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Physical Science Projects & Chemistry Experiments Assistance

Elementary through high school-aged students get help with physical science projects and chemistry experiments through the resources and materials available on this website.

Students interested in finding projects for classes in chemistry or physical science can peruse our database of potential chemistry science fair experiments here. Use the links in each post to locate the materials and equipment you will need in our large catalog of educational science supplies.

Or, if you have already identified a project, use the links at right to search our catalog for the materials you need. You will find lab equipment, non-toxic chemicals, measurement tools, models and other items for your science fair display.

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Latest Additions to Our Science Project Database

  • Question: What Are the Best Liquid Conductors of Energy?

    Summary: This experiment explores the kinds of liquids that are the best conductors of energy when splitting the molecules of water through electrolysis. Materials Needed: (Any of The Materials Highlighted in Blue are Clickable Links for Purchasing) 9 v Battery... Read more →

  • Question: Can You Make a Battery Out of a Potato?

    Summary: In this experiment, a potato is used to create an electrochemical battery, in which chemical energy is converted to electrical energy through spontaneous electron transfer. The energy created is enough to power a digital clock. Materials Needed: (Any of... Read more →