Dating science fair projects
To solve a problem you must first find the problem, access it, hypothesize a solution, illustrate your solution, try the solution, and then finally try it. For example, in anexperiment to find the effect of light intensity on the rate ofphotosynthesis of plant, you'll change light by...
In this Brain POP movie on carbon dating, Tim and Moby will teach you about how scientists use a radioactive isotope called carbon-14 to find out the answer!
Learn about key terms like half-life, radioactive decay, and radiometric dating and what they all mean!
You’ll also see how you can tell when a fossilized animal died by comparing the amount of carbon-14 that would have been in a living creature to the amount that’s left in the fossil. In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades K-12, students use Brain POP and/or Brain POP Jr.
For example if you are doing an experiment of whether...
Electricity is "created" when certain chemicals react together.