References for the Final Project
The books listed below are on reserve in the Library and may be helpful in getting ideas for your project:
Everyday Objects, by Goldstein-Jackson, Rudnick, Hyman.
Science Magic, by McGill.
200 Illustrated Science Experiments for Children, by R. J. Brown.
333 Science Tricks and Experiments, by R. J. Brown
333 More Science Tricks and Experiments, by R. J. Brown.
Chemistry for Every Kid, by Van Cleve.
How Scientists Find Out, by Schneider.
Science Projects for Young People, by Barr.
TOPS, Tested Overhead Projection Series, by Alyea.
Chemical Activities, Teacher Edition, by Borgford and Summerlin.
Some Titles and Topics of Past Student Projects:
EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON CRYSTAL FORMATION
THE EFFECT OF ACIDS ON CALCIUM CARBONATE
ISOLATING MILK PROTEIN
THE HEIGHT OF SOAP BUBBLES AS AN INDICATOR OF WATER HARDNESS
THE EFFECTS OF AGING, HEAT AND LIGHT ON THE VITAMIN C CONTENT OF FRUIT JUICES
THE EFFECT OF CROSS-LINKING ON THE RATE OF EVAPORATION OF WATER
USE OF CABBAGE PAPER AS A pH INDICATOR
EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON RATE OF REACTION OF SODIUM BICARBONATE AND VINEGAR
PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY OF PLANT PIGMENTS
THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS COATINGS ON RUST PREVENTION
DO ALL LIQUIDS EVAPORATE AT THE SAME RATE?
EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON