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Which Bubble Solution Makes the Most Durable Bubbles?

Science Fair Project

Andi Homan

on 11 December 2012

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Transcript of Which Bubble Solution Makes the Most Durable Bubbles?

By Andi Homan What Bubble Solution Makes the Most Durable Bubbles? The hypothesis states that the bubble mixture with corn syrup will last longer. Corn syrup is thicker and traps the layers of soap to allow the bubble to expand and last longer. Glycerin slows down the process of dehydrating the water in the bubble and allows it to grow bigger and last long. Sugar makes the water in the bubble slower to evaporate. Observations Jeremiah 2:22, "Although you wash yourself with soap and use an abundance of cleansing powder, the stain of your guilt is still before me,” declares the Sovereign Lord. that even people who try to wash themselves free of their sins, that they are still not clean in his eyes. Biblical Application Recipes 1.Make three bubble mixtures from the recipes found online.
2. Pour bubble mixtures into separate plastic containers. Put the lids on.
3. Time each bubble until it pops.
4. Record the times down on a piece of paper.
5. Find the average time of each test and then compare. Procedures The results show that the recipe with glycerin makes the longest lasting bubbles and the recipe with sugar make the least durable. There were a couple problems with this experiment and most of them were fixed. The hypothesis was shown to be wrong in this experiment and showed that the bubble recipe with glycerin lasts the longest and is the most durable. Results, Conclusion, and Discussion Hypothesis Materials: 1. four plastic containers with lids2. 1 bottle of Palmolive dishwashing detergent
3. 2 teaspoons of C&H sugar
4.3/4 cups Karo corn syrup
5. 4 tablespoons of CVS pharmacy glycerin
6. Amscan store-bought bubbles
7. 1 bubble wand
8. 12 1/2cups of water
9. measuring cup
10. measuring spoons
11. pen and paper
12. stop watch
13. camera Recipe 1
a. a.1/2 cup dishwashing soap
b.2 cups water
c.2 teaspoons sugar
Recipe 2
a.1/2 cup dishwashing soap
b.4 1/2 cup water
c.4 tablespoons glycerin
Recipe 3
a.2 cups dishwashing soap
b.6 cups water
c.3/4 cups corn syrup Data Table of Durability of Bubbles: Graph of Durability of Bubbles: Science Fair 2012 Acknowledgments Mrs. Tow aided in answering questions about the research paper. Mrs. Roberts aided in the technology portion of the project. Mr. Seyler answered any questions about the project. Mrs. Homan bought the materials needed for the project. Erin Homan helped with timing the bubbles. Science Fair Log Book Check

8-29-12 Presented a question/through experiment

9-12-12 Developed/hypothesis

9-26-12 Develop a fair test to develop hypothesis

10-10-12 Ran sufficient trials (3)

10-17-12 Research Paper/Mrs. Tow/Develop Biblical Application

10-24--12 Develop Data Table

10-31-12 Print/ Abstract, Biblical App., Citations,

Procedure, Research Paper

11-7-12 changed project

11-7-12 ran 3 tests for each solution

11-14-12 Rough Draft Due?

12-12-12 Virtual Science Presentations See hard copy
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