Effect of Temperature on States of Matter
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Primary School - Grades K-3
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Which temperature will grow the largest and purest crystals when different impurities are added? [P]
Investigate whether heat is important for using silk ties to dye eggs. [E]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Temperature
Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Measure the effect of temperature on the rate of a chemical reaction. [E]
The effect of salt on the boiling temperature of water [P]
The Effect of Wind Speed, Air Humidity, and Air Temperature on Evaporation Rate of Water [P]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Temperature
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
How Temperature Will Affect the Elasticity of Nylon Stockings [E]
Determine how the temperature of a mixture of water and ammonium nitrate changes with the amount of ammonium nitrate dissolved in the water. [E]
Determine how the starting temperature affects crystal growth and heat generation in a supersaturated sodium acetate solution—the solution used in hand warmers. [E]
Use UV beads to study a chemical reaction to find out how temperature affects the rate at which UV beads lose their color. [E]
What affects crystal growing: water type, temperature, etc.? [E]
Does Heat Help Polyethylene Glycol Dissolve? [E]
Find the lowest melting temperature of a eutectic Pb-Sn alloy. [E]
Determine which commercially used travel mug would be the best insulator for a hot beverage for the longest time period. [E]
Does Heat Affect Crystal Growth? [E]
Determine if temperature has an effect on crystal growth [E] [P]
The Heat of Crystallization of Several Hydrated Salts [P]
Investigate the effect of temperature and substrate concentration on the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide into oxygen gas and water with two catalyst organic catalase and inorganic manganese dioxide (MnO2) and measure the rate of the reaction. [E]

Investigating Glass Behavior under Extreme Temperatures [E]
Use an electric calorimeter to measure the heat capacity of water and measure the conversion of electrical energy into thermal energy. [E]
What Is the Effect of Various Window Coverings on the Temperature of the Enclosed Area? [E]
Determine the effect of temperature on the elasticity of a rubber band [P]
How Does Temperature Affect a Rubber Band's Elasticity? [E]
Investigate the effect of temperature and substrate concentration on the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide into oxygen gas and water with two catalyst organic catalase and inorganic manganese dioxide (MnO2) and measure the rate of the reaction. [E]
The effect of salt on the boiling temperature of water [E]
The effect of temperature on the water solubility of alum, baking soda, Epsom salt, and salt [P]
Does adding salt to water lower its freezing point? [E] [E]
How does temperature affect the speed of molecules in water? [E]
Does adding sugar to water lower its freezing point? [E]
Does adding salt to water lower its freezing point? [E] [E]
The International Boiling Point Project [E]
Find out if adding various amounts of different solutes to water will increases its boiling point. [E]
How salt affects the boiling point of water? [E]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Temperature
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Investigate the property of surface tension of liquids and determine how it is affected by rising temperatures and detergent additives. [E] [E]
Magnetocaloric Behavior of Gadolinium at Room Temperatures [E]
Determine whether the type of water and its temperature affects the ability of a surfactant to reduce surface tension. [E]
Find the lowest melting temperature of a eutectic Pb-Sn alloy. [E]
Study the relationship between the voltage output of a tin-copper cell and the temperature of the two solutions. [E]
Determine whether temperature affects the salinity and pH level of ocean water. [E]
Temperature's effect on the Collision Rate Factor (Arrhenius Equation) [E]
The Effect of Temperature on the Affinity of Carbon Dioxide to Molecular Sieve 4A [E]
The effect of temperature on the corrosion of aluminum [E]
Examining Water Freezing Point Depression as a Function of Solute Ionization from a Thermodynamic Perspective [E]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Temperature
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