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  • 1. POPCORN PARADISE
  • 2. Problem Which storage temperature: freezing,refrigerated, or room temperature creates the least amount of unpopped kernels.
  • 3. Procedure -put 10 packs of popcorn in each the freezer, refrigerator, and in regular temperature -take each temperature popcorn and put into microwave-count the unpopped kernels in each batch -record your data
  • 4. Materials You need this - 30 bags of popcorn- freezer, refrigerator, and microwave - measuring cup - 3 large bowl - three measuring cups - paper towels
  • 5. HypothesisFrom the research shown, the frozen kernels will produce the least amount of unpopped popcorn kernels.
  • 6. Pop popcorn of Pop Popcorn of Pop popcorn of Refrigeratedroom Temperature frozen Temperature temperaturePut the popcorn into a bowl Count the unpopped kernels
  • 7. Results The results of this experiment turned out to be that the room temperature kernels produced the least amount of unpopped kernels. This was because the frozen and refrigerated kernelsdidnt have enough moisture and could not expand in pressure. This made them not be able to pop.
  • 8. LINKS FOR MORE INFORMATION www.worldbookonline.comhttp://www.ehow.com/info_8557942_characteristics- popcorn.html http://www.epopcorn.com/