CSEF Category Awards: 2019
Chemistry

Junior Division

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Awards Ceremony photo to come

J0619 — First Place
Alexis T. MacAvoy, Grade 8
Designing Efficient, Low-Cost, Eco-Friendly Activated Carbon for Removal of Heavy Metals from Water
Advisor: Mr. Brittan Bounds
School: Crocker (William H.) Middle School, Hillsborough, San Mateo County
J0616 — Second Place
Aditi B. Kiran, Grade 6
Effect of the Amount of Glycerin on the Strength of Starch-Based Bioplastics
Advisor: Mrs. Vimala Sampath
School: Challenger School, Newark, Alameda County
J0614 — Third Place
Hannah K. Hessler, Grade 8
Can Dry D-cell Batteries Oxidize Carbon Monoxide to Save Your Life in a Fire?
Advisor: Mrs. Felicia Patton
School: Stockdale Christian School, Bakersfield, Kern County
J0610 — Fourth Place
Aralyn Connolly, Grade 7
Claire Tsai, Grade 7
The Effect of Temperature and Light Exposure on Pigments in Picked Leafy Greens
Advisor: Mr. Don Angelo, Ms. Yunpei Tsai
School: Castillero Middle School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J0602 — Honorable Mention
Lucile L.B. Allen, Grade 8
How to Build a Better Cupcake
Advisor: Mrs. Susan Sherwood
School: Three Rivers Union School, Three Rivers, Tulare County
J0604 — Honorable Mention
Trevor K. Berry, Grade 6
Studying the Decomposition of Cotton and Polyester Fabric
Advisor: Mrs. Heather Bridger
School: Quail Lake Environmental Charter School, Clovis, Fresno County
J0617 — Honorable Mention
Malvyn Lai, Grade 8
Catalyst Efficiency for Producing Energy Fuels by Water Splitting
Advisor: Mr. Huy Tran
School: Mt. Everest Academy, San Diego, San Diego County
J0624 — Honorable Mention
Daniel Puga, Grade 7
Metal Corrosion: How Oxygen Affects the Rate of Corrosion in a Wet/Dry Case
Advisor: Mr. Patricio Puga
School: St. John's Lutheran School, Bakersfield, Kern County


Listings of All projects in this panel and All Category Awards

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