Introduction: Fun and Easy Science Experiment That You Can Do in Class (if Your a Teacher)

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This is a School task that you can do it to and if your a teacher it'll be awesome please send me photos if you do it to!
Materials: Fork, water, Olive oil, 2 plastic see-threw cups, detergent.
Method: Firstly you get your 2 see-though cups and put the water in both up to its first ridge then pour the oil into both up to the second ridge after that get the detergent and pour into only one of them to the third ridge next stir the fork around the cups at least 10 times and it will become bubbly the more you stir 
Observation: When the oil is put in the cup there are two layers which was only the water and oil then when the detergent is put in it fuses together after time and after 10 stirs of the one without detergent does not change. The one with detergent one also becomes bubbly.
Yay Bubbles (the people in the Pictures are of friends doing there experiment (the same one of course) because mine toppled over in the wind =/ so i took pictures of theirs) 


sunshiine (author)2012-10-25

I will have to try this. It looks like fun! Thanks for sharing.

Dusk Shadows (author)sunshiine2012-10-25

No problem send the pictures to me

sunshiine (author)Dusk Shadows2012-10-26

I will do that! Now to get it done!

Dusk Shadows (author)sunshiine2012-10-27

Ok =)

HMice (author)2012-10-26

Nice ible. Sadly I wasn't there, but I've done something similar before.

Dusk Shadows (author)HMice2012-10-26

Ok cool

Kitana Kellaway (author)2012-10-25

Love it Babe to bad yours fell over =(
Science still confuses me though... =/

Yeah it confuses me to but i can kinda do it

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