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Get ready for a amazing fun to do experiment but remember safety first
Because we are dealing with chemicals that can irritate your skin and eyes, you must wear goggles and gloves!
You will need: A clean 16 ounce plastic soda bottle 1/2 cup 20-volume hydrogen peroxide liquid (20-volume is a 6% solution, ask an adult to get this from ...
1. Hydrogen peroxide can irritate skin and eyes, so put on your goggles and gloves! Now carefully pour the hydrogen peroxide into the bottle. 2. Add 8 drops of ...
In a separate small cup, combine the warm water and the yeast together and mix for about 30 seconds. Let the foam begin! Pour the yeast water mixture ...
This foam that you created is only made of soap yeast and Hydrogen Peroxide, which can all be washed dowm the drain.
Chose one of these to make it an experiment: 1. Does the amount of yeast change the amount of foam produced? 2. Does the experiment work as well ...
Experiment 1 Dish Soap http://youtu.be/78vbvH_AREE Experiment 2 Laundrey Soap http://youtu.be/nNxxUv3kzSI 0%
Hydrogen peroxide and the yeast werw mixed together and released oxygen. The yeast helped remove the oxygen from the hydrogen peroxide. Since it did this very fast, it created ...
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