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Tea Bag Rocket Science Experiments for Kids


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Tea Bag Rocket Science Experiments for Kids

Learn here how to make Tea Bag Rocket with the help of our science experiment visual guide.

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Tea Bag Rocket Science Experiments for Kids

  1. 1. H WHñT YOU llEED A , tea bag WHñT TO DO Take a tea bag, and empty its contents. Now open the staple pins, label and strings on the tea bag, and Iay it flat, with both ends open. Roll it into a cylinder and make it stand straight on a dinner plate. Be careful or ask for your i", mom's help now. Using a i Iighter, ignite the top of the cylinder. Carefully and from a slight 314, distance, observe the fire 'i quickly burn up the cylinder. 3.2.. 'il Kaboom! Lifi: off! p The tee bag HOW DID TllflT HñPPfll? There are three principles at work here. First, the flame heats up the air that is oontained inside the cylinder. The molecules move quicker and spread further apart. The outside air is denser than the inside air of the cylinder. So, the less dense, warmer air rises above the more dense, outside air. Also, the space created by the less dense air within the cylinder lets the denser outside air push the hot air upwards. This is called a convection current. Finally, when the tea bag burns, there is smoke formed which dissipates. The cylinder which has reduced to ash is forced to rise up by the heavier hot air; which is also rapidly rising up. sammans, møeømi Visit moc0mi. com for more cool stuff! Com Copyright©2014 Mocomn & Anubrain Digital Technologies Pvt. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.