Grade 6 Science Projects
Below I have listed 5 complete simple Grade 6 Science Fair Projects that you can buy in a bundle for only $1.00 :-) That's right, here they are, all 5 complete grade 6 Science Fair Projects for only $1.00!
- Chemistry 1 - What Happens To Chlorine During Water Filtration? The purpose of this science fair project is to determine if chlorine exists in our local rivers and lakes. Why would chlorine be in local rivers and lakes? Chlorine is a chemical substance used to purify water. Chlorine is also used to purify wastewater from water sewage treatment plants.
- Chemistry 2 - The Chemistry Tug-Of-War In Your Stomach The purpose of this science fair project is to explore the acids and bases that play a tug-of-war in your stomach. Your stomach contains strong acids that help you digest food. These stomach acids are so powerful that they could eat a hole through a piece of wood. Therefore, your stomach produces bases to even out the acids. Your stomach produces a basic solution which is known as bicarbonate.
- Chemistry 3 - Why Does An Apple Turn Brown? The purpose of this science fair project is to explore enzymes and how they affect the coloration of various fruits and vegetables. Enzymes are proteins that act as a catalyst to speed up chemical reactions. Enzymes are present in a variety of situations from digestion in your body to turning a sliced apple brown. Enzymes are necessary because without enzymes it would take a significant amount of time to digest foods, etc.
- Chemistry 4 - Road Salt - Is It The Fastest Way To Melt Icy Roads? The purpose of this science fair project is to explore the effect of road salt placed on snowy and icy roads. The freezing point for water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit. At this temperature water freezes into ice. Road salt is placed on snowy and icy roads because the salt causes the ice and snow to melt. The chemistry behind this reaction is that salt lowers the melting point or freezing point of water. The salt acts as foreign particles in the water to help the melting process.
- Chemistry 5 - Using The Saponification Process To Make Your Own Soap The purpose of this science fair project is to create your own soap through the saponification process. The formal definition of the word saponification is "A reaction in which an ester is heated with an alkali, such as sodium hydroxide, producing a free alcohol and an acid salt, especially alkaline hydrolysis of a fat or oil to make soap." In other words, you will use the highly alkaline chemical called lye and convert it into fats and fatty acids. This will yield soap.
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