Science Experiments Ideas
Stretch a piece of balloon rubber over the mouth of a milk bottle and stick a straw on top of it. As the air pressure varies daily according to the state of the weather, the end of the straw moves up and down.When the air pressure is higher in fine weather, the rubber is pressed inwards, and the end of the pointer rises. When the air pressure falls, the pressure on the rubber is reduced, and the pointer falls. Because the air in the bottle will expand if it is heated, the barometer should be placed in a spot where the temperature will remain constant.