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Intro to Chem Reactions, How to Make a Model Volcano - Engaging Science Reading

Intro to Chem Reactions, How to Make a Model Volcano - Engaging Science Reading
Intro to Chem Reactions, How to Make a Model Volcano - Engaging Science Reading
Intro to Chem Reactions, How to Make a Model Volcano - Engaging Science Reading
Intro to Chem Reactions, How to Make a Model Volcano - Engaging Science Reading
Intro to Chem Reactions, How to Make a Model Volcano - Engaging Science Reading
Intro to Chem Reactions, How to Make a Model Volcano - Engaging Science Reading
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Great for elementary and middle school as an intro to new material. This article looks at one of the most common chemical reactions that students may observe in a science lab. Students will read about the common and chemical names for baking soda and vinegar, as well as unstable carbonic acid as the first product and the final products of water, CO2 and salt.

Vocab words: baking soda, sodium bicarbonate, vinegar, acetic acid, carbonic acid, unstable

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