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Observe the reaction of baking soda within a Ziplog bag.

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Subject: Simple Chemistry 2

Description: Students make a common metal dissolve with vinegar. Then, they discover what happens when red cabbage juice is mixed with an acid and a base.

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Part of Science Kit: None
Category: Chemistry
Created by: Mr. Science
Added: May 21, 2008
| Number of views: 4761
| Number of times started: 264
| Number of ratings: 1
| Average rating: (3.00)

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