Apr 10, 2014 ... In fact, if you add enough salt, you can make the water so dense that an egg will
actually float in it! Explore how this works in this science activity ...
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Title. How salty does the sea have to be for a egg to float? Problem Scenario.
Broad Question. Why does an egg need salt to float? Specific Question. How
Why Do Some Eggs Float? - Fresh Eggs vs. Old Eggs ... QUESTION: If you have
kept ... If the egg is at an angle on the bottom - it is still fresh and good to eat.
This is a fun question! ... In order to make the egg float, we need to make it less
dense than the water surrounding it. ... How much salt we need to add will vary
from egg to egg, since the density of each egg will ... A good starting point would
be 6 tablespoons of salt in 1 glass of water (make sure it is fully dissolved by
Jan 26, 2013 ... MAKE AN EGG FLOAT IN SALT WATER BY: GEORGIANA JOSEPH. ... IS FIND O
UT WHETHER THE EGGS WILL FLOAT BACKGROUND ...
Apr 5, 2014 ... What will happen to the objects in salt water? Will an egg float? There are so
many questions to ask and predictions to make with this easy salt ...
You'll see that the egg and coin will sink, and the cork will float. Now remove the
objects, and add two tablespoonfuls of salt to the water. Stir until the salt ...
May 6, 2008 ... Students will be asked to think about this question before being given an
explanation. ... how many teaspoons of salt it will take to float an egg in one cup
of water. ... Be sure to have a good background in explaining density.
Aug 1, 2013 ... The egg is slightly less dense than salt water, so the egg will float in salt water. ...
Ask your children: what question would they like answered?
We've shown you how different sodas will either sink or swim in plain tap water,
but what's the deal with eggs? Drop as many eggs into plain tap water as you ...