MichaelS Egg osmosis experiment

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MichaelS Egg osmosis experiment

  1. 1. Michael Saceda 8-17
  2. 2. Purpose- To observe osmosis in a cell Place egg in vinegar to remove shell Measure the weight of the egg Place one egg in corn syrup and place the other in water Weigh and measure the eggs again
  3. 3. HypothesisWater egg Water egg will be saggy The weight would be exactly the same The size will be exactly the same
  4. 4. HypothesisCorn syrup egg The egg would get more bigger The egg would be more heavy It would be sticky and bigger
  5. 5. MaterialsMaterials usedEggs2 beakersCorn syrupVinegarWaterBalanceString and measuring tape
  6. 6. Observations Before: After: Weight: 62.2 Weight: 77.0 water Size: 14 Size: 18.5(H2o) Weight. 71.3 Weight: 48.8Corn Size: 17cm Size: 13Syrup
  7. 7. ObservationsAfter vinegar After syrup After Water 24hrs 24hrs• Bubbles coming up • Squishy • Puffy• Eggs on the bottom • floating • Bubbles • Floating
  8. 8. ConclusionWater eggWater moved in to the eggEgg had lowerconcentrationWater moved from higherto lower concentrationMy hypothesis was wrong because Ithought the egg would stay exactly thesame in size appearance and weight.
  9. 9. Conclusion Corn Syrup Egg Corn syrup egg got smaller Water moved out of the egg Egg had higher concentration Water moved from higher to lower concentrationMy hypothesis was right because I said theegg would get smaller. I also thought theegg would get heavier but I was wrong.

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