Lab Report Essay

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Beginning with science : 06 Matter and Energy
Kevin Edwards.

Introduction :You will be exploring three scenarios and conducting observations on the physical and chemical changes in matter: The Iced Tea Debate, Salty Soup, and Fire Bug.

Objective : To demonstrate the differences between physical and chemical changes while observing the laws of conservation of matter and energy.

Procedure : Watch each part of the experimental demonstration and make predictions about what will happen in each scenario.

1. View the three scenarios listed below. You must observe and analyze these as part of the lab.
The Iced Tea Debate
The Salty Soup
The Fire Bug

2 Use the DATA chart provided for recording observation based on three
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Paragraph 1 - How the Law of Conservation of Matter is supported by the experimental demonstrations: In the law of conservation particles and materials are neither created nor destroyed . It was similar towards the experimental demonstrations because nothing changed or destroyed in the processes .Kinetic and potential energy was used in the experiments.

Paragraph 2 - How the Law of Conservation of Energy is supported by the experimental demonstrations: Experiments do not consome the energy but conserve by changing them from one form to the other .This allows all energy to remain constant so for each experiment diffrent form occured but never changed the element of the experiment Fourth Scenario
Describe a fourth scenario in which either the “Law of Conservation of Matter” or the “Law of Conservation of Energy” could be observed. Using as many sentences as needed, describe how an experiment could be set up to further explore your recorded observation. The goal is to show understanding of the concepts in the lesson. I choose law of Conservation of Energy
Suppose a Hard mini ball is placed in an automatic air power sealed containerYou will notice that no matter how much you will leave the ball bunching the ball will never stop bouncing. That happens because the ball develops both potential and kinetic energy,the sum of those two give us the mechanical energy which remains constant.

Scientific Method
The Iced

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