Acids and Bases Experiment: Can Humans Cause Acid Rain?

Acids and Bases Experiment: Can Humans Cause Acid Rain?
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Acids and Bases Experiment: Can Humans Cause Acid Rain?
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.
*Phenol Red is an easy material to find to purchase. If you need it quickly, check Amazon!*

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

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

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