Water Stacking Experiment – The Sugar Water Density Tower!
Hey Everyone and welcome back to the lab.
In this video we attempt to stack water in layers!! Using sugar to change the density of water, we are able to create different layers of colored water. The amount of sugar in water changes the density. Liquids with lower density float on top of liquids with higher density. We start with the water that has the most sugar and then STACK the water on top of each using a pipette and A LOT of patience! This experiment is all about going very very slow. But the end effect is really cool and demonstrates the effects of density.
Give it a try and use different colors to see what type of rainbow effect you can create in your density tower.
Make sure to comment below if you tried this experiment. And as always, have FUN!!!
★☆★ SUGAR WATER DENSITY COLUMN ★☆★
4 Cups or Glasses
6 Tablespoons of Sugar
4 Cups of Warm Water
Food Coloring or Dye
Tall Glass or Column
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