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.

In this simple science experiment, you will combine water, corn starch and Alka Seltzer to create a chemical reaction. You will observe how these ingredients interact with each other and how their molecules change.

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