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Copy of Investigatory Project

Investigatory Project Of Grade 9 - Lapu Lapu of DLSAU
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INTRODUCTION
School Supplies are very essential to everyone; we can use it in many aspects such as; Doing Reports, beautification of projects and a lot more. Particularly the students and teachers which are needy of those in their school works.
Statement of the Problem
Problem #1
Background of the Study
SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The importance of this project is to help the students & teachers in our society to acquire an affordable source of Whiteboard Marker Ink needed in their School works.
The group chose this project for the reason that it provides an alternative way to produce a Whiteboard Marker Ink. The group also wants to help students to acquire less expensive Whiteboard Marker Ink.
Investigatory Project by Group 2 of Grade 9 - Lapu - Lapu
The Feasibility of Charcoal and Used Engine Oil as Alternative Whiteboard Marker Ink
Marker is very important for any student or teacher regardless to which field they belong to, it is just as important as a pen or pencil is to any student or teacher. But to talk of their use it is not hidden that they are not only useful in education sector but is also much useful for peoples in Commercial and Art sector.
CHAPTER 3
Chapter 4
Results and Discussion
CHAPTER 5
Problem #2
The Feasibility of making Whiteboard marker ink out of Charcoal and Used Engine Oil.
Hypothesis
Is there an Important difference between the Whiteboard marker ink out of Charcoal and Used engine oil and the commercialize whiteboard marker ink
Hypothesis
ALTERNATIVE: There is an important difference between a commercial Whiteboard Marker Ink and a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and Used Engine.
To prove that there is an important difference between a commercial Whiteboard Marker Ink and a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and Used Engine.
OBJECTIVES
To produce less expensive whiteboard marker ink.
NULL: There is no important difference between a commercial Whiteboard Marker Ink and a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and Used Engine.
ALTERNATIVE: Charcoal and used Engine Oil can be effective as an alternative Whiteboard marker ink.
NULL: Charcoal and used Engine Oil cannot be effective as an alternative Whiteboard marker ink.
This study focuses to make a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and Used Engine. This project is concentrated to find out the important difference between a commercial Whiteboard Marker Ink and a Whiteboard Marker Ink out of Charcoal and Used Engine. The researchers will only have three trials to compare its findings. This study is only limited in making a Whiteboard Marker Ink not in any other markers.
CHAPTER 2
Review of Related Literature
WHITEBOARD INK
CHARCOAL
ENGINE OIL
MARKER
COOKING OIL
Methodology
Prepare the mentioned materials . Strictly follow the indicated equivalent measurements.
Third, filter the mixture using the rug or filter paper, into another cup to remove the Whole pieces of charcoal.
In getting the results, the researchers consider the following: Odor, Color, and Eraser test. The researchers had set ups A, B and C with different measurements of its components. The researchers used their products in a room with a temperature of 30°C, by sketching a shaded rectangle for each set up and the commercialize one for the eraser test. The color chart (from white to black) was used in getting the color of each set up for the intensity test.
Procedures:
Materials needed:
First, Pound the charcoal into its smallest pieces.
Second, mix the charcoal, used engine oil and cooking oil based on the given measurements per trial.
Fourth, put it in a Vial using the Stirring rod or Transfer the final product into the Whiteboard Cartridge. Lastly record and observe the results.
PRESENTATION OF DATAS
Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation
This investigatory is all about producing a Whiteboard marker ink out of Charcoal and Used Engine Oil. The group researched about the composition of the Charcoal and Used Engine Oil that can be used as a Whiteboard Marker Ink. The group’s problem is to find an important difference between commercial and alternative Whiteboard Marker Ink.
SUMMARY
Conclusion
THANK YOU
and
GOOD AFTERNOON
Recommendation
The researchers recommend using smaller amount of cooking oil.This way, the ink will avoid scattering in to the whiteboard. Others can also use other components which will make the ink last longer. The group would also recommend testing the odor to determine if its fragrant or not. Lastly, others should make this experiment earlier to identify how long it will take.
pH Indicators
Beakers
Mortar and Pestle
Stirring Rods
Graduated Cylinders
Medicine Droppers
Funnels
Beakers
50ml Charcoal
50ml Used Engine Oil
Cooking Oil
Commercialize Ink (PILOT)
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The group concludes that the important difference of Whiteboard marker ink out of Charcoal and Used Engine Oil and a commercialize Whiteboard marker is affordability since anybody can make his/her whiteboard ink out of the main components. The two does not share any similarities but more on Differences such as the color, intensity and erasing the ink in the whiteboard.
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ERASER TEST PROCEDURE:
Writing the figure for the Eraser test
Erasing of the figures
RESULTS for first swipe/trial
RESULTS for second swipe/trial
ALCOHOL TEST PROCEDURES:
Prepare the mixture in a flat surface
ERASER AND ALCOHOL TEST RESULTS
Putting the alcohol in to the mixtures
Erasing it using a rug
RESULTS
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