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    Hendrix Egg osmosis experiment Hendrix Egg osmosis experiment Presentation Transcript

    • Egg Osmosis ExperimentHendrix de Guzman8-17
    • PurposeOsmosis happening in a cell1. Put it in vinegar to remove shell2. Measure the egg’s weight with a balance
    • Purpose3. Measure the egg’s size(String & Measuring tape)4. Place egg in water andcorn syrup.5. Weigh and measure the egg again
    • Corn SyrupHypothesis The egg will get heavier The egg will stay the same size The egg will be brown and sticky
    • WaterHypothesis The egg will weigh less The egg will get smaller The egg will stay the same size
    • Materials1) Two eggs2) Two beakers3) Corn syrup4) Vinegar (acid)5) Water6) Balance7) Strings8) Measuring tape
    • ObservationBefore After
    • Conclusion WATER EGG Both eggs have an amount of water in them The egg in the water had become larger It had larger concentration that water. Water moved from high concentration to low concentration
    • Conclusion(2) The eggs in the syrup had become smaller The egg had higher concentration of water than corn syrup The water from the egg moved from lower concentration (Water)to higher concentration (Higher)
    • Conclusion HypothesisWater egg Corn syrup eggSize – wrong. Got  Size-wrongheavier  Got smallerWeight – wrong. Got  Weight – wrongbigger  Got lighterLook – wrong. Got  Look- wrongfatter  Turned brown