Baking Soda Vinegar Balloon Experiment?

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The baking soda and vinegar balloon experiment is simple and requires only four materials. First, find a glass bottle with a narrow neck. Next, put some baking soda in the bottle. Have a balloon ready next to the bottle. Pour in some vinegar and quickly put the balloon over the top of the bottle, making sure air can't get out of the side. The balloon should blow up.
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1. Pour 2 tbsp. of vinegar and 2 tbsp. of water into the bottle. 2. Put 2 tbsp. of baking soda into the balloon using the funnel. 3. Stretch and secure the opening of the balloon
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1. Buy or get a balloon. It doesn't matter really what kind. Works well on both water and normal balloons. 2. Add vinegar, 2 tablespoons. (To be done when balloon in a limp form)
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What actually happens is this: the acetic acid (that's what makes vinegar sour) reacts with sodium bicarbonate (a compound that's in baking soda) to form carbonic acid. It's really
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Pretty basically the acid in the vinegar reacts to the bicarbonate in the baking soda to form fizz and bubbles. Everyone who has taken a science class has had a chance to see this
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