Investigatory Projects In Chemistry

by admin on September 10, 2012

Chemistry is the science that studies atoms and molecules, and their chemical reactions which is nothing but the interactions that both of them undergo. Through the forming and breaking of the atomic bonds, numerous compounds transform into fresh compounds, either consuming or producing energy during the process. Energy can be released in any form such as light, heat, as in an explosion or fire. By developing chemistry and enhancing knowledge on chemical reactions, one can produce chemicals with numerous uses.

The term chemistry was derived from a slang word called the older “alchemist” – a chemist. Today’s modern chemistry is usually considered to have established in the seventeenth century, mostly with writings and experiments of Robert Boyle, who formulated the principle called Boyle’s Law which proves that volume and temperature of a gas are related.

Following are some of the investigatory project ideas for chemistry students:

  • Which disinfectant is safest to use?
  • Which disinfectant kills the most bacteria?
  • Which method of cooking destroys the most bacteria?
  • Is there a correlation between attendance and GPA?
  • Can bath water be used for watering plants or the garden?
  • Test the efficiency of different shapes of fan blades.
  • Formulate a non-toxic or biodegradable ink.
  • Test products for impurities.
  • Measure crystal growth rate as a function of temperature.
  • Determine the most invisible invisible-ink
  • Measure the toxicity of silver-mercury amalgam fillings.
  • Study the toxicity of energy drinks.
  • Find and test non-toxic antifreeze.
  • Variation of Conductance with Temperature in Electrolytes
  • Study the Diffusion of Solids in Liquids
  • Theoretical Project on “Spectroscopy”
  • Project on “How to make Aspirin”
  • Project on “Essential Oils (MIT)”
  • Preparing Potash Alum Using Scrap Aluminum.
  • Sterilization of water using bleaching powder.
  • Determination Of The Contents Of Cold Drinks.
  • Chemistry Project on Environmental Chemistry
  • Acid Content in the Various Samples of Tea Leaves
  • Effect of Temperature on Volume of Gas

  • Measuring Solubility: Saturated Solutions
  • Extraction of Essential Oil from Aniseed (Saunf)
  • To Study the Setting of Cement
  • To Study the Adulteration in Food
  • Measuring Enzyme Activity: Yeast Catalase
  • A Silver-Cleaning Battery
  • Create A Chemistry Color-analysis Tools
  • The Cool Blue Light of Luminol
  • Study Chirality with a Homemade Polarimeter
  • Measure Luminescence of Glow-in-the-Dark Items
  • Saturated Solutions: Measuring Solubility
  • Water to Fuel to Water: The Fuel Cycle of the Future
  • Invesitage the pH Effects on Lead Testing: Get the Lead Out
  • Bring on the Heat! Investigating Exothermic Reaction Rates
  • Electrolyte Test: Sports Drink Vs. Orange Juice
  • The Chemistry of Hair Highlights
  • A Swell Project: Polymer Absorbance
  • Rocketology: Baking Soda + Vinegar = Lift Off!
  • Scintillating Scents: The Science of Making Perfume
  • Cold Pack Chemistry: Where Does the Heat Go
  • How Does Evaporation Affect Heating and Cooling
  • Race The Marbles to Find a Liquid’s Viscosity
  • How Fast Can an Alka-Seltzer® Tablet Create Gas?
  • Potions and Lotions: Lessons in Cosmetic Chemistry
  • Prepare A pH Paper

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