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Chemistry Projects for Class 12

Chemistry deals with compounds, elements, and molecular structure of matter.  Students of class 12 who have enrolled for science subjects have to study chemistry to find out what substances are made up of and how these react to different conditions.

  1. Acidity in Tea: Tea is a beverage which can be prepared in different ways and each method of preparation is bound to have a certain effect on its acidity.
  2.  Aldol Condensation: an organic reaction in which an enolate ion reacts with a carbonyl compound to form a β-hydroxyaldehyde or β-hydroxyketone, followed by dehydration to give a conjugated enone.
  3. Analysis Of Honey
  4. How Does Seawater Affect the Corrosion of Iron
  5. Does Acid Make Steel Rust Faster
  6. How to Increase the Speed of a Reaction
  7. Analysis of Vegetables and Fruit Juices: to analyze some fruits & vegetables juice for the contents present in them. Most fruits and vegetables contain carbohydrates and proteins in small quantities.
  8. Color Me Blue
  9. Project to determine contents of cold drinks
  10. Study of diffusion of solids in liquids
  11. Studying the adulterants present in food
  12. Determine content of caffeine in tea samples
  13. Presence of insecticides and pesticides in fruits and vegetables
  14. Preparation of rayon threads from filter paper
  15. Studying the foaming capacity of soaps
  16. What Voltage Is Needed for Steel to be Protected
  17. Can Electricity Affect the Hardness of Water
  18. Determining the Relationship between temperature of a water sample and its turbidity level
  19. Preparation of soyabean milk
  20. Project to compare rate of fermentation of different samples of wheat flour, gram flour, rice flour and potato
  21. Comparing Lactose Percentage between Whole Milk and Powdered Milk
  22. Comparison of the Citric Acid Concentration
  23. Evaluation of Drinking Water from Various Sources
  24. Determine the Quantity of Casein in Milk
  25. Discoveries In The Field Of Chemistry
  26. Dyeing of Wool, Silk and Cotton in Malachite Green: The dyed fabrics appear to be colored because a particular dye absorbs radiations of specific wavelengths from the visible region of electromagnetic radiations which fall on its surface.
  27. Effect Of Sodium Carbonate On Foaming Capacity Of A Soap
  28. Effects of Dye on Different Types of Fabric: This project proves that wool and silk absorb the dye well and the use of mordant helps in giving fast color to cotton cloth
  29. To Determine which Antacid Neutralizes Stomach Acid Most
  30. Project on variation of conductance in electrolytes
  31. Measuring solubility of saturated solutions
  32. Effects of Heat on Vitamin C in Tomatoes
  33. Electrical Cleavage of Mineral Ore
  34. Electrolyte Turns On the Solar Cell
  35. To Prepare a Smoke Bomb
  36. To Study the Digestion of Starch by Salivary Amylase
  37. Environmental Pollution: Pollution control is a term used in environmental management and refers to the control of emissions and effluents into air, water or soil. Without this, waste products from consumption, heating, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, transportation and other human activities, whether they accumulate or disperse, will degrade the environment.
  38. 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.
  39. Project to estimate content of bone ash
  40. Determine the Thickness of Zinc on a Piece of Galvanized Metal
  41. Distillation of Water from an Aqueous Solution Using a Disposable Apparatus
  42. Candy Chromatography
  43. A Comparison of the Solubility of Carbon Dioxide in Water at Various Temperatures
  44. The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Reaction
  45. Determination of the Relative Viscosities of Liquids
  46. Discover a Good Antifreeze (Freezing Point Depression)
  47. Get More Hydrogen from Your Water
  48. Glucose Monitoring in Porous Silicon Photonic Crystals
  49. Effect of Surface Area on the Rate of A Heterogeneous Reaction
  50. The Effect of Concentration on the Rate of a Reaction
  51. An Inexpensive Kinetics Experiment
  52. The Effect of a Catalyst on the Rate of a Reaction
  53. Study of Content of Ascorbic Acid in Citrus Fruits
  54. Removal of Alcohol from the Body through Esterification: to determine if organic acids can react effectively with ethanol in an esterification reaction, and possibly be used to eliminate alcohol from the human body.
  55. To Study the Presence of Oxalate Ion In Guava Fruit
  56. Making and Testing a Simple Galvanic Cell
  57. Tracking Electrons
  58. The Chemistry of Copper Plating
  59. Production of Synthetic Fiber
  60. Water Concentration and Texture
  61. Translucent Egg: To demonstrate how to create a translucent egg by causing a chemical reaction to break-down its calcium and erode its shell.
  62. Which Grease Is Good for You?
  63. Oven Baked Ice Cream
  64. To show how air bubbles can slow the penetration of hot air, resulting in a delicious baked ice-cream cookie treat!
  65. Paper Marbling: To make swirling pattern on paper for unique designs, mimicking marble.
  66. Rubbery Egg: To demonstrate the importance of calcium for healthy teeth and bones.
  67. Rust and Moisture: To find out if the phenomenon of rusting is dependent on the presence of moisture
  68. Which of the Plant Material Used Would Make the Best Red Color on Fabric
  69. Which Road Deicer Corrodes Steel the Most?
  70. Elucidation of Molecular Structure and Bonding by Viscosity
  71. Innovative Method to Reduce VAT Dyes Electrolytically
  72. Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation on Crystal Growth
  73. Testing Known Antioxidants for Inhibition of Peroxidation
  74. The Effect of Pill Type on Disintegration Rate and Process
  75. Oxidation of Dopamine by High-Valent Manganese
  76. Pigment Separation in Allium cepa (Red Onions)
  77. Control of Hydrophilicity in Nanoporous Zeolite Film
  78. The Effect of an Acidic Environment on Dental Amalgam
  79. Synthesis of Bismuth Telluride Nanowires
  80. Chemistry Project on Fatty Material of Different Soap Samples
  81. Chemistry Projects Chemistry Project on Extraction of Essential Oil from Aniseed
  82. Luminescent Silole Nano particles for Chromium (VI) Detection
  83. Comparing Two Recipes of Biodiesel
  84. Dissolving Solutes: To find out how solutes behave when mixed with solvents
  85. Distillation of Water
  86. To convert impure water into chemically pure water by distillation
  87. Evaporating Liquids: To examine what happens to various liquids when they have been left in the sun for extended periods of time.
  88. Expanding Soap: to demonstrate how the heating of water inside a bar of ivory soap can cause a chemical reaction that results in the expansion of the soap.
  89. Growing a Crystal: To grow a crystal of Potash Alum
  90. Home-Made Glue: To create light, non-toxic and environmentally-friendly glue from household products.
  91. Homemade Snowflakes: showing the growth of crystals in reaction to water temperature by creating homemade snowflakes.
  92. Use of Exothermic Reactions
  93. The Formation of Frosty Diamond Crystals
  94. The Effect of Curcumin on Metal Ions
  95. An Ionic Inquiry Yields Saline Solutions
  96. Analysis of Water for Mercury using Light
  97. Acid vs. Teeth
  98. Why Are the Apples Brown
  99. How Can Freezing Make Something Warmer
  100. Fingerprinting the Crime Scene Investigation

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