By Robert Gardner
Learn approximately barometers, humidity, snowflakes, and extra with the nice climate technology experiments during this publication. Authors Robert Gardner and Salvatore Tocci consultant readers via their top climate technology experiments utilizing full-color illustrations. Many experiments contain principles for a student's technological know-how reasonable.
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The drops you see look just like raindrops falling at a steady speed through air. What is the shape of falling raindrops? ) waxed paper tape cardboard books or blocks You have probably watched raindrops falling into a pond or puddle. Each raindrop makes a ring of small waves that travel outward in circles. The centers of these circles mark the place where the drop struck the water. Watch a drop closely as it falls into water. You may be able to see a jet of water rise up above the point where the drop lands.
Leave the top of the can open and heat the can on the stove. Steam from the boiling water will drive air out of the can. Let the water boil for several minutes to be sure that most of the air is gone. Using oven mitts or pot holders to protect your hands, remove the can from the heat and place it on a thick piece of cardboard or a heatproof mat. Immediately seal the can with its screw-on cap or a rubber stopper. As the can cools, the steam will condense, leaving the can very nearly empty. Watch how the air outside the can, unopposed now by air that is normally inside, pushes inward on all sides of the can.
Rinse the can thoroughly to remove any flammable liquid that might remain. Pour a cup of water into the can. Leave the top of the can open and heat the can on the stove. Steam from the boiling water will drive air out of the can. Let the water boil for several minutes to be sure that most of the air is gone. Using oven mitts or pot holders to protect your hands, remove the can from the heat and place it on a thick piece of cardboard or a heatproof mat. Immediately seal the can with its screw-on cap or a rubber stopper.
Ace Your Weather Science Project by Robert Gardner