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Apr 29, 2013 - A collection of ideas, activities, and lessons for grades 5-8. baking soda to the soda bottle. This will allow you to measure the volume of air in the soda bottle. The volume of gas produced by the baking soda-vinegar reaction is equal to the volume of gas measured with the reaction minus the volume of gas measured without the reaction. 6. Repeat steps 3-10 with ½ tsp of baking soda. A proof why chemical equations always need to be balanced. For any chemical reaction always the mass of reagents before will be equal to their mass after. In...After all that was weighed the acetic acid and the baking soda were put together, but a balloon was used to put the baking soda in so the gas would be trapped in the balloon (the balloon weighed 3.012g, and w/ the baking soda it weighed 38.01g) and the measure of the reactants together was 175.0 g.

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Dec 06, 2010 · I'm struggling to see how the mass of those gas particles not in contact with anything (in transit from one end of the balloon to the other) could effect the reading of the balance. Thanks for your time...this idea was prompted by the conservation of mass experiment involving baking soda, a balloon, vinegar, a bottle, and a balance.

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The law of conservation of mass states that matter is neither created nor destroyed during a chemical reaction. Therefore, the mass of a system should remain constant during any chemical process. In this experiment, you will determine whether mass is conserved by examining a simple chemical reaction and comparing the mass of the system before ... Students combined baking soda and vinegar to demonstrate a chemical reaction. What indicates that a chemical reaction occurred? The law of conservation of mass In the experiment shown, a calcium chloride (CaCl2) solution is mized with a sodium sulfate (Na2SO4) solution to create products shown. Calculate the mass of the vinegar and baking soda before the lab. Place the plunger on the hook in the bottle and shake gently. Measure the mass of the bottle with the baking soda and vinegar after the reaction has occurred. F According to the law of conservation of mass, matter can be created or destroyed. Conservation of mass can only be applied during a physical change. A chemical change means that a new substance with new properties is formed. Changing color is a sign of a physical change. A rusting nail is an example of a chemical change.

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In this experiment, the chemical reaction between baking soda and vinegar releases CO2 gas, which we trap in the body of the rocket by placing a cork in the nozzle. An excessive amount of pressure is built up until the force is great enough to eject the cork, expelling the gases and remaining liquid downward.