How to Make Artificial Clouds Inside A Container?

How to Make Artificial Clouds Inside A Container?

How to Make Artificial Cloud At Home? A Very Easy Method

I have published a curiosity series related to the manufacture and use of science equipment for lower secondary and secondary level home experiments. This type of project can be also considered to be fun science. Some of our topics related to these are – Elementary Science Project, Science Project for Kids, Stem Fair ideas, Fun Science, etc, Easy Science project ideas, etc. You may curious about How to make Artificial Cloud? by a very simple idea and with affordable material. The making of Artificial Clouds that I am going to show is very Simple.

Necessary Materials for Making of Artificial Clouds?

Following materials are needed to do this science demonstration. This is a very interesting project that you can do at your home. You will be amazed after doing this.

  • A transparent container with the opening wide
  • Water
  • Fine powder of chalk
  • A piece of a balloon that can cover the opening of the container
  • 2-3 rubber-bands.

Method of Making of Artificial Clouds?

Put water in the container as shown in the picture and close it with the cap and then lay it closed for about 10 minutes. Then open the cap and put a teaspoonful powder of chalk into the container. Stretch out the piece of balloon and cover the opening of the container with it and bind it with the rubber band. Lay it in the same condition for 3-4 minutes. Now press the piece of a balloon tied over the opening of the container, with a finger. As a result, the pressure inside the container will increase. Just after a short while, remove the finger and look into the bottle. There will be seen could-like shapes over the surface of the water. If the shapes are not seen or not obviously seen, press the opening again.

How to Make Artificial Clouds Inside A Container?

Reason: Why Artificial Clouds Are Formed?

When the piece of a balloon tied over the opening is pressed and then left, the air inside the container cools and some water vapors clots in the chalk-powder because of which there are seen the cloud-like appearances.

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