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### Egg osmosis experiment

1. 1. Cody Chinchilla
2. 2.  1) Place egg’s in vinegar to remove the shell 2) Measure the weight of the egg using a balance 3) Measure the size of the egg using a measuring tape 4) Place one egg in corn syrup, and then place the other egg in water 5) Weigh and measure the egg’s again
3. 3.  I think that the corn syrup egg (bob) will be heaver & I think Bob will stay the same size, I also think that Bob will become a brownish colour.
4. 4.  I think that the water egg ( Steve ) will be heavier and will be bigger & will become slightly transparent & pale
5. 5.  2 Egg’s 1 Balance 1 Measuring Tape & String Corn Syrup 2 Beakers Vinegar
6. 6.  1) vinegar- the Weight:67g Weight:44g Shell has been Corn syrup Dissolved Size:16.1cm Size:13.2cm 2) corn syrup- (24 Weight:77.4 Weight:91.1 hours) it began to g g shrivel and get Water egg Size:16cm Size:17.5cm smaller 3) water – (24 hours) it now is puffed up & looks like a balloon
7. 7.  Water egg- the water egg got larger because the water moved into the egg. This was because the egg had less water than the outside. The water moved from higher concentration to lower concentration (see graph for more info). The corn syrup egg- the corn syrup egg got smaller because water moved out of the egg. This happened because there was more water in the egg then the corn syrup. My hypothesis was wrong about the corn syrup egg’s; size, weight, and how it would look. My hypothesis was wrong about the water eggs weight Mt hypothesis was right about the water eggs size & its looks.
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