Rate of Cooling Experiment
Ninth graders measure the insulation properties of different fabrics by immersing cans of water covered with fabric "socks" in an ice bath and measuring temperature changes. They then calculate heat loss and graph the data individually.
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New Review Analysis of the Effect of Saliva On Starch
The complete digestion of starch happens in the small intestine, but it begins with the first contact with saliva. Scholars investigate the presence and activity of amylase, an enzyme found in saliva, and which begins the hydrolyses of...
9th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Weather Fronts—Movement of Cold and Warm Air
On a hot summer day, in a two-story home with no air conditioning, the coolest place is in the basement and the warmest place is on the second floor. See how warm air rises and cool air sinks through a hands-on activity. Class...
9th - 12th Science CCSS: Designed