Asked in Science
Why would you remove the egg shell first if it were to be placed in vinegar?
Asked in Science
When the egg was placed in vinegar which way did the water molecules move?
When the egg was placed in vinegar the water molecules moved into the egg making the egg larger. The vinegar was simply used to dissolve the shell. ...
Asked in Organic Chemistry
How is vinegar able to remove an egg's calcium shell?
Vinegar is acidic and acid is the enemy of calcium(that's why sodas are harmful to our bodys calcium levels). That's why the shell rubs off so easily ...
Asked in Cooking Techniques
What happens when a egg is placed into vinegar overnight?
The shell dissolves and your left with the "skin" under the shell. The egg will resemble a water balloon which can easily pop and make a mess. ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds
How is an egg able to remove its calcium shell in vinegar?
Vinegar is acidic and acid is technically the enemy of calcium therefore it rubs the shell off the egg so easily. This is why sodas are harmful to our body calcium levels. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Is it possible to remove the egg shell of a freshly laid egg without boiling and peeling the egg shell?
Yes, it is possible by putting the egg in a glass and filling the glass up with vinegar. To make this successful, leave the egg in vinegar for around 24 hours or until the shell is completely dissolved. ...
Asked in Noble Gases
Why can helium be placed in group II?
The reason it can be placed in group II is because it has 2 electrons in its outside shell (also its only shell) and the groups represent how many electrons in the elements outside shell, the reason it is normally placed in group 8 or 0 is because the first shell has a maximum of 2 electrons and all elements that have a full outside shell are placed in group 8/0 and can't normally react. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Organic Chemistry
Why will an egg dissolve faster in vinegar than in water?
An egg will dissolve faster in vinegar because the vinegar brakes down the eggs shell. Water does nothing to the eggs shell. ...
Asked in Science Experiments
What is the hypothesis of the egg and vinegar experiment?
The shell will releases because the vinegar is stronger then the egg shell, but the inner parts of the egg will still remain. ...