Baking Powder and Water Reaction
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Let's make a cake today! The kids will love it!
Well there is some flour, sugar, baking powder, and a few more!
Mom what are some of the ingredients in the cake?
Now that the cake is in the oven, do you have any questions?
The cake rises because of the reaction between the baking powder and water inside the cake.
Why does the cake rise?
What starts off as baking powder and water is then changed into sodium, carbon dioxide, and water.
The reactants are what it starts off as and the products are what the reaction makes.
The reaction between baking powder and water creates carbon dioxide. Which is a gas this gas makes the cake rise.
Energy is produced when the baking powder and water interact.
What was that?
Oh no! The cake over flowed and exploded! I must have added to much baking powder,
Because the cake overflowed I know that I added to much baking powder! This made the cake rise to much and created a nasty mess in the oven,
Sorry kids, no cake today. Now I know not to add to much baking powder so I'll never have to clean up a mess like that again.
That's okay! Maybe we'll have cake some other time!
That's alright mom!