Experimental Alpha - 9th Grade

Experient Science Labs

155, Sarjapur Main Road


18 April
Experimental Alpha - 9th Grade
About The Event Activity before Concept, Concept before Vocabulary. That is how you should learn science. Selected 25 experiments/activities from the syllabus of physics, chemistry, and biology for the class 9th to help students learn science through experiments.  These experiments will help them learn concepts better and forever.  Usually, they miss this experience of learning science through experiments in school and more so about being hands-on.  You will conduct a variety of experiments  like: Observe human cheek cells under the microscope. Observe differences in stem cells of monocot and dicot plants Observe the growth of meristematic tissues. Perform plasmolysis on onion cells.  Grow and examine mold under the microscope. Find out the effectiveness of hand sanitizer vs soap. Observe changes in oxygen and CO level during respiration of seeds and the effect of light. Observe changes in oxygen and CO level during respiration of plant and effect of light. Perform different types of basic chemical reactions – synthesis, single and double displacement, combustion, and decomposition Analyse relative reactivity of different elements  Demonstrate the law of conservation of mass in a chemical reaction. Electrolyse water. Separate two miscible liquids by distillation. Perform a reaction of sodium with water. Experiment to test the solubility of ionic salts in water, kerosene, alcohol. Find macro and micronutrients in different types of foods. Explore electromagnetism and its application. Determine buoyant force when an object is immersed fully or partially in a liquid. Build Roller Coaster - Conversion of PE into KE Bell jar experiment to show sound cannot travel in a vacuum Prove the law of conservation of momentum using SpeedCart. Experiment to prove Boyles Law Determine if sound absorption by acoustic foam and similar materials changes with the frequency of sound. Understand laws of reflection and refraction.  Study the image formation by convex and concave mirrors  When you go back to your classroom, you would find understanding the concept easier, you would learn it faster, better, and forever. Number of experiments: 25 Duration:  6 days, 4-hour session each day.



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