The “Electrolysis Lab ” provides a written laboratory detailing the question, materials list, and procedure for a student to investigate what liquid is the best at conducting electricity; distilled water, lemon juice, distilled water and table salt, Gatorade ,distilled water and dish detergent, distilled water, or just tap water. In addition to the written lab, you are provided the step by step guide to the scientific method, a fill in the blank lab report (question, research, hypothesis, planning or procedure, record sheet, and conclusion), fact sheet, data sheet, and reflection sheet.
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