container and pour honey over it. Submerge the ball partially in liquid and close the container. Tilt the mattress and keep the ball over it. Enjoy playing with slow motion ball.
You require water, curved bottle, black marker, and paper for conducting this experiment. Fold the paper twice and draw square using marker on it. Fill the curved bottle with water. Keep paper in sunlight and place curved bottle over it. The paper will catch fire in sometime.
You need water, zipper bag, and 10 pencils for conducting this experiment. Fill zipper bag with water and make a hole using a pencil in it. Insert all the pencils and water wouldn't be drained at all. Simple and magnificent, isn't it?
You need a bottle, dish soap, vegetable oil, dark corn syrup, isopropyl alcohol, water and food coloring agent for conducting this experiment. You need to pile up all the liquids one by one in the bottle. Pour dark corn syrup and dish washing liquid. Then slightly tilt the bottle while pouring colored water in it. Pour vegetable oil and colored alcohol in tilted position of the bottle. Isn't it beautiful?
You need glass, glycerin, and bottle for conducting this experiment. Fill the bottle with glycerin thoroughly and keep it in the glass. Fill half of the glass with water and bottle will disappear in sometime.
You need cornstarch, speaker, plastic bag, and water for conducting this experiment. Take half-cup cornstarch in a bowl and add one-fourth cup water in it. Cover speaker with black polythene and pour liquid in it. Play music and enjoy the dance of liquid.
You need 2 glasses, food coloring agent, plastic card, hot, and cold water for conducting this experiment. Pour cold water in both the glasses. Add different food colors in both of them. Cover one of the glasses with plastic card and keep it in upside position on the other glass. Remove the plastic card and see the colors mixing with each other in the glasses. Repeat the same process with hot water and colors will not mix with each other. It's truly magical.
You need a pan, water, and hot stove for conducting this experiment. Keep the pan on the cold stove and pour water in it. You won't observe anything. Now keep the pan on medium flame and pour water in it. You'll see smoke emerging in the pan. Keep the pan on high flame and pour water in it. You'll observe fine bubbles that will rotate and dance at the edges of the pan.
You require paper, marker, glass, and water for conducting this experiment. Write anything on paper and keep it in the vicinity of the glass. Pour water into a glass and you'll see the mirror image of the word written on the paper. Likewise, you can see the mirror image of various designs on the paper.
You need 3 pipettes, 3 small glasses, wide glass, thin glass, food coloring agent, corn syrup, and 4 clips for conducting this experiment. Fill wide glass with corn syrup and food color. Then submerge thin glass inside it. Fix clips on all the sides of the glass. Add little amount of corn syrup and food color in small glasses. Then draw little liquid using pipettes from the glasses and pour a small amount of liquid of different colors in the wide glass. Now rotate the thin glass and all the colors will spread in it but you'll get same drops you released from a pipette at the beginning.
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