Final Analysis Paper The egg experiment was a creative way to helping us learn more about the development of children. I really enjoyed this project. I was able to learn a lot and be creative all at once. My child was a girl and I named her Victoria Blake.
Conclusion: Compare Trial 1 and Trial 2. The Trial 1 change in mass are 12.5g, however Trial 2 changes in mass is 1.2g. The Trial 1 change in mass is more than Trial 2. And I think the Low of Conservation of Mass violated in the Trial 1 is can be exist. Because the Trial 1 actually the soda with vinegar have Chemical reactions occur and chemical
Therefore, the result might be different if there was more corn syrup. b) Dependent (Responding) - what is being measured? How much the mass of the egg (amount of water inside) increases or decreases after 24 hours of soaking in the liquids. The mass is depends on what happens after 24 hours with the distilled water/corn syrup.
The gummy bear's mass and volume will increase while the density of the gummy bear would decrease after it is put into water overnight. (#)This lab experimented to figure out wah changes would take to the gummy bear’s mass, volume, and density after sitting in a cup of water overnight. To do this the gummy bear's dimensions and weight was taken on the first day, along with its density and then the gummy bear was placed and water. When the gummy bear was taken out of the water on day two, the dimensions, weight, and density were taken again, and the difference between the two days was found. (#1)
The purpose of this experiment was to observe the relationship between different solutions and their effect on the mass and length of a gummy bear. Gummy bears with the same relative size and colour were placed in 50 mL beakers with the same amount of their designated liquid. The different solutions studied were water, oil, vinegar, a simple sugar solution, and rubbing alcohol. In the end, based on the observations made, the majority of the hypotheses created were not proven to be correct.
To find the mass percent of acetic acid in vinegar, the molar mass of acetic acid is 60.05 g/mole, and 1.00 g/mol of density, then 0.96 mol×(60.05 g/1 mol) = 57.65 g 57.65 g/1000= 0.0576 ×100 = 5.76% The average mass % of acetic acid in vinegar = 5.53% The average % of acetic acid was 5.53%, which is close to the acidity of the vinegar that was taken in the lab which was 5%, for the different percent we had it could be because of errors in calculations or errors in collecting data. 3.
Another five tea bags were soaked for fifteen seconds in beaker B and then removed. The same teabags were then placed into beaker C for two minutes. They were removed after the time elapsed. 4. The solutions were allowed to cool to room temperature using an ice bath.
A big divide of the long island culture is between West Egg and East Egg. East Egg is comprised of the families with money and have always had money. The people of East Egg tend to be more snobby, greedy, and in general just rude people. East Egg is full of people who are less-sophisticated, don’t try as hard, and have less of a work-ethic as they haven’t had to work hard for their money. West Egg, on the other hand, is much more humble and the people stay true to their ethics and morals.
In this egg drop project, a container was built to house one egg and was then dropped at various heights. The purpose of this lab was to find how impact time affected the force with which an object, the egg container, hits another surface as the momentum moves to zero. Our hypothesis states that if the impact time is stretched longer then the force exerted on the egg would decrease, making the egg less likely to break. The independent variables for the egg drop project was the height at each drop; the dependent variables were impact time and survival of the egg. The controls were mass, design of the container, and the egg.
Also, the pictures above show how the egg changed from being tight and solid to being flexible. The observations also say that the egg felt like a water balloon and was full of water inside. Overall, the egg greatly shrunk in size. Finally, when the egg was placed in corn syrup, it floated on the surface of the solution. This was because the egg floated in solutions hypertonic to its inside.
The mass of vinegar used during the experiment was 4.108 grams. It was determined that there were .003129 moles of CH3COOH in the vinegar sample. Using this information and the molar mass of CH3COOH, which was 60.05 g/mol, the mass of acetic acid in the vinegar was calculated: 4.Vinegar is a 5% aqueous solution of acetic acid. Since the mass of acetic acid within the vinegar was calculated as .18789 g in step 3, the percent of CH3COOH was calculated using the following equation: To calculate the percent error, the experimental value of 4.5% acetic acid in vinegar was subtracted by the theoretical value of 5% and divided by 5% to yield a percent error of 8.54%. The following is a copy of the calculations done using decimals: 5.The equivalence point of the titration curve measured in step 1 was 25.25 mL of NaOH.
Therefore, this experimentation indicated that the sucrose molecules cannot diffuse from the concentration of the dilute solution, while on the other hand the water molecules diffuse from the dilute solution to the concentrated one. Hypothesis: If the (independent variable) sucrose of the dilute solution is
Think of it like this, adding salt to the water makes it like an ocean which is easier to float and swim in than just normal/ distilled water. This is because salt makes water denser. When salt water gets denser, the easier it would be for objects to float on it. My hypothesis was correct. The water did go inside the egg, but the ones with least salt increased the most, unless the egg was the smallest and it had enough space to take in a lot of extra water.
Then the balloon is lifted up so that the baking soda runs into bottle to react with the vinegar inside. Immediately the balloon is inflated by the carbon dioxide formed. The baking soda is kept constant when the experiment is repeated for another different amount of vinegar. Results/Findings When sodium bicarbonate and vinegar mix,