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Blood Splatter Lab

  1. Mar 1, 2005 #1

    So recently my teacher assigned a blood splatter lab. The lab consisted of using fake blood and changing an aspect of how blood would collide with surface e.g. angle, height, etc. Then we were suppose to observe the change in result e.g. volume, area, etc. I did height and the area of splatter, so essentially changing the height (10cm-100cm going up in increments of 10 cm) then I measured the area of each projected blood drop. Now I have all my data but how would area be proportional to force of gravity or potential energy, I’m having a hard time grasping the relationships in this lab. A little help and guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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