A hands-on inquiry activity where students measure the amount of carbon dioxide that is produced from the vinegar-baking soda reaction. The reaction is an excellent example to use when teaching about the reactants and products of chemical reactions. The activity is completely described and directions to measure the carbon dioxide are given. There are also document camera-ready images for this topic, simply print and use.
The materials, procedure and result table is provided for students; these can be a stand-alone assignment or incorporated into a student’s interactive lab notebook. A grading rubric for the activity is provided.
All physical science resources are aligned to NGSS
Other Resources for Chemical Reactions
Doubling the Reactants in a Chemical Reaction
Vinegar Baking Soda Game
Baking Powder or Baking Soda
Exothermic or Endothermic
Temperature and Chemical Reaction Rates
Three Vinegar Baking Soda Demonstrations
Combustion and the Fire Triangle
The Blue Pennies
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