Thursday, 21 June 2018


1.  What are differences between metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous rocks?
Metamorphic: Is the rock that changed from Sedimentary rock and igneous rock.
Sedimentary: Is the rock that form by the sediment in the river
Igneous: Is the rock that form by cooling the magma.

2.  What rock did you find the most interesting?  Why?
For me, the most interesting rock is the igneous rock because it has a large crystal and it looks valuable.

3.  What are grains in the rocks?  can  you show me?
Grain is the texture of the rock. This tells us how the rock feel for example Pummis looks harsh.

4.  What are the crystals in the rocks?  can you show me?
The crystal in the rock is like the crystal but it is in the rock. Example Quartz in the rock.

Thursday, 7 June 2018

Density Lab

This is the number of the rock

Here are the link to my google sheet that use the number below:
Here are some picture that tells us the number for the google sheet

Thursday, 24 May 2018

Basic Science Equipment

Cylinder: Used to measure liquid in ML

Bottle: Used to collect example of substance

                               Evaporating dish: For evaporate liquid mixture 

                                          Funnel: Makes pouring easier

                    Watch Glass: used to evaporating very small amount of liquid or                      used as a beaker cover

                Flask: Used to store liquid & measure it (estimate)

Wind shield: Protecting bunsen burner from being extinguish 
Wire Gauze: Used to spread the heat of bunsen burner

Beaker: Used to measure liquid in ML

Clamp: Used to hold Object when heating with Bunsen Burner
O-wire: Used for microbiology study
 Test Tube: Used to stored substance

Spatula: Used for moving solid chemical 

Stiring rod: Used to mixed and stir solution

Pipet: Used to move a small amount of liquid