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Supplies: Apron Goggles Gloves 3 beakers Stiring rod Glass jar with a screw on top or a glass soda bottle with a cork 3 grams of Silver Nitrate ...
Step 1. Get ready for safty! Put on your apron, googles, and your gloves.
Step 2. Place the 3 grams of silver nitrate into a beaker and add water and stir until the silver nitrate disovles.
Step 3. Place the 3 grams of sodium hydroxide into a beaker and add water and stir until the sodium hydroxide disolves.
Step 4. Pour the disolved silver nitrate and the sodium hydroxide into your jar or glass soda bottle. In return you will get a brown liquid that looks ...
Step 5. Add ammonia into the same jar or glass soda bottle until the chemical liquid truns back to a clear liquid.
Step 6. Add the 4 grams of sugar into the same jar or glass soda bottle.
Step 7. If you have a glass jar, screw on your lid. If you have a glass soda bottle, close it with a cork
Step 8. Shake your jar or glass soda bottle vigorously until the inside is not transparent.
Step 9. Wait until your jar or glass soda bottle turns sliver.
Step 10. As you dump the remains in the sink. YOU NEED TO DILUTE THE LIQUID WITH WATER WHILE YOU POUR DOWN THE DRAIN!
Step 11. Re close your jar or glass soda bottle and NEVER open it!
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