Chemistry Science Fair Projects

Get ideas for your own chemistry science fair project: experiment with dissolving egg shells, create reacting mixtures, conduct pH tests, and more.

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开始与我们的叶子chromatography experiment, we first must learn about leaves. Leaves contain different pigments, which give them their color. Green chlorophyll is the most common type of pigment, but there are also carotenoids (yellow, orange) and anthocyanins (red). Chlorophyll, which is essential for photosynthesis, usually hides the other pigments, except when […]
Introduction Salt is an naturally-occurring mineral and a chemical compound with amazing properties. These properties enable salt to be used in everything from preserving food to making it taste better. Epsom salt is primarily used for health reasons. People use it to make soft water for relaxing, treat constipation, and sore muscles. You can use […]
Photosynthesis is the process in which green plants (primarily) convert energy from the sun’s light into usable, chemical energy. Plants require energy for growth, reproduction, and defense. Excess energy, created from photosynthesis, is stored in plant tissue as starch. Starch is a white and powdery substance. It houses glucose, which plants use for food. The […]

Learn about acids and bases by making pH test strips from coffee filters and the juice from boiled red cabbage.

Try this experiment to see how chemistry can keep fresh fruit from turning brown.

Get ideas for your own chemistry science fair project: experiment with dissolving egg shells, create reacting mixtures, conduct pH tests, and more.

Easy and fun kitchen science projects teach about chemistry and more!

Discover the science of crystals and grow two different types of beautiful crystals!

Split water into hydrogen and oxygen gas using two pencils and a battery in this fun electrolysis science project!

Experiment with bacteria cultures grown with agar and petri dishes with complete step-by-step instructions.

Do this spinoff of the elephant toothpaste experiment using household items like yeast and hydrogen peroxide.

Demonstrate the sticking power of germs and the necessity of good hand washing techniques!