Liquid Layers Density Experiment
Budding scientists of all ages will enjoy exploring the concept of density in this Liquid Layers Density Experiment. This experiment is super easy to perform with a few liquid ingredients that you likely already have in your kitchen pantry.
When you perform this experiment, the different liquids will separate into individual layers instead of mixing together as one might expect them to. You will observe three distinct layers. The vegetable oil is the least dense of the three so it rises to the top. The corn syrup is the most dense of the bunch and automatically settles at the bottom of the jar forming its own layer.
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