Gold, Silver and Diamonds
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Chemistry
P=Project   E=Experiment
Investigating Compliance to Lead Standards for Retail Jewelry [E]
Comparative Studies of Gold Nanoparticles as Chemical Sensing Materials: Electronic Tongue vs. Electronic Nose [E]
Identify Gold - for Dummies [E]
Find out which metals will get affected by salt water: Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Nickel, Iron, Gold, and Steel? [P]
Which substance or method works better when polishing silver? [E]
Explore where diamonds are found, how they are formed, and what they are used for. [P]
Testing the Antibacterial Properties of Colloidal Silver [E]
Find out what will happen when we grow silver aggregates at different concentrations and potential difference. [E]
Investigate the Toxicity of Silver Amalgam Fillings [P]
Analysis of Water for Mercury using Light and Gold Nanorods Suspension [E]
Modeling the Toxic Effects of Silver Nanoparticles under Varying Environmental Conditions [E]
The Formation of Frosty Diamond Crystals in an Aqueous Solution of Aluminum Potassium Sulfate [E]
Medicine and Human Anatomy
The Utilization of Gold Nanoparticles for the Treatment of Malignant Prostate Cancer Cells [P] [P]
Which Bandage Inhibits Bacterial Growth Most Effectively: Curad Silver bandages or BandAid Antibiotic bandages? [E]
Will Colloidal Silver Work as an Antibacterial? [E]
What Makes Michael Phelps So Good? Do his body shape and flexibility give eight-gold-medal winner Phelps a competitive advantage? [E]
Electricity
Which Metal Produces the Highest Voltage: lead, zinc, copper, nickel, gold, steel, aluminum? [E]
Which material conducts electricity better: gold, copper, salt, volcanic rock, silver and nickel. [E]
Seebeck Effect: The Thermoelectrical Potential of Various Metal Couples [E]
Lead Solder Silver Replacement [E]
Environmental Sciences
Alternative Water Disinfection Methods: Diamond Electrodes in Water Electrolysis [E]
Cleaning Water of Bacteria Via Silver [E]
Effects of acid rain on gold and silver [E]
Physics
Comparing the Emissivity of Light for Different Colors [E]
Solar & Renewable Energy
Compare nickel and silver in their respective reactions (anodic and cathodic) to platinum standard to determine their economic viability in HEM fuel cells. [E]
Food Science
Find out if a silver dollar can keep un-refrigerated milk fresh longer by killing the bacteria which sours milk. [E]
Microbiology
Determine if the antimicrobial properties of metals are a good test for whether or not a piece of jewelry is made out of real gold. [E]
The Effect of Colloidal Silver Concentration on the Diameter of the Zone of Inhibition Produced on Escherichia coli [E]
Nanotechnology
Novel Approach for the Self-Assembly of Gold Nanorods [E]
Silver Nanoparticles [E]
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The California Gold Rush [P]
Gemstones [P]
Crystals and Gems [P]
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