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it has a special ingredient called Vinegar Mother that's kind of similar to yeast.
put vinegar and baking soda into a bottle, then put the cork inquickly, and the cork will go flying out along with a lot of fizzand bubbles
Yes, Neutralization.The resultant product is sodium acetate, a salt
Hydrogen peroxide is H2O2; baking soda is H2CO3. While both chemicals are relatively reactive, any reaction would be outside of the standard five described (composition, decom…position, single replacement, double replacement, combustion). If you would like to watch a rather explosive home chemical reaction, mix baking soda with vinegar. WARNING - DO THIS IN A SINK OR OTHER EASILY CLEANABLE AREA! IT WILL MAKE A LARGE MESS! This is the reaction used to make the volcano explode for grade school science fair projects.
Yes you can. You can do it using Peroxide and Baking Soda
You can make vinegar and baking soda to create a chemical reaction.
The internet video that shows a mountain dew "flashlight" was a hoax. They simply used the solution found in glow sticks, which made it appear that adding simple household ing…redients would cause it to glow.
When baking soda and vinegar are mixed, hydrogen ions from the vinegar react with the bicarbonate ions from the baking soda to form a new chemical called carbonic acid. The ca…rbonic acid immediately decomposes into carbon dioxide gas and water. It is this carbon dioxide gas that you see bubbling and foaming as soon as yiou mix baking soda and vinegar together. NaHCO3 (aq) + CH3COOH (aq) --> CO2 (g) +H2O (l) +CH3COONa (aq)
yes... it bubbles
yes it foams up and is sometimes used as lava in model volcanoes
I tried it twice so I don't think so. Unless I was doing it wrong.
No. Glow stick uses a rather complicated chemical reaction that involves, among other things, hydrogen peroxide and a fluorescent dye.
the yeast reacts wsith the peroxide.
It doesn't. It's a hoax. I've tried it, it didn't work. I then looked around the internet and found several places confirming it as a hoax.