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Chemistry Projects for Class 11

Chemistry is a subject dealing with compounds and elements or matter molecular structure. In short, it seeks to understand what matter is made up of and how matter reacts to different conditions. Below is a list of Chemistry project ideas that may help students learn in depth about Chemistry concepts and theories.

  1. Dyeing of Wool, Silk and Cotton in Malachite Green
  2. Effect of Sodium Carbonate on Foaming Capacity of Soaps: to study the effects of adding sodium carbonate on foaming capacity of soap. Soaps and detergents are cleaning ingredients that are able to remove oil particles from surfaces because of their unique chemical properties.
  3. Effects of Dye on Different Types of Fabric
  4. The Effect of Curcumin on Metal Ions
  5. Synthesis of Bismuth Telluride Nano wires
  6. Synthesis and Decomposition of Aspirin
  7. Synthesis and Characterization of a Self-Healing Polymer
  8. Effects of Heat on Vitamin C in Tomatoes:  to prove if heating the tomatoes to three different temperatures can affect the level of Vitamin C; the Vitamin C content of tomatoes is likely to decrease when heated because it is a water soluble vitamin and affected by heat.
  9. Determine the Thickness of Zinc on a Piece of Galvanized Metal [Exp]
  10. Distillation of Water from an Aqueous Solution Using a Disposable Apparatus
  11. Candy Chromatography: testing colors used in candy to find out how many different colors are mixed to form a certain candy color.
  12. Electrical Cleavage of Mineral Ore
  13. Electrolyte Turns On the Solar Cell
  14. Environmental Pollution
  15. Evaluation of Drinking Water from Various Sources: to test for impurities and contaminants of various water sources in order to perhaps prove that bottled water does have more contaminants than other sources.
  16. Determination of the Relative Viscosities of Liquids
  17. Discover a Good Antifreeze (Freezing Point Depression)
  18. Reactions Between Ions in Solution Using Consumer Materials
  19. Physical Properties and Intermolecular Bonding in Solids
  20. Effect of Surface Area on the Rate of A Heterogeneous Reaction
  21. The Effects of Concentration on the Rate of a Reaction
  22. An Inexpensive Kinetics Experiment
  23. The Effect of a Catalyst on the Rate of a Reaction
  24. Catalysis Using Enzymes in Pineapple
  25. Acidity in Tea: Tea is an aromatic beverage which can be prepared in several different ways; and every method of preparation has a certain effect on the acidity of the beverage.
  26. Aldol Condensation
  27. Analysis Of Honey
  28. Analysis Of Vegetables And Fruit Juices
  29. Making and Testing a Simple Galvanic Cell
  30. Tracking Electrons
  31. The Chemistry of Copper Plating
  32. Production of Synthetic Fiber
  33. Determination of Contents of Tooth Powder: to find the determination of contents of tooth powder or to test the acid and basic radicals in the toothpowder
  34. Determine the Quantity of Casein in Milk
  35. Electrolysis of Potassium Iodide
  36. Magnesium Research
  37. Which fruits contain the most vitamin C?
  38. Compare fruits for their sugar content
  39. Get More Hydrogen from Your Water
  40. Glucose Monitoring in Porous Silicon Photonic Crystals
  41. Measuring the Amount of Acetic Acid In Vinegar
  42. Mohr’s salt: Mohr’s salt is prepared by dissolving an equimolar mixture of hydrated ferrous sulphate and ammonium sulphate in water; containing a little of sulphuric acid and the crystallization from the solution.
  43. Percentage Purity Of Iron Wire
  44. Pesticides in Fruits and Vegetables
  45. Preparation Of Cuprammonium Rayon Threads
  46. Which Road Deicer Corrodes Steel the Most?
  47. Extraction of Nicotine Sulphate from Samples of Cigarettes
  48. Formation and Characterization of Floating Self-Assembling Super-hydrophobic Nano-particle Membranes
  49. Fingerprinting the Crime Scene Investigation: This experiment involves different ways of fingerprinting and shows how they measure up to the most common method of fingerprinting which is bi-chromatic powder. The experiment tries to determine if bi-chromatic powder will work well on all surfaces.
  50. How can freezing make something warmer?
  51. Luminescent Silole Nano particles for Chromium (VI) Detection
  52. Ionic Equilibria Control by Hydrophilic Micellar Sequestration
  53. Innovative Method to Reduce VAT Dyes Electrolytically
  54. What Voltage Is Needed for Steel to be Protected
  55. Use of Exothermic Reactions
  56. The Formation of Frosty Diamond Crystals
  57. Preparation of Ink
  58. Preparation Of Soyabean Milk
  59. Preparation of Toilet Soaps
  60. Study of Content of Ascorbic Acid in Citrus Fruits
  61. Study of Diffusion of Solids in Liquids
  62. To Analyze a Sample of Brass Qualitatively
  63. To Check The Ions Present In The Toothpaste And Determine The Quality
  64. To Compare The Rate Of Evaporisation Of Water
  65. To study and calculate the content of ascorbic acid in different citrus fruits.
  66. Effects of Voltage and Concentration
  67. Effect of Temperature on the Decay of Ascorbic Acid
  68. Destruction of Natural Pigments by the Interaction of UV Light and Oxygen
  69. Correlation Between Conductivity and Corrosion
  70. Comparing Lactose Percentage between Whole Milk and Powdered Milk
  71. Comparison of the Citric Acid Concentration
  72. Content of Cold Drinks Available in the Market
  73. Determination Of Caffeine In Tea Samples
  74. Do oranges gain or lose Vitamin C after being picked?
  75. Explore the Effects of pH on Lead Testing
  76. Investigate the Kinetics of the Amazing Iodine Clock Reaction
  77. Use a Calorimeter to Measure the Heat Capacity of Water
  78. Studying Chemical Reaction Rates in Ultraviolet Beads
  79. Measure Luminescence in Glow-in-the-Dark Objects
  80. How to Extract Caffeine from Gunpowder Green Tea: caffeine will be extracted from gunpowder green tea using dichloromethane and anhydrous sodium sulphate.
  81. Determining the Empirical Formula of Potassium Chlorate through Thermal Decomposition: a spectrometer is used to analyze the light emitted by burning ion solutions.
  82. Why Are the Apples Brown
  83. Which Grease Is Good for You?
  84. Crystal growing projects: to create many shapes with crystals and even color these to be used as home decorations.
  85. Tests to find out which lubricants happen to be the most useful for reducing friction on different kinds of surfaces.
  86. Experimenting with salt to see how much of it is needed to make various objects float.
  87. Penny chemistry: cleaning different pennies and coating them with verdigris and plating these with copper.
  88. Invisible ink: reacts with some other chemicals to become visible or makes the paper so weak that the message can be seen when held over heat sources.
  89. Color fire: is safe and the ashes are found to have different chemical compositions depending on what ingredients have been added.
  90. Baking soda and the vinegar: baking soda volcano can be created using a baking dish, vinegar, baking soda, food colors, plastic soda bottles, warm water, dishwashing soap, cooking oil, salt and flour.
  91. Alchemy: the transmutation of the base metals into gold
  92. Measuring amount of acetic acid present in vinegar
  93. Estimation of Content of Bone Ash
  94. Green Chemistry: Bio-Diesel and Bio-Petrol
  95. Sterilization of Water using Bleaching Powder
  96. Analysis of Fertilizers
  97. Variation of Conductance in Electrolytes
  98. Study the Adulterants in Food
  99. Study of Rate of Fermentation of Juices
  100. Metal coupling in rusting of Iron

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