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Do Different Colored and Different Brand Crayons Melt At the

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Hunter Monroe

on 28 August 2014

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Transcript of Do Different Colored and Different Brand Crayons Melt At the

Results
The results were not at all what I had expected. I thought Crayola was going to melt faster out of Crayola and Up & Up. It went back and forth as far as which one melted faster.
Errors
Conclusion
Materials
A list of material that you'll need to conduct this experiment: two or more different brand of crayons, a baking pan, four pieces of paper, an oven, an oven mit, and a timer.
For my Science Fair Project I Decided To Melt Crayons
Not just melting crayons for fun but, for science. I decided to see if different brand/ different colored crayons melt faster or slower than another.
Do Different Colored and Different Brand Crayons Melt At the Same Temperature?
Hypothesis
My hypothesis was that the black Crayola crayon would melt fastest. Due to having less wax.
Procedure
Step 1. Preheat the oven to 275 degrees Fahrenheit. Step 2. Put the two different colored crayons on the piece of paper. Step 3. Put the paper on the baking sheet. Step 4. Bake the crayons. Step 5. Take them out.
This has been my Science Fair Report. All in all I enjoyed it 100%. It was unique in it's own way and it was fun.
Evidently I was supposed to have used the same colored crayons when I melted them.
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