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Salt solution concentration effects on the speed of a Hot Wheels™ Formula Fuelers racer

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Title: Salt solution concentration effects on the speed of a Hot Wheels™ Formula Fuelers racer
Subject: Chemistry / Engineering
Grade level: Primary School - Grades K-3
Academic Level: Ordinary
Project Type: Experimental
Cost: Medium
Awards: 1st place, Canada Wide Virtual Science Fair (2005)
Affiliation: Canada Wide Virtual Science Fair (VSF)
Year: 2005
Description: Make different fuels by adding 10 ml of table salt to different amounts of tap water. Fill the fuel cell, up to the “MAX” line, with each solution of salt and water. Record how long it takes for the car to get to the finish line.

Formula Fuelers run on special formulas that kids make themselves. Which is faster, soda or juice? Each vehicle comes with a mixing container and Nitrox2 liquid, tablets and powders for mixing the special formula made from various household products.

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