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Lets get started. Everyone slowly pour the vinegar in with the baking soda and record what we see.
I see lots of bubbles Mr. Griffin.
Mr. Griffin, nothing is happening to my mixture. I don't think I did it right.
Mr. Griffin mine is bubbling over and spilling on the floor.
Those are all great observations Hannah, Josh, and Travis. Why do you think that some have a few bubbles, some have many, and some have none?
We each used a different technique
We used different amounts of products.
Maybe Josh didn't have baking soda and had powdered sugar instead?
Those are great answers. Lets try to organize our data and conclude our experiment.
In conclusion, when adding baking soda and vinegar together there is a bubbly reaction which creates carbon dioxide. The results can accept our hypothesis.
NaHCO3 + HCH3COO = CO2
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