What Makes An Egg Float?


In order to get an egg to float the water must have salt in it. When you place an egg in water the egg is more dense so it will sink if you start adding salt to the water the water becomes more dense and therefore the egg will begin to float.You can
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1. Gather your students or audience around a large, flat table so the experiment can be seen by everyone watching. 2. Fill a regular, tall drinking glass or a graduated cylinder to
1 Get a glass that's filled almost to the top. Ad 2 Fill it with 2 tablespoons of salt.
if an egg floats in water, that means it's fresh.
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