Gepner Period 5 Project Wiki


Your homework on the night after a test is to propose 1-2 topics OF INTEREST TO YOU from that unit for follow-up research. If you only have one idea from that unit, find one on any chemistry-related topic elsewhere. Present your idea as a two-three sentence purpose with an engaging question that you have on that topic.

Name

Project Ideas by Chapter

Teacher Comments

James
Ch 2: Distil gatorade and test its chemical properties.
Ch 3 & 4: Test whether a given compound must always follow the law of constant composition.
Ch 5: Convert the length of the blue line to a red line on a hockey rink from feet into kilometers.
Ch 6 & 7: Decompose a can of coca-cola and balance the equation.
Or try a few ways to separate some components and test their physical properties.
Ross
Ch 2: Research the compsition of diffrent diets and foods.
Burning different kinds of wood understanding the diffrent elements with in each piece
Ch 3 & 4: Try to name all of the elements several types of food
Understand the elements and componds relesed in musculs while exercising
Ch 5: convert the lengths of world cup Down hill, Super-G, Giant Slalom, and Slalom, run in the USA to other european Word Cup runs.
Ch 6 & 7: Preform four different chemical reactions Combination, Decomposition, Single Replacement, Double Replacement.
Balence those formulas and others.

Nat
Ch 2:
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:

Chapin
Ch 2: Observe and compare differences between separating hot chocolate through distillation and filtration.
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:
While hot chocolate might be delicious, it may prove a challenging solution to separate!
Addie
Ch 2: Distill hand sanitizer to figure out its composition, and then go on to observe the physical properties of the materials that are in the hand sanitizer
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:

Max C
Ch 2: See if the Oxidation of Iron affects conductivity, and how it affects mass.
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:
Good idea. Or you could compare the oxidation of a few metals.
Jasmine
Ch 2:
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:

Stephanie
Ch 2: See if alcohol can turn into a solid through distillation and freezing.
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:
Alcohol can definitely be frozen; the problem is in reaching low enough temperatures!
Max H
Ch 2: Test the myth that gasoline does not freeze at any temperature.
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:

Kristina
Ch 2: Distill 7up and try to identify some of its components. Also observe the new distilled product's chemical and physical properties.
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:

Cameron
Ch 2:
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:

Mudassar
Ch 2: distillation of wood and testing of the physical and chemical properties of substances prouced to see what it is really made of
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5:

Mac
Ch 2:
Ch 3 & 4:
Ch 5: