Science Exhibition Models

Science Exhibition Models

The best science exhibition models educate and amuse simultaneously. In this article, we will discuss and go through some simple working models for science exhibition that lead and test the scholars out there in whatsoever topic they are dealing with. Scholars hailing from a range of classes can attempt these projects and get a glimpse of the science that goes on in sometimes quite visibly and sometimes in an incognito manner beneath the daily objects and phenomenon’s of our life. We try to explore the various segments of science ranging from Chemistry and Physics to Biology. We here try to provide you a guide to help you create a project that would blow your family, friends and teachers away. So surf through the options and pick a project that suite the amount of time and effort you want to put into. We hope you create something that guides you towards a better understanding of the subject and the topic you’re dealing with.

Here are some ideas for Science Exhibition Models

Science Exhibition Models
How to make a Barometer

Air pressure can be measured with the help of a barometer. Weather changes can be predicted quite accurately with the help of this device. You can create a barometer and forecast the weather tabulate the data and compare the accuracy of your tool with the weather forecast on the news.
Science Exhibition Models
Magnetic Levitation Device

This science project uses magnets and their basic properties of attraction and repulsion to create a levitating setup. Magnets have a property that their unlike poles react and like poles repel. The alignment of two magnets depends on whether they attract or repel. This project makes us discover how the two magnets create a repelling force between them.
Science Exhibition Models
Microscope Project

We will use water to create microscope and take a minute look at the environment around us. The water will work like a lens which we will use as a microscope. This provides us an setup that allows us to look at things in minuter details..

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Match the following:

Column IColumn II(1). Nonpolar Molecular solids(i) Coulombic or electrostaticforces(2). HBonded Molecular solids(ii). Hbonding(3). Ionic solids(iii). Metallic bonding(4). Weak dispersion forces(iv). Weak dispersion forces(5). Metallic solids(v). dipoledipole interaction.(vi). covalent Bonding.