Published on March 7, 2014
Air: is it really there?
Matter •Liquid •Solid •Gas: air
Question Does air take up space?
Hypothesis What do you think? 1. Yes, it takes up space. 2. No it doesn´t take up space.
Method •Put a napkin into a cap. •Put the cap upside down into a bowl with water. •Pull out the cap . •Observe the napkin.
Conclusion Is the napkin wet? Why? Does air take up space?
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