Science Experiment: States of Matter Chemical Reactions

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In chemistry, a chemical reaction happens when two or more molecules interact with each other and then change into something new.

Making elephant toothpaste is a science experiment many teachers conduct with their students. While doing this simple science experiment, you will combine five ingredients to create a "volcanic" chemical reaction and make your own elephant toothpaste!

The experiment itself is less than 30 minutes. Additional time will be needed to complete a science report.

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30 Minutes

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Science Experiment: States of Matter Chemical Reactions
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Science Experiment: States of Matter Chemical Reactions
Science Experiment: States of Matter Chemical Reactions