Candle Reaction Conclusion

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Submitted By: (9-OBB) Harlyn Jade Seton Jhulianne Cyril Palma Marjorie Ann Taylan John Michael Peronce Submitted to: Ms. Dinglasan Task: (Research Report) 1.) Identification ~ observation ~ experience ~ literature ~ media/news 2.) Background Research 3.) Formulate your research problem Formulate your hypothesis Experimentation 1. Product 2. Design 4.) Data tabulation 5.) Graphic Presentation of data 6.) Data Analysis 7.) Conclusion 8.) Application/ Significance 9.) Relate Introduction (news) I. Background Research Death due to suffocation in case of fire I one of the problems people is facing now. Multitude numbers of cases have been reported to this such case. In the United States in 1993, 360 children…show more content…
All the light a candle makes comes from a chemical reaction known as combustion in which the wax (made from carbon-based chemicals typically derived from petroleum) reacts with oxygen in the air to make a colorless gas called carbon dioxide. Since the wax never burns perfectly cleanly, there's also a little smoke produced. The smoke is an aerosol (tiny particles of solid, unburned carbon from the wax mixed in with the steam) and it often leaves a black, carbon deposit on nearby walls or the ceiling above where the candle's burning. The steam is made in the blue part of a candle flame, where the wax burns cleanly with lots of oxygen; the smoke is made in the bright, yellow part of the flame, where there isn't enough oxygen for perfect combustion to take place. Oxygen is pulled in at the bottom, fuel is drawn up the wick, and heat is given off at the top where the hot air…show more content…
Research Problem 1. How the lack of oxygen does affects the flame to light out? 2. What is the effect of the increase of height of the candle to the time it light out? III. Hypothesis 1. If there’s a lack of oxygen then the flame will light out. 2. If the candle is increasing then the time of flame to light out is decreasing. Experimentation (Design, Product) Design Procedure: 1. Prepare the materials needed A. 3 candles wit different length B. Match C. Jar D. Stopwatch 2. Lighten the small candle with the use of the match. 3. Put the candle inside the jar. 4. Wait until the fire is gone and use your stopwatch to measure the time the fire would be gone 5. Repeat the whole procedure. Small candle should be followed by the medium and large candle 6. Clean your jar every after doing the procedure IV. Data Tabulation V. Graphic Presentation VI. Data Analysis VII.

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