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LABORATORY NOTEBOOK

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Contents CHEMISTRY Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Experiment 4 Experiment 5 BIOLOGY Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment PHYSICS Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment GEOLOGY Experiment Experi

Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6

Experiment 1 Take It Apart A printed circuit board and components Photo credit Warren GretzNREL

2 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6 Introduction Look inside an electronic device to see whats there. I. Think About It What kinds of materials do you think a cam

Introduction Experiment 1 Take It Apart 3 What kinds of materials do you think a television is made of Plastic Metal Other How is it put together What kinds of materials do you think a computer

4 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6 II. Experiment 1 Take It Apart Objective Date Hypothesis Materials an old digital camera, cell phone, radio, or other small

Introduction Experiment 1 Take It Apart 5 Using the appropriate tools and wearing rubber gloves, carefully disassemble the item. Take off the back or outer covering and observe the inside. Take ou

6 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6 Results Using the library or an internet resource, research how the item was made, where it was made, what it is made of, and

Introduction Experiment 1 Take It Apart 7 Usingthelibraryoraninternetresource,explorethescientificprocesses that were involved in making the item and explain in what ways chemistry, physics, biolo

8 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6 III. Conclusions Based on your observations, what conclusions can you draw from the results of your investigation V

Introduction Experiment 1 Take It Apart 9 IV. Why As we use a cell phone or snap a photo with a camera, we seldom think about the science behind the device we are using. But all technological devic

10 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6 The thin copper lines left on the surface of the PCB are called traces. The traces will be in the exact pattern of the mask tha

Introduction Experiment 1 Take It Apart 11 Ideas Results for Chemical Etching of Glass VVVVVVVV

Experiment 3 Making an AcidBase Indicator

Chemistry Experiment 3 Making an AcidBase Indicator 21 Introduction Make your own acidbase indicator and use it to test different solutions. I. Think About It What solutions do you think are acid

22 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6 Howwouldfindoutifasolutionisanacidorabase Do you think acids can be useful Harmful Why or why not Do you think scient

Chemistry Experiment 3 Making an AcidBase Indicator 23 II. Experiment 3 Making an AcidBase Indicator Date Objective CHEMISTRY Hypothesis Materials one head of red cabbage distilled water

24 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6 Cutthecoffeefiltersintosmallstripsabout2cm34inchwideand4cm 1 12 inches long. Make at least 20. Using the eyedropper, put seve

Chemistry Experiment 3 Making an AcidBase Indicator 25 Results pH Paper Sample Name of Solution Control Base Color of pH Paper Acid or Base CHEMISTRY Control Acid

26 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6 III. Conclusions What conclusions can you draw from your observations CHEMISTRY

Chemistry Experiment 3 Making an AcidBase Indicator 27 IV. Why In this experiment you made your own pH paper using red cabbage juice. Before pH meters were invented, pH paper was the most common wa

28 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 6 V. Just For Fun See whether different natural materials can be used as acidbase indicators. Crush the material you will be test

Chemistry Experiment 3 Making an AcidBase Indicator 29 Natural Material and Its Color Name of Solution Used Acid or Base Final Color Indicator CHEMISTRY

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