Avalanche in a Cup (Chemistry)

Avalanche in a Cup (Chemistry)
Avalanche in a Cup (Chemistry)
Avalanche in a Cup (Chemistry)
Avalanche in a Cup (Chemistry)
Avalanche in a Cup (Chemistry)
Avalanche in a Cup (Chemistry)
Avalanche in a Cup (Chemistry)
Avalanche in a Cup (Chemistry)
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Avalanche in a Cup by Bryce Hixson
Anionic polyacrylamide powder is placed in a cup. When water is added, the chemical binds with the air and creates a fluffy, white, powdery by-product that resembles freshly fallen snow. Teaches the difference between physical and chemical change, as well as the principle of conservation of mass, which states, "Matter cannot be created or destroyed; it is simply rearranged to take another form."
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6 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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