does different depths affect the Buoyant force of Exhailed Air,
CO2, Helium in a balloon, a wet suit hood, and a tennis ball.
Air in Balloon
Diuoxide in Balloon
-2 2x4 peices of wood
-lots of srews
-fifteen feet of string maked every foot
two bags of car snow chains for weight
-four five pond dumbbells for weight
-a bag of balloons
-tank full of helium
-a peice of a wetsuit
every foot you go down you must record the data off of
spring scale to find the bouyant force in the object
different depths do affect Buoyant force of Exhailed Air, CO2,
Helium in a balloon, a wet suit hood, and a tennis ball.