Introduction: Black Magic Chemical Reaction
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 turns from clear to black after a few simple steps.
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Step 1: Gather Items
-Measuring cup and 3 glasses
-Sodium sulfite and citric acid mixture
Step 2: Cup 1
-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)
Step 3: Cup 2
-Add 3/4 cup of water to cup #2
-Add 1/4 TSP of sodium iodate(stir until disolved)
Step 4: Combining
-Mix the liquids
-Pour cup #1 into cup #2
-Pour cup #2 back into cup #1
-Pour cup #1 into cup #3
Step 5: Vuala!
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!!