Conditions of Use
Jonna and I did an experiment on polyacrylate crystals. We wanted to see if they would grow in several different liquids. We tested to see if they would grow in H2O, H2O with salt, H2O with yeast, carbonated water and orange juice.
A- Ask a question. What liquid would produce the best reults for the polyacrylate crystals.
E- Evidence. WHen we measured the Crystals some were bigger than others proving that not all liquids produce the same results.
I- Inaccuracy. Some of the Polyacrylate crystals cracked making it somewhat harder to measure their size. Also our first experiment was accidently knocked over by someone to remain unnamed.
O- Observations. We saw that the Polyacrylate crystals grew better in sugar water and carbonated water. While they still produced results in yeast water and orange juice they still only grew a bit.
U- Understanding. We understnad that orbees are not living, and that even though they are not living they still need the proper enviorment to be at its optimum best.
Y- Why? I wonder if the amount of light affected the size of the orbees. I also wonder if the tempature affected how big the orbees got.
Article posted November 10, 2011 at 12:25 PM •
comment • Reads 1398
Return to Blog List
Add a Comment