Subject: What does a candle emit when it burns?
Date: Thu May 21 09:11:37 2009
Posted by Daniel
Grade level: K-3
City: Atlanta State/Province: GA
Area of science: Chemistry
Today, our experiment was to test to see what happens when a piece of ice was
held close to a small candle flame. The obvious results were: the ice melted,
and the melting ice extinguished the flame. The surprise result was that a
black spot appeared on the ice. We guessed it might be carbon. Are we right?
Re: What does a candle emit when it burns?
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