Walking Water Science Experiment

Anais Dupairaud
Walking Water Science Experiment

Walking Water Science Experiment

Color theory, capillary action. With paper towels, the molecules in the water are attracted to the molecules in the paper towels.

This causes the water to slowly move from the jar, up through the paper towel, and into the next jar. Eventually, the water level in all the jars will even out.

The walking water experiment does not take long.

In about 5 to 10 minutes, the color will move up the paper towel and start to fill the jar next to it.

Usually, the process is complete in just a couple of hours, although in some cases, it may take up to 8 hours for the colors to fully move from one jar to the other and combine to make the secondary colors.

Activity done with JK class.

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Walking Water Science Experiment
July 26, 2023
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