Essential Oils from Plants

Essential Oils from Plants Experiment

Essential Oils from Plants Experiment Introduction Some plants contain pleasant smelling oils called essential oils. These oils can be extracted by steam distillation, in which steam is passed into a mixture of the crushed plant material and water. The oils, being volatile, will vaporise and can be collected together with water. in the distillate. The…

Waste Palm Cooking Oil as Candle Making Materials

Waste Palm Cooking Oil as Candle Making Materials

Waste Palm Cooking Oil as Candle Making Materials Indonesia is one of the largest palm oil producers in the world. In the past decade, the average growth of Indonesian palm oil production reached 21.67 percent to tens of millions of tons. Unfortunately, the great potential of oil palm in Indonesia has not been maximally utilized….

Top 10 experiment about lava lamp

Top 5 experiment about lava lamp

A lava lamp (or Astro lamp) is a decorative novelty item, invented in 1963 by British accountant Edward Craven Walker, the founder of the British lighting company Mathmos. The lamp consists of a bolus of a special coloured wax mixture inside a glass vessel, the remainder of which contains clear or translucent liquid, the vessel…

Make Guava Leaf Soap Experiment

Preface Nowadays people focus on herbs, especially utilizing the plants that exist in our environment. One example is a cashew plant (Psidium guajava Linn). Based on research this plant is good for healing and treating wounds and other skin infections. So in research, we will make bath soap from guava, because this plant is effective…

Make snowball Experiment

Preface A snowball is a ball-shaped ball made of snow. The simplest snow ball is made by snowmaking by hand and condensing it into a fist-sized ball. Snowballs are widely used in various games such as snowballing, and snowman making. Compacting it with high pressure will make the snow ball as hard as ice so…

Soap which has been established then colored to give power to taste good aesthetic value and given fragrance to give fragrance to the soap.

Making Liquid Soap From Skin Kapook Tree (Ceiba petandra Gaertn) And Waste Cooking Oil

Waste Cooking oil is a cooking oil that has been used repeatedly. This oil is to used household needs, generally can be reused for culinary concern, but when viewed from its chemical composition, waste cooking oil contains carcinogenic compounds, which occur during frying process (Anonymous, 2011a), so it is quite worrying when we reused for…

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