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One option for a science project is to test to see what materials cause a nail to rust quickly. For example, observations of a nail over time in a variety of liquids makes for a good basis for a science experiment. More »

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Nails rust in water because water allows the iron to react with any oxygen present, which forms iron oxide, known as rust. In order to cause rust quickly, there must be some impurities in the water, particularly salts, s... More »

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Elevated temperature, immersion in a humid and oxygen rich environment, contact with a metal that is lower in the electrochemical series, and mechanical agitation are conditions that cause an iron nail to rust faster. Ru... More »

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The egg drop project is a fun science project for fifth graders that encourages creative problem solving strategies. Using household items, the goal is to create a system that will protect the egg when dropped on the gro... More »

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