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Working Models on Chemistry for Class 12

 

Which of the Plant Material Used Would Make the Best Red Color on Fabric

The aim of my experiment is to determine which of the material used (cherry, tomato & beet) would make the best red color on fabric. It also attempts to find out would fabric type, afterbath, washing and sun have an effect on the color. The procedures for my experiment began by collecting the required plant materials. Then dye had to be prepared from them. After this four sets of three types of fabric was to be dyed with it.........>>>>Read More

 

Which Road Deicer Corrodes Steel the Most?

Aside from the cups that leaked, the low cost deicers (potassium chloride and sodium chloride) caused the most corrosion while the high cost deicer (potassium acetate) caused the least corrosion. This was consistent with my hypothesis. The leaked cups caused the most corrosion because of the higher oxygen exposure. A quantitative 250 sample corrosion experiment was conducted to discover which deicers corrode steel the most and least of the ........>>>>Read More

 

To Study the Effect of Metal Coupling on the Rate of Corrosions

Corrosion is the gradual destruction of material, usually metals, by chemical reaction with its environment. In the most common use of the word, this means electrochemical oxidation of metals in reaction with an oxidant such as oxygen. Rusting, the formation of ironoxides, is a well-known example of electrochemical corrosion. This type of damage typically produces oxide(s) or salt(s) of the........>>>>Read More

 

Variation of Conductance with Temperature in Electrolytes

To find the variation of conductance with temperature in electrolytes. Conductance: The property of ease of flow of electric current through a body is called conductance. Resistance: The obstacle offered to the flow of electric current is called resistance. Electrolysis: The operation in which electricity causes a chemical reaction is called electrolysis.Ohm's Law: This law states that the current flowing through a resistance is directly proportional to the potential difference applied across it's ends, at constant temperature and pressure.........>>>>Read More

 

To Compare The Rate Of Evaporisation Of Water

In this project we shall investigate the various factors that have already been discussed such as nature of the liquid, surface area of liquid & temperature and find their co relation with the rate of evaporation of different liquids. Each liquid surface has a specific heat of vaporization that means the quantity of heat energy required to change exactly one gram of liquid into its vapor at its boiling point.........>>>>Read More

 

To Compare The Rate Of Fermentation Of Given Samples Of Wheat Flour

Aim is To Compare The Rate Of Fermentation Of Given Samples Of Wheat Flour, Gram Flour, Rice Flour And Potato Juice. Wheat flour,gram flour,rice flour and potatoes contains starch as the major constituent. Starch present in these food materials is first brought into solution.in the presence of enzyme diastase,starch undergo fermentation to give maltose. Starch gives blue-violet colour ........>>>>Read More

 

To Study the Presence of Insecticides and Pesticides in Various Fruits and Vegetables

To Study the Presence of Insecticides and Pesticides in Various Fruits and Vegetables. In the past decade there has been a tremendous increase in the yields of various crops to meet the demand of overgrowing population, achieved by using pesticides and insecticides. These are chemicals that are sprayed over crop to protect it from pests. For example: DDT, BHC, zinc phosphide, Mercuric chloride, dinitrophenol, etc. ........>>>>Read More

 

Study of Diffusion of Solids in Liquids

When substances are brought in contact with each other they intermix, this property is known as Diffusion. This property of diffusion takes place very rapidly in case of gases and to a lesser extent in case of liquids, whereas solids do not show this process of diffusion with each other. But what we can observe in case of solids is that the diffusion of solids in liquids takes place at a very slow rate.........>>>>Read More

 

To Analyze a Sample of Brass Qualitatively

Aim is To Analyze a Sample of Brass Qualitatively. Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. Small amount of iron and lead are also present. This dissolves in 50%nitric acid and generates the ions of the constituting metals in solutions. Presence of these ions in the solution can be conformed by qualitative inorganic analysis scheme.........>>>>Read More

 

Water Concentration and Texture

To find the Water Concentration and Texture. The main objective for this activity is to study the effect of concentration, weight and temperature of solution towards its density. The activity was handled by preparing the solution first which are sugar palm solution, evaporated milk, ice cubes and tea water. The three layers of solution will formed then and the concept of water density is applied. Instead of attractive in the term of texture, this water also ........>>>>Read More

 

Which Grease Is Good for You?

This project focuses on proving that vegetable oil will degrade in quality when fried five times, and if the addition of Vitamin E(antioxidant) will help in retaining the oil's quality. Four types of vegetable oil -Extra Virgin olive, Extra Light Olive, Canola, and Extra Virgin Coconut, with and without Vitamin E were heated repeatedly in a 400ml glass beaker for five times at 178degC for 4 minutes and allowed to cool to 80degC before reheating.........>>>>Read More

 

Glucose Monitoring in Porous Silicon Photonic Crystals

Porous silicon as a sensor is useful in many applications throughout the real world, from monitoring toxins and chemicals in the environment to sensing proteins and hormones in the body that can indicate the onset of fatal heart attacks. One situation in which sensors are critical is diabetes, a disease in which the level of blood sugar, or glucose, is dangerously high.The purpose of this project is to determine a relationship........>>>>Read More

 

Fuel Go Boom

To measure the energy output during the combustion of biodiesel- petrodiesel fuel blends To determine which fuel/fuel blend will optimize energy output. The hypothesis of the experiment was correct. As the percentage of biodiesel increased in a biodiesel-petrodiesel fuel blend, the energy output increased in a somewhat proportional manner. This helps to demonstrate the feasibility of biodiesel as a mass-produced alternative fuel. In order to better model this relationship, a greater variety of fuel blends should have been used........>>>>Read More

 

Get More Hydrogen from Your Water

Electrolysis must have an electrolyte in order to work. But what factors affect an electrolyte's effectiveness? My hypothesis is that it is either the pH of the solution or the ion concentration. The following electrolytes were used: sodium chloride, potassium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, sodium hydroxide, hydrogen peroxide, and isopropyl alcohol. During each trial, I measured the pH of the solution, the temperature of the water, and the mL of gas produced in 5 minutes with a 9-volt charge. ........>>>>Read More

 

To Prepare a Smoke Bomb

A smoke bomb is a firework designed to produce smoke upon ignition. Smoke bombs are useful to military units, self-defense and pranks.The smoke bomb was first created in 1848, by the inventor Robert Yale. He developed 17th century Chinese-style fireworks and later modified the formula to produce more smoke for a longer period of time. Coloured smoke devices use a formula that consists of an oxidizer (typically potassium chlorate, KClO3), a fuel (generally sugar), a moderant (such as sodium bicarbonate) to keep the reaction ........>>>>Read More

 

Study of Content of Ascorbic Acid in Citrus Fruits

Vitamin C or ascorbic acid in citrus fruits is a water soluble carbohydrate like substance involved in certain metabolic processes of animals. Although most of the animals can synthesise vitamin C, it is necessary in the diet of some including men and other primates. In order to prevent scurvy, disease characterized by haemorrhage especially in skin and mucous membranes Vitamin C was identified as a curative agent for survey in 1928.........>>>>Read More

 

To Check The Ions Present In The Toothpaste And Determine The Quality

Every toothpaste contains the following ingredients: binders, abrasives, subsers, humectants, flavours, sweeteners, fluorides, tooth whiteners, a preservative and water. Binders thicken toothpaste- they prevent separation of the solid and liquid component, especially storage. They also effect the speed and volume of foam production, rate of flavor release and product dispersal, the appearance of toothpaste ribbon on the toothbrush.........>>>>Read More

 

To Study the Presence of Oxalate Ion In Guava Fruit

To Study The Presence Of Oxalate Ion Content In Guava Fruit At Different Stages Of Ripening. Oxalate ions are extracted from the fruit by boiling pulp with dil. H2SO4. Then oxalate ions are estimated volumetrically by the solution with standard KMnO4 solution. 100 ml of measuring flask, pestle and mortar, beaker, titration flask, funnel, burette, weight box, filter paper, dilute H2SO4, N\10 KMnO4 solution and guava fruits at different stages of ripening........>>>>Read More

 

 

 

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