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Science Fair Project
Transcript of Science Fair Project
the fastest of the following: Sprite, water, vinegar,
orange juice, and milk. Each liquid was kept at room temp-
erature and measured every 2 hours. I was interested in
this project because I thought it would be interesting
to observe the changes in the liquids. Question & Hypothesis Question: Do all liquids evaporate at the same rate?
Hypothesis: If I set out 5 liquids (Sprite, water,
vinegar, milk, and orange juice), then Sprite will
evaporate the fastest. Materials >Milk >5 cups
>Orange juice >Data table
>vinegar >Measuring cup
>Timer/Stopwatch Procedure 1)Create your data table.
2)Set out the 5 cups.
3)Pour 1 cup of each of the liquids into the 5 cups.
4)Set your timer for 2 hours.
5)Once the timer goes off, measure all 5 cups and
write down any changes.
6)Repeat steps 4 and 5 until each of
the liquids have evaporated. Data Analysis Conclusion & Future Projects I reject my hypothesis because Sprite did not
evaporate the fastest, orange juice did. Orange
juice evaporated the fastest because the water
evaporated leaving the pulp behind.
1)Does water evaporate faster than orange
2)Which liquid evaporates faster Sprite
or orange juice? Evidence: