Instructables: exploring - technology - science - water - science - featured Fri, 27 Nov 2015 23:47:25 PST BLOX v1.01 3 Ways To Make Water Glow!
3 Ways To Make Water Glow! - More DIY How To Projects]]> WorkshopWizard Do you have a party to host soon? Stand out from the crowd at your next get together with these 3 super simple science tricks to make water glow!For all of the following you will need a UV black light. These lights have lots of applications in the sfx and lighting industry, but are also great for yo...
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Mon, 16 Nov 2015 08:21:00 PST
Build an Underwater robot
Build an Underwater robot - More DIY How To Projects]]> ksaichandra Sea Perch is an innovative underwater robot. Building an under water robot is very cool. Of course, it takes lot of time. But, you can operate it with a remote. You can buy an sea perch kit, which is available online for $155. Building a Sea Perch ROV teaches basic skills in ship and submarine desi...
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Tue, 18 Aug 2015 13:52:35 PDT
Water Drop Trampoline
Water Drop Trampoline - More DIY How To Projects]]> The Oakland Toy Lab Water you doing today? Add some bounce to your bubble and some dance to your drops with the water drop trampoline! Columns of air moving at different speeds let you float drops in a hovering boogie. We set out to make this as a homemade version of one of our favorite exhibits at the Exploratorium, "...
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Fri, 1 May 2015 10:02:51 PDT
How Dish Soap Works - Water Surface Tension Experiment
How Dish Soap Works - Water Surface Tension Experiment - More DIY How To Projects]]> Dave Hax See how soap breakdowns the surface tension of water. This demonstration visualizes the effect dish soap has on the surface tension of water, and it helps to explain why soap is good for cleaning dirty dishes. The experiment is simple to follow and easy to try. It's great fun to do with children as ...
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Thu, 26 Mar 2015 14:18:45 PDT
Tornado Machine
Tornado Machine - More DIY How To Projects]]> ixisuprflyixi I made a number of these "tornado machines" in the past and everyone usually enjoys them but because I make things in such a careless way I often don't take photos and everything is one of a kind. However, Instructables is helping me to change all that. Now I plan and research and make models and d...
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Tue, 18 Dec 2012 20:34:09 PST
Tsunami Model
Tsunami Model - More DIY How To Projects]]> walkalongaviation Ever wonder what a tsunami is? Turns out tsunami follow the same physics as shallow water waves on an unimaginable scale (where the ocean, miles deep, is shallow compared to the length of the wave). Here 3 gutter segments are duct taped together to create a shallow water wave tank: The 3 sections of...
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Thu, 1 Oct 2009 12:57:34 PDT
Home Built Hydroponics Unit for an 8th Grade Science Classroom - The Hydroshack Lives Again!
Home Built Hydroponics Unit for an 8th Grade Science Classroom - The Hydroshack Lives Again! - More DIY How To Projects]]> Mikey D My wife teaches 8th grade science. This project "The Hydroshack" is a rendition of one I built over 20 years ago in my college teaching methods class. It is designed specifically for performing experiments in a science class. It therefore incorporates some modifications for flexibility and contro...
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Thu, 7 Aug 2008 00:15:49 PDT
Make a Super Bouncy Ball
Make a Super Bouncy Ball - More DIY How To Projects]]> Welcome to my instructable, where I will tell you how to make a great little toy using a chemical reaction, and easy-to-get chemicals.Great science-fun for kids too! Materials needed This bouncy ball is made using a reaction between the two following chemicals:- Alcohol (Ethanol) - You should be...

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Wed, 9 Jan 2008 12:49:18 PST
Optical Water Prism
Optical Water Prism - More DIY How To Projects]]> chooseausername This is an optical prism made of acrylic glass and filled with water.Despite it's far to be a perfect prism, you can use it for personal or classroom basic optical experiments.As it is filled with water, its refractive index is of about 1.33.If it was entirely made of glass or acrylic glass, its ref...
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Sun, 14 Oct 2007 15:55:06 PDT