Acids and Bases Experiment: Can Humans Cause Acid Rain?

Acids and Bases Experiment: Can Humans Cause Acid Rain?
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Can humans cause acid rain without realizing it?

Have your students find out!!

This is an experiment to show how gases, such as CO2, can cause a liquid (phenol red) to become acidic. Students use a straw to blow into a phenol red solution and observe changes in color.

Can be used when teaching about pH, indicators,environmental science, and acid precipitation.

Great for units on:
Acids and Bases
Human-Environment Interaction
Environmental Science
Pollution

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