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Testing the absorbtion

Kyleigh Frick, a third-grade student at Milam Elementary School, reveals her science project during the school’s science fair Feb. 16 at Milam. For her experiment, Frick selected four paper towel brands and, using a half-cup of food-colored water, tested to see which brand was most absorbent. Her results showed that Brawny paper towels were most absorbent, holding approximately 46-milileters of water.



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This work, Testing the absorbtion [Image 1 of 3], by SGT Brandon Bednarek, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.16.2012

Date Posted:02.22.2012 17:10

Photo ID:529595

VIRIN:120216-A-ZF401-003

Resolution:3762x2848

Size:2.7 MB

Location:FORT BLISS, TX, USGlobe

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