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  • Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    The Toxicity Threshold of Bleach Concentrations on Wheat Growth [P]
    Investigate natural poisons and venoms related to plants and animals. [P]
    Everything about arsenic [P]
    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Investigating Compliance to Lead Standards for Retail Jewelry [E]
    Comparative Studies of Gold Nanoparticles as Chemical Sensing Materials and Toxins: Electronic Tongue vs. Electronic Nose [E]
    Test different types of metal cooking pots to determine which one would leach the most amounts of metals when boiled in a 25% citric acid solution for 30 minutes. [E]
    Determination of Bisphenol A (BPA) in Consumer Products in the Ottawa Region [P] [P]
    Measure the concentration of arsenic in the local waters of Pasadena (waterfalls, drinking fountains, tap water) and see whether the amounts were within safe limits according to the Environmental Protection Agency's allowed amount of 10 parts per billion. [E]
    The Toxic Effects of Yellow Dye #5 on Mice [E]
    Determined whether the FDA and ASPEN toxic levels of aluminum are being met by manufacturers. [E]
    Investigate if children's jewelry sold at popular stores is containing potentially harmful levels of lead. [E]
    Gastric Acid Reactions with Copper vs. Zinc-Based Coins: A Serious New Health Hazard [E]
    Determine the presence of lead in Mexican and American candies [E]
    Determining the Toxicity Level of Aromatic Substances [E]
    The removal of toxic chemicals from contaminated filter materials [E]
    Can the toxicity of chemicals be shown by how much they reduce bioluminescence of bacteria?
    Comparing Different Soil Types in Transporting Toxic Chemicals [E]
    High School - Grades 10-12
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Determine if solid lead from a hunter's bullets can be absorbed by condor digestive fluids. [E]
    Evaluate the chemicals in chopsticks and their health effects after a prolonged use. [P]
    Investigate the Toxicity of Silver Amalgam Fillings [P]
    Determination of Cyanide Content in Philippine Cassava [E]
    An Innovative Method to Reduce VAT Dyes Electrolytically by Avoiding Toxic Sodium Hydrosulfite [E]
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