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  • 1. Water as a solvent and extractant - the rose flowers project
  • 2. A Comenius project of class 6B in chemistry class January 2013
  • 3. our chemistry classroom
  • 4. our chemistry classroom
  • 5. Hello! I am Willie Water!I lead you through this project.
  • 6. Our project is about thechemistry of water and rose flowers.We write a manual on our roseflowers project .
  • 7. Of content, the book deals withthemes about properties of water,chemical separation process for therecovery of ingredients of roseblossoms and at least chemicalexperiments for producing rosecosmetics.
  • 8. ContentChapter 1: Water and rose flowers – chemicalsubstancesChapter 2: Chemical separation process forthe recovery of ingredients of rose blossomsChapter 3: Chemical experiments
  • 9. IntroductionThis book is for students who are interestedin the production of rose cosmetics and theirchemical aspects. The chemical process for theproduction of rose cosmetics are teachingcontent of chemistry teaching in class 6. Thismanual could be used in class as a project. Ifthe experiments are carried out at home,adults must take charge.
  • 10. Chapter 1: Water and rose flowers – chemical substances1.1 Water characteristics (under construction)1.2 Rose characteristics (under construction)
  • 11. Chapter 2: Chemical separation process for therecovery of ingredients of rose blossoms 2.1 The production of rose oil – steam distillation 2.2 The production of rose oil and rose water - extraction of the flowers using fatty oils or water2.3 Soap producing - saponification
  • 12. Chapter 3: Chemical experiments for producing rose cosmetics 3.1 The rose petals indicator of acid and alkaline solutions3.3 Rose oil producing3.2 Rose water producing3.4 Rose soap producing
  • 13. 3.1 The rose petals indicator of acid and alkaline solutions
  • 14. 3.3 Rose oil producing
  • 15. 3.2 Rose water producing
  • 16. 3.4 Rose soap producing
  • 17. 24 hours later...the finished rose soap
  • 18. Have participated on this project:Lisann, Emily, Maite, Melina, Pia, Ester, Svenja B., Eva, Tabea,Salome, Svenja M., Svenja L., Jessica, Allison, Leonie, Mira, FinnjaFelix, Jakob G., Frederic, Jan, Tom, Paul, Jakob K., Leon, Jasper,Sebastian, Michel, Jonah, Jannis, Lars, NicolasS. Becker January 2013