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Can You Control the Gas?

By:Alexsys Ortiz
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Miss Tanis

on 25 September 2012

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Can You Control the Gas? What would happen if we added twice as much baking soda, vinegar, & dish soap to cup number one, that to cup number two? Investigation Question! My Hypothesis is that if we add twice as much baking soda, vinegar, & dish soap to cup number one than to cup number two, the gas level in cup number one's balloon will increase more than cup number two's balloon. My Hypothesis! cup number one
cup number two Data!!!! Materials!! balloon ( cup ) number two Procedure! What happened! By: Alexsys C. Ortiz =) Enjoy!! there so COLORFUL ! cup #1 cup #2 baking soda vinegar dish soap Which one made more gas? 40 ml. 20 ml. 10 ml. 20 ml. 10 ml. 5 ml. This one?! This one?! baking soda
vinegar
2 balloons
2 graduated cylinders
dropper
dish soap
finally a scoop balloon (cup) number one First, we will gather our materials, then grab your first graduated cylinder with your scoop get your baking soda and add it into the graduated cylinder. fill that up until it gets two the 40 ml. line. with your dropper measure 20 ml. of vinegar then grab your first balloon and squirt the vinegar from the dropper into the balloon. next, with that same dropper get your dish soap and measure 10 ml. of your dish soap and also add it into the balloon with the vinegar in the balloon. Carfully, with the opening of the balloon rap it around the opening of the graduated cylinder, and let the elements in the balloon lay to the side. with all your same materials, get your second graduated cylinder and your second balloon. with your scoop and baking soda, add your baking soda into your graduated cylinder and add it till it gets too your 20 ml. line. then get your vinegar and with your dropper measure to your 10 ml. line and grab your balloon and squirt it into the balloon and then with the dropper measure 5 ml. of dish soap and squirt it into the balloon along with the vinegar. the same way you put the balloon onto the opening of the graduated cylinder do that with balloon number two. then at the same time flip the balloon over on both graduated cylinders so that the liquids fall and mix in with the baking soda and watch what happens! balloon (cup ) number one balloon ( cup ) number two right away after starting our experiment, our balloons quickly filled up with gas that our materials were producing soon after enough gas filled the balloon up it suddenly popped because of all the pressure. five minutes after our balloon number one popped, balloon number two did to and it also made a mess along with the pop two! GROSSSS!!!!!!!! LOL! Estefania Arredondo

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