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Egg Osmosis Experiment. Terence Guanzon 8-17. Purpose. To observe osmosis in a cell. 1)Place eggs in vinegar to remove the cell. 2)Measure it’s weight. 3)Measure it’s width. 4)Place egg in water and corn syrup. 5)Weigh and measure it again. Hypothesis. Corn Syrup:

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Egg osmosis experiment

Egg Osmosis Experiment

Terence Guanzon 8-17


Purpose
Purpose

  • To observe osmosis in a cell.

    1)Place eggs in vinegar to remove the cell.

    2)Measure it’s weight.

    3)Measure it’s width.

    4)Place egg in water and corn syrup.

    5)Weigh and measure it again.


Hypothesis
Hypothesis

  • Corn Syrup:

    I think the egg is going to get heavier for it’s weight.

    I think that the egg will get a little bit bigger for it’s size.

    I think the egg will look shiny.


Hypothesis1
Hypothesis

  • Water:

    I think that the egg will get Lighter.

    I think that the egg will stay the same size.

    I think the for the eggs look will be the same.


Materials
Materials

  • Corn Syrup

  • Water Vinegar

  • Balance

  • String/Measuring Tape




Observations corn syrup water egg
Observations Corn Syrup/ Water Egg

  • Corn Syrup:

  • Shrivelled

  • Bubbles were on top of the glass

  • Floating

    More bubbles

    Foam

    More bubbles

    5. Water:

    Puffy


24 hours later
24 Hours Later

  • Both Eggs:

  • Squishy

  • Foamy



Conclusion

Conclusion

My Corn Syrup hypothesis is wrong:

The egg got lighter than heavier.

The egg got smaller, not bigger.

The corn syrup egg looked different because it looked all squishy and I said it would look all shiney.

My Water Egg hypothesis:

The egg got heavier, not lighter.

I thought the egg would stay the same size, but then it got larger.

The water looked the same just like what I said.


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