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Electric Circuit

My Science project in Grade 6 ^_^
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Vishnu Satish

on 7 June 2013

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Team 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c The science behind this experiment was the transformation of energy to electricity. Things to do Materials - Hypothesis - The bulb will light when connected to the energy in the battery. What have I learnt today? I learnt that for electricity to flow it has to have a continuous loop. Diagram Result When I connected the wires to the bulb light energy was produced!!! EUREKA!!! Conclusion How it happened - Electric Circuit Procedure -
Transformation of chemical energy into light energy. Aim 9-volt battery
6-volt bulb
2 insulated copper wires
wooden board (to mount your circuit on) 1. Mount the battery and the bulb on to the wooden board.
2. Strip about 2 inches of the both ends of the 2 wires.
3. Attach the two wires to the postive and negative terminals of the battery.
4. Attach the other two ends of the wires to the bulb. Buy eggs from Coles
Go to hardware shop
Make Pasta for Mum ^_^ What was the science behind the experiment? The battery which has chemical energy stored inside it (sulphuric acid) gets conducted through the copper in the wires and into the light bulb.
When the energy reaches the filament (metal coil) in the bulb it gets transformed into light energy.
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