Apr 10, 2014 ... It has to do with the density of the objects compared with the density of the water
... But just how much salt is needed to make an egg float? In this ... Take the egg
out of the refrigerator and allow it to warm to room temperature.
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Mar 13, 2013 ... How much Salt needed for an egg to float in fresh water.. Experiment done by ... I
doing the project and already know how to do it. Read more.
The Salt Water Egg Experiment explains why materials (such as an egg) float
more in ... Because saltwater is denser than fresh water, the egg does not end up
sinking like it usually does! ... To make it clearer, let's take the egg as an example.
... you already know the reason why it's so much easier to float in the open waters
In order for an egg to float, about 4 tablespoons of salt must be dissolved in 12 to
16 ounces of water. Typically, fresh eggs sink to the bottom of a glass of tap...
What happens when you put an egg in a glass of regular water? floating-egg.
This is a cool ... One egg; Water; Salt (1 – 2 cups); A tall drinking glass; A spoon ...
Aug 12, 2013 ... Density is a measure of how much matter takes up a certain amount of ... Well,
let's do this experiment and at least make it as clear as, err… salt water. ... up a
certain amount of volume, we can take ordinary water, add salt to it, ... Notice that
the egg will float in the saltwater but sinks in the ordinary tap w...
Drop as many eggs into plain tap water as you want, but they'll all sink to the
bottom. In the Floating ... to the top. Gently place the second egg into the salt
water solution… it floats! ... How in the world does the second egg float? The first
water; 2 eggs; liquid soap; cooking oil; salt; sugar; glass; tablespoon; balance
scale ... How much salt do you have to add to get your egg to float? Ready for us
... egg floats. Depending on the size of your glass, it may take as much as one
cup of sugar. ... Before we explain why the egg floats, let's do one more
experiment. Take ... Try this: What would happen if you tried the above
experiment with salt?
STEP1 - Half fill your glass with water and gently lower the egg in. ... So now we
know that the egg sinks, take it back out again (use your teaspoon to scoop it
back out). STEP2 - Half fill your glass with water and add around 10 teaspoons of
salt to it (you can't add 'too much' salt as ... Does it have to be an egg that yo...