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1 The Carbonation of Soda Liquid Luis Torres Science Fair ProjectThe Carbonation of SodaLiquidLuis Torres
2 Statement of the Problem How does Temperature affect the Carbonation of Sodas?
3 Project OverviewIt was very fun and interesting, yet nothing was done to the sodas because the amount of time was very insufficient
4 Definitely worth trying ResearchInterestingSurprisingFunA lot of workDefinitely worth trying
5 Independent variable: Temperature Dependent variable: Soda Cans (Operational Definition): Whether the cans shape will change or not.Constant variables: Types of sodas, type of freezer, and timeControl group: Normal room temperature
6 Extreme cold temperatures will cause the soda can to explode. HypothesisExtreme cold temperatures will cause the soda can to explode.
7 Materials List of Materials 15 of the Same full soda cans An empty freezerA thermometerA Data Table, or Graph, and a Journal to record DataA CameraTape Measure
8 Procedure Procedures Gather all materials in the list above Before doing anything, set the freezer to the maximum of temperature, and let the freezer calibrate for 24 HoursRecord at what time you changed the freezer’s temperature to estimate the 24 HoursLabel five of the soda cans “Max. Temp.”, another group of five soda cans “Min. Temp.”, and the last group of five soda cans “Mid. Temp.”Then, take one picture of the three groups of soda cansPlace the thermometer in the freezer for a few seconds to see the temperatureRecord that number, in Fahrenheit’s, in your JournalRecord the circumference of the groupPlace that number in your JournalRecord at what time you placed the group in the freezer in your JournalPlace the group in the freezer for five hoursCheck the freezer after two and a half hours with the thermometerObserve and record any overall changes in your JournalAfter the five hours, take a picture of the After resultThen, remove the group out of the freezerRecord and observe any changes of the circumference in your JournalAfter that, reset the freezer to the minimum temperatureRepeat step 3-16Then, reset the freezer to the middle temperatureRepeat steps 3-16After all that is done, you will make a Table that will look something like this:IVGroup1Group 2Group 3Max. Temp.Min Temp.Mid Temp.Inside each empty cell, you will place the outcome of each group’s shape/ circumference
11 ConclusionThe project didn’t go so well. I needed more than five hours for the experiment to come pout as needed.
12 Possible Experimental Errors A possible/ common error in this experiment might be timing and recording observations
13 Applications and Recommendations I recommend using your time more wisely to get a better test records/times
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