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Mixing & Separating Experiment - Three Layer Float
 
Three Layer Float
Materials you will need:

• Oil
• Cork
• Coin
• Water
• Grape
• Honey
• Tall clear glass

A DIVIDED EXPERIMENT!!!

 

 
Steps
 
1.  Fill on third of the glass with honey.

2.  Fill the next third of the glass with oil.

3.  Fill the last third of the glass with water.

4.  Wait for all three substances to settle.

5.  Carefully drop in the coin, then the grape and then the cork.

Each of the three liquids have different densities, therefore making three separate layers.  All three items (grape, coin and cork) have different densities and therefore float in separate layers according to their density.  

The most dense goes to the bottom of the glass and the least dense goes to the top of the glass..

HOW AMAZING IS THIS?

 
 
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