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This chemical reaction is kind of different than ones you may be use to. In this reaction, there is no fire, no explosions, only color changing. The water ...
-Stiring rod -Measuring cup and 3 glasses -Measuring spoon -Sodium sulfite and citric acid mixture -Sodium iodate -Starch pellets
-Add 3/4 cup of water in cup #1 -Add one starch pellet into the cup of water(stir until disolved) -Add 1/2 TSP of sodium sulfite/citric acid(stir until disolved)
-Add 3/4 cup of water to cup #2 -Add 1/4 TSP of sodium iodate(stir until disolved)
-Mix the liquids -Pour cup #1 into cup #2 -Pour cup #2 back into cup #1 -Pour cup #1 into cup #3
You did it! If the expiriment did NOT work, try again. Make sure your measurements are exact. Even if it did fail, congratulations! You did science!!! SCIENCE!!
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