Science Fair Judge for many years and experience with robotics, biology, chemistry, industrial processes, metalurgy and metal forming.
Science Fair Judge for many years and have helped several students get to state level competition. Most recently 2 of my students received state level awards and one went on to the nationals in Washington DC.
BA Archaeology - Anthropology
MA Business Anthropology
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Hi Aishwarya, Think of the word "matter" as a generic term. Like "energy" it is generic. There are different states of matter: solids, liquids and gases. Some include plasma in the "matter" category
Hi Kayla, I understand your confusion and concern for the baby in the egg. First of all, the baby duck is not breathing for a long time, in fact it does not need to breath until just before it hatches
Hi Michelle, That is a very good question. In the can, you have the drink and carbon dioxide gas (the bubbles). When you shake the can, it causes the gas to come out of solution (the gas is dissolved
Hi Anita, IT has to do with something called vapor pressure. As you may already know there are solids, liquids and gases, these are three of the stages of matter. When a liquid becomes solid, this
Hi AB, This comes from Wikipedia: http://www.chemguide.co.uk/inorganic/group7/halideions.html With bromide ions The bromide ions are strong enough reducing agents to reduce the concentrated