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  • Extinguish a candle by removing the heat with aluminium foil

    In this science experiment the aluminium foil absorbs and reflects the heat of the flame. This causes heat to be pulled from the flame, and thus the heat needed to continue the chemical reaction was taken away, so the reaction stopped and the flame is extinguished.

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  • This Clever Aluminum Foil Trick Will Eliminate the

    May 02, 2020· You can fix a tunneled candle by wrapping a piece of aluminum foil around the edges and simply letting it burn. Make sure the foil hangs over the built-up wax areas, but leave an opening in the center so the wick can still burn properly. After a couple of hours, the wax should melt and even out the surface.

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  • Candle Experiment

    C. Extinguishing a Candle with Aluminum Foil. Mold and cut a square of aluminum foil into the shape shown in Figure CE.3. Place the foil between the candle and flame so that the wick goes through the slit in the foil. The candle should extinguish (the slit may have to be narrowed manually). Figure CE.3 Aluminum foil. D. Candle Condensation

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  • Experimenting with a Candle Purpose Introduction

    Will the candle still burn if a piece of aluminum foil is placed over the wick before the candle is lit? 1. Cut a piece of aluminum foil into a square with 3 cm sides. 2. Use your pen or pencil tip to punch a hole through the center of the foil. Make the hole about the same diameter as the diameter of the wick. 3. Place the aluminum foil tightly over the wick, covering the wax at the top of the candle. Only

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  • Lab 1 - Candle Experiment.docx - Candle Experiment By S

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    C. Extinguishing a Candle with Aluminum Foil A piece of aluminum foil was placed around the flaming wick and after a few seconds the flame started to reduce in size. Results: Candle flame was extinguished. Explanation: The aluminum foil prevents the wax to further melt. Due to no more wax the flame has no more fuel to continue to burn. D.

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  • How to fix a tunneled candle with aluminium foil

    Nov 30, 2020· Turns out aluminium foil is the key to fixing a tunneled candle quickly. Simply wrap foil around the edge of the candle, leaving a hole in the middle so that the wick can burn through properly.

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  • A Strange Flame Inertia Using a Candle Flame Science

    Tear off a piece of foil and crumple it around the base of the candle to form a holder. This will need to be stable enough so that the candle will not fall over when it is moved. Place the candle in the holder on the plate and move the plate from side to side to be sure that the candle is stable enough and won't fall. Next, light the candle.

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  • What happens when you put aluminum foil around a lighted

    Jun 24, 2007· The foil around the candle prevented oxygen for getting to the candle. As the candle burnt the co2 level increased, and the o2 level decreased. Hot

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  • She Wraps Tin Foil Around The Candle. Moments Later? I Had

    Dec 18, 2014· Lucky for me, this video is here to teach a stupidly simple trick using tin foil to create a more even candle burn. Yay! The tin foil works by holding the heat around the edges of the glass, more

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  • Candle Experiment

    C. Extinguishing a Candle with Aluminum Foil. Mold and cut a square of aluminum foil into the shape shown in Figure CE.3. Place the foil between the candle and flame so that the wick goes through the slit in the foil. The candle should extinguish (the slit may have to be narrowed manually). Figure CE.3 Aluminum foil. D. Candle Condensation

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  • Take a Candle Carousel for a Spin Science Project

    In the meantime, cut a strip of aluminum foil, about 4 inches long and 1 inch wide. Use tape to attach it to the horizontal, flat part of one of the blades as shown in Figure 16. When the candle carousel is spinning, the aluminum strip will block the light from reaching your phone every time it

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  • EXPERIMENT

    Relight the candle and try blowing out the flame by using different breath velocities. g. Slide a horizontally held piece of slotted aluminum foil around the wick just below the base of the flame and above the melted wax, as shown in Figure S2-6. Leave the aluminum in place for about 30 seconds. Account for the observed results. h.

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  • A Candle Seesaw Balancing Act - Scientific American

    Dec 13, 2018· Make sure your surface is covered with aluminum foil along the entire length of the candle. Once the candle is balanced and doesn’t drop down on either side, ask your adult helper to

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  • The burning candle - rising water experiment

    The second experiment is a parallel one to the candle experiment. I and an associate made a little stand from aluminum foil, so that it could support a piece of burning charcoal. This little stand basically replaces the candle in the burning candle experiment. We had a shallow reservoir of water in a pan, the water surrounding the little stand.

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    Energy in a candle - schoolphysics

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    The aim of this experiment is to work out the heat energy that can be produced from a candle. YOU WILL NEED. A piece of candle A ruler Access to a balance A small calorimeter Water Aluminium foil (optional but useful) A retort stand, boss and clamp Small wooden block. WHAT TO DO. Measure the mass of your calorimeter.

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  • Candle Experiment - Chem 217 - AU - StuDocu

    The candle is lit and the bowl is filled with water. As the flame is covered with the jar, the flame slowly extinguishes. The flame is out because of lack of oxygen c. Extinguish a candle with aluminum foil. Flame was lit. Aluminum was placed between wick and flame. The flame slowly decreased. Finally, candle extinguished

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  • A Strange Flame Inertia Using a Candle Flame Science

    a candle aluminum foil a plate a tall, glass container. I used a glass vase, but you could also use a glass jar or the chimney from an oil lamp. WARNING: This experiment uses a candle flame. Be sure to get permission, have an adult around, use common sense and take proper safety precautions.

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    Experiment 1. Will the candle still burn if a piece of aluminum foil is placed over the wick before the candle is lit? In this experiment you will investigate lighting the candle when a piece of aluminum is placed over the wick. Read through the procedure. Predict the outcome and record your prediction on the provided report form. Procedure:

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  • Exp 1 Investigation of a Burning Candle 33 Q 11 What do

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    Slide a horizontally held piece of slotted aluminium foil around the wick just below the base of the flame and above the melted wax. Leave the aluminium in place for about 30 seconds. Q 1.7 (a) Account for the behaviour of the liquid in the bowl of the candle. (b) Explain the behaviour of the candle flame.

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  • Science Experiment - Heat Powered Turbine - YouTube

    The rising heat from the candle flame causes the foil to spin like a turbine. The additoinal heat from the second candle makes it spin a lot quicker.MUSIC:Ib.

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  • What happens when you put aluminum foil around a lighted

    Jun 24, 2007· For chemistry, we did this lab and did various things to a candle. When we put aluminum foil around a candle, the flame got smaller and then bigger and then it died out. I would like to know what happened to it chemically. Other thing was that we put a flask over a lighted candle for a few minutes, then after that put limewater into the flask and mixed it.

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  • This Clever Aluminum Foil Trick Will Eliminate the

    You can fix a tunneled candle by wrapping a piece of aluminum foil around the edges and simply letting it burn. Make sure the foil hangs over the built-up wax areas, but leave an opening in the

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  • Bimetal — Collection of Experiments

    We need scissors, glue, a piece of paper and a piece of aluminium foil of the same size. We glue the paper and the aluminium foil and press together. Wait for the glue to dry and cut a rectangular strip. When we heat our "bimetal" above the candle, the aluminium strip will extend more than the strip of paper and the "bimetal" bends.

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