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Ammonia can be a substitute for bleach.
-Two flasks made for chemistry purposes -Vinegar -Bleach (or ammonia) -1 balloon -Sodium
Put all your materials aside except for your sodium and one of the flasks. Remove one piece of sodium from it's bottle, dry off the oils with a ...
Using the second flask, open the vinegar and pour about 1/2 of a cup into the flask. Make sure to shut the vinegar, you won't need it anymore.
Now with the flask of vinegar, get your bleach (or plain ammonia) and balloon ready. As soon as you pour 1/2 cup of bleach into your flask, cover ...
Pinch off the end of the balloon with one hand, and remove it from the flask. Make sure to pinch the balloon tightly so none of the chlorine ...
Take the first flask you used, containing a piece of sodium, and cover the flask's lid with the balloon. At this point, you should have a reaction that ...
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