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Chemical Reaction Experiment - Soapy Froth

 
Soapy Froth
Materials you will need:

• Vinegar
• A Bowl
• Washing Powder
 
Steps

1.  Take a spoonful of soap powder and place it in the bowl.

2. Add several drops of the vinegar onto the soap powder in the bowl.

Watch to see what happens.

This reaction becomes a bubbling froth that gives off carbon dioxide gas.

Once it finishes frothing, it leaves behind a salt substance that is not edible (DO NOT eat this salt).

This chemical reaction is caused by the vinegar acting as the acid and the soda is the base.

You may want to do this experiment outside so you can hose away the mess.

 
 
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