Science Project:

Do All Liquids Evaporate At The Same Rate?

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Materials:

  • Water
  • Orange juice
  • Alcohol
  • Nail polish remover
  • Four beakers with measures
  • Pen and paper for notes

Procedure

  1. Pour the same amount of liquid into each beaker. Note the amounts.
  2. Set the beakers in a dry location at room temperature.
  3. Monitor the levels of the liquids for 1 week and note any differences.

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Author: Jennifer Penn-Chiu
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