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LABORATORY REPORT PEKA SCIENCE 2012 Name Class Group members : : : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

: : The Air Around Us

Date Learning Area

Learning objective : Oxygen is needed for combustion Title of the activity : The size of container affects the length of time for candle to burns

Students answer

Construct assed

Aim

Hypothesis

E1C11

Variables : i. Constant variable E1C10a

ii.

Manipulated variable E1C10b

iii.

Responding variable E1C11a Apparatus : Material :

Apparatus/ material

Procedure

E1C10c

Diagram

E1C1a E1C1b E1C1c E1C6a E1C6c E1C6d

Observation/Result

Beaker Time taken for candle to burn Average 1

A 2 3 1

B 2 3 E1C1e E1C1f E1C6 E1C8a

Observation

Analysis

1. The candle burns for the longest time in beaker ______. 2. The candles burn for the shortest time in beaker ______. 3. The larger beaker has the __________ amount of air. 4. Air contains ____________ that is needed for combustion. 5. Time taken for candle to burn is affected by _________________________.

E1C4a

E1C4b

E1C8b

E1C8c

E1C8d

Conclusion

The ______________ the size of container, the __________ the time taken for candle to burns. E2C16

LABORATORY REPORT PEKA SCIENCE 2012 Name Class Group members : : : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. : : Matter

Date Learning Area

Learning objective : Understanding the Concept of Density Title of the activity : Density and buoyancy of objects

Students answer

Construct assed

Aim

Hypothesis

E1C11

Variables : iv. Constant variable E1C10a

v.

Manipulated variable E1C10b

vi.

Responding variable E1C11a Apparatus : Material :

Apparatus/ material

Procedure

E1C10c

Diagram E1C8a

E1C5d

Result Type of material Condition of objects/ substance (float/sink) E1C6

Observation 1. Cork, sand, water and cooking oil are ___________. 2. Based on substance used, examples of a. Solid : __________________________ b. Liquid : __________________________ E1C1b,c,d E1C1a

3. ___________ and ___________ float in water while ___________ and ___________ sink in water. 4. The density of these substances affects their _________________________. 5. The cork will ____________ when nail is added to it because _______________. Analysis/ Discussion i. Cork and oil float on water because it is ________________ than water. ii. Sand sinks in water because it is ___________ than water. iii. Water sinks in oil because it is ________________ than oil. iv. Sequence of densities of substance in ascending order:

E1C1d,2a

E1C1e,4a

E1C8c,d

E1C1f,8b

v.

The buoyancy of a substance depends on its ___________. a. A less dense solid/substance ____________ in a more dense liquid. b. A denser/ more dense substance __________ in a less dense liquid. E1C4a,8d

E1C4b,8c

Questions: a. Using the results and Table 1 , predict the position of ice and mercury if all the substances were put together in a gas jar. Density [ gcm-3] 13.6 0.92 0.75 2.6 1.0 0.25 Table 1

Substance Mercury Ice Petrol Sand Water Cork

Answer : Density [ gcm-3]

Substance

E1C8b

E1C4c

b. Draw a suitable diagram and label the substances.

Answer:

c. Based on the results and Table 1, classify the substances.

Answer: Based on the results and table of densities, the substances are classified into __________ groups based on the common property :E1C2d

Float on water

Do not float on water/ sink in water E1C2a,b

d. What other criteria can we use to group them?

Answer: Another criteria we can use to group the substances is buoyancy of substance in ________________.

Float on oil

Do not float on oil/ sink in oil E1C2c

Conclusion _________________ substances have _____________ densities. E2C16