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Chemistry Projects For 9th Std

Ninth grade, being the first year of high school, students will need to take up projects during the year. They need to find project ideas which are easy to execute and will not take very long to complete. Below is given a list of interesting and exciting chemistry projects for ninth graders:

  1. Acidity In tea
  2. Effects of Dye on Different Types of Fabric: to test variations across different fabrics in terms of dye absorption; the project proves that natural fabrics absorb the dye more effectively than the synthetic fibers.
  3. Effects of Heat on vitamin C in tomatoes: Heat causes Vitamin C content in tomatoes to decrease by decomposing this water-soluble vitamin. Tomatoes that are cooked will have less vitamin C than raw tomatoes.
  4. Electrical Cleavage of Mineral Ore
  5. Electrolyte Turns On the Solar Cell
  6. Aldol Condensation
  7. Mohr’s salt
  8. Percentage Purity Of Iron Wire
  9. Analysis Of Honey: To analyze the available honey for presence of different minerals and carbohydrates
  10. Get More Hydrogen from Your Water
  11. Glucose Monitoring in Porous Silicon Photonic Crystals
  12. Determine the Quantity of Casein in Milk: determine the quantity of Casein present in different samples of milk.
  13. Discoveries In The Field Of Chemistry
  14. Dyeing of Wool, Silk and Cotton in Malachite Green
  15. Determine the Thickness of Zinc on a Piece of Galvanized Metal
  16. Distillation of Water from an Aqueous Solution Using a Disposable Apparatus
  17. Candy Chromatography: testing colors used in candy to find out how many different colors are mixed to form a certain candy color. You can perform a similar test on clear liquids and then use different methods such as heat or UV light to reveal the results.
  18. A Comparison of the Solubility of Carbon Dioxide in Water at Various Temperatures
  19. Determination of the Molar Volume of Carbon Dioxide
  20. A Penny’s Worth of Hydrogen
  21. Variation of Conductance with Temperature in Electrolytes
  22. Water Concentration and Texture: to study the effect of concentration, weight and temperature of solution towards its density.
  23. Which Grease Is Good for You: focuses on proving that vegetable oil will degrade in quality when fried five times, and that the addition of Vitamin E(antioxidant) will help in retaining the oil’s quality.
  24. Which of the Plant Material Used Would Make the Best Red Color on Fabric
  25. Which Road Deicer Corrodes Steel the Most?
  26. Effect of Sodium Carbonate on Foaming Capacity of Soap: Soaps and detergents are cleaning agents that can remove oil particles from surfaces because of their unique chemical properties. Soaps are made by the chemical reaction of a jetty acid with on alkali metal hydroxide. In a chemical sense therefore soap is a salt made up of a carboxylic acid and an alkali like sodium of potassium.
  27. Environmental Pollution
  28. Evaluation of Drinking Water from Various Sources
  29. Extraction of Nicotine Sulphate from Samples of Cigarettes
  30. Determination of the Relative Viscosities of Liquids
  31. Discover a Good Antifreeze (Freezing Point Depression)
  32. Effect of Composition on the Melting Point of an Alloy
  33. Fire and Brimstone (Reactions of Sulfur)
  34. Colloidal Sulfur
  35. Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Dissolving : Knowing the best temperature for dissolving each specific chemical can help us save time and energy in the dissolving process.
  36. Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Reaction
  37. Reactions Between Ions in Solution Using Consumer Materials
  38. Physical Properties and Intermolecular Bonding in Solids
  39. A study of saponification reactions
  40. A study of esterification reactions
  41. Electrolysis of Potassium Iodide
  42. Analysis Of Vegetables And Fruit Juices
  43. Color Me Blue
  44. Comparing Lactose Percentage between Whole Milk and Powdered Milk
  45. Comparison of the Citric Acid Concentration
  46. Content of Cold Drinks Available in the Market: Soft drinks are generally acidic because of the presence of citric acid and phosphoric acid. pH values of cold drinks belonging to different brands are different due to the variation in amount of acidic contents.
  47. Magnesium Research
  48. Which fruits contain the most vitamin C?
  49. Compare fruits for their sugar content
  50. Experimenting with starch copolymers
  51. Determination Of Caffeine In Tea Samples
  52. Seed viability- Is there a test you can perform to predict whether or not a seed will germinate?
  53. Does an external magnetic field have any noticeable effect on animals such as brine shrimp, cockroaches, or fruit flies?
  54. Is the brightness of glow-in-the-dark materials affected by the light source used to make them glow or only by the intensity of the light?
  55. Determination of Contents of Tooth Powder
  56. Fermentation: slow decomposition of complex organic compound into simpler compounds by the action of enzymes.
  57. What can you do to reduce noise pollution in a room?
  58. Fuel Go Boom: to measure the energy output during the combustion of biodiesel- petro-diesel fuel blends in order to determine which fuel or fuel blend optimizes energy output.
  59. Establishing a Displacement Series Using Consumer Materials
  60. Electrolysis of Water Without a Hoffman Apparatus
  61. Making and Testing a Simple Galvanic Cell
  62. Tracking Electrons
  63. Chemistry of Copper Plating
  64. Production of Synthetic Fiber
  65. Balloon Race: Effect of temperature on the Rate of Reaction
  66. Effect of Surface Area on the Rate of A Heterogeneous Reaction
  67. Effect of Concentration on the Rate of a Reaction
  68. An Inexpensive Kinetics Experiment
  69. To Compare The Rate Of Vaporization Of Water
  70. To Compare The Rate Of Fermentation Of Given Samples Of Wheat Flour
  71. To Prepare a Smoke Bomb
  72. To Study the Digestion of Starch by Salivary Amylase
  73. To Study the Effect of Metal Coupling on the Rate of Corrosions: The study of the rate of corrosion of different metals or alloys shows gradual decrease in their masses in acidic medium. The decrease is in the order of brass, iron, zinc and aluminum.
  74. The Effect of a Catalyst on the Rate of a Reaction
  75. Catalysis Using Enzymes in Pineapple
  76. What is the best way to store bread to keep it fresh the longest time?
  77.  What things can you do to improve the efficiency or effectiveness of your clothes dryer or water heater or any device?
  78. What is the best thickness of insulation for preventing heat loss?
  79.  Is the life span of light bulbs affected by whether the bulb is run at full power?
  80. What type of box material gives you the best sound for your speaker?
  81.  When comparing different brands of batteries, is the battery that lasts the longest at a high temperature the same brand that lasts the longest at a cold temperature?
  82. Investigation Of Foaming Capacity Of Different Washing Soap
  83. Measuring Solubility
  84. Pesticides in Fruits and Vegetables
  85. Preparation Of Cuprammonium Rayon Threads
  86. To Analyze a Sample of Brass Qualitatively
  87. To Check The Ions Present In The Toothpaste And Determine The Quality
  88. Preparation of Ink
  89. Preparation Of Soya bean Milk
  90. Measuring the Amount of Acetic Acid In Vinegar
  91. Preparation of Toilet Soaps
  92. Removal of Alcohol from the Body through Esterification
  93. Study of Constituents of an Alloy
  94. Study of Content of Ascorbic Acid in Citrus Fruits
  95. Does tea stain teeth?
  96. Does aspirin help plants to grow
  97.  How does microwave radiation affect different organisms?
  98. What music do bacteria enjoy most?
  99. Does 100% fruit juice have more vitamin C content than juices made with artificial ingredients?
  100. Build your own photo-bioreactor

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